Showing posts from November, 2018

Tips for introducing organizational change

Change in any given situation can be hard, but it is one of the things in life that is a given. Introducing new tasks, features or processes in the workplace are often huge challenges many managers face because we're talking about numerous individuals who are involved.

7 good reasons why people leave their jobs

Leaving a job is often a difficult choice to make but sometimes there comes a time in life where people, for various reasons, ultimately decide to quit their jobs. Typically, when the choice is made to resign, a common reason is the person needs to make some sort of change. Quitting a job is the first step in that direction.

Controlling distractions when working from home

Working from home can pose unexpected challenges. Unlike the office environment where space is totally dedicated to working, a work from home space has many non-work related distractions that can cause unexpected disruptions throughout the workday. Controlling these interruptions is not always an easy task, but it is possible to eliminate, or at least minimize, them by taking a few proactive steps.

How to write an interview thank you letter

Many people mistakenly think once the interview is over the application process is done. But there is still one more important step: the thank you letter. Not sending a thank you letter to the person(s) who interviewed you is considered by many hiring managers as a good way to eliminate yourself from the applicant pool.