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How the Job interview will Change after Quarantine

by Adam Smith, Posted at May 29, 2020, 5:34 am, Job

The quarantine has changed all spheres of our lives, and it will never be the same again. These changes also affected the process of employment. When looking for a job, you will not be able to avoid questions about the pandemic and your adaptation...

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What Specialists will be Needed in a Crisis?

by Luci Peters, Posted at May 28, 2020, 7:38 am, Job

After pandemic the experts envisage even greater automation of processes so that production does not have to stop when everyone is quarantined again. Who will be able to keep their job? But what skills do you need to have in order for employers to...

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7 ways to Increase Stress Resistance

by Kris GT, Posted at May 27, 2020, 7:11 am, Work Experience

Pandemic, quarantine, and the global economic crisis have put many people in a state of stress that has affected quality of work, creativity, or critical thinking. Employees lost important soft skills and became less productive. So, it is clear...

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10 Easy steps How to start a Freelancer's Career

by Adam Smith, Posted at May 25, 2020, 6:41 am, Work Experience

Today, freelancing is a trend, perhaps even a future. Freelance is a dream of when the boss is annoying, or the salary is withheld, or any other reason why your work can really become hard. Yes, freelancing is very tempting, maybe even romantic....

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How to Protect your Career from Mobbing?

by Kris GT, Posted at May 21, 2020, 6:42 am, Job

In recent time new discrimination against human rights in labor relations appear. It calls mobbing. This is how the general term describes several types of psychological pressure on an employee in a team. Let us tell you how to protect yourself from...

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How to Make Returning to the Office Comfortable?

by Adam Smith, Posted at May 19, 2020, 6:51 am, Job

Authorities are gradually implementing quarantine easing steps, and employers are returning their employees to office jobs. If you have just got used to remote work, you will have to be upset. It will now also be difficult to adapt to the office...

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Best Shedule Plan for Remote Work

by Kris GT, Posted at May 15, 2020, 6:24 am, Work Experience

The quarantine period forced many employees to discover remote work. For people who have never worked on freelance or at home it become a real challenge. They felt that working at home is not a vacation, but many tasks require much more time than in...

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Types of Employees that Annoy Employers

by Adam Smith, Posted at May 14, 2020, 6:31 am, Job

Employers are more interested than anyone in developing the company and increasing its profits. Therefore, they want to see professionals, who are passionate about their work and aim to achieve a better result in everything. However, there is a...

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Conflict: a Step towards a Productive Work?

by Luci Peters, Posted at May 12, 2020, 6:02 am, Job

Sooner or later, conflicts arise in any team. Yes, we are all humans, with our personal views on the work process, the tasks, the attitude to colleagues.  And when our vision of professional activity does not coincide in some respects with...

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How to deal with Quarantine Procrastination?

by Adam Smith, Posted at May 11, 2020, 8:00 am, Job

The month of quarantine is coming to an end, everyone was procrastinating as best they could. Remote work has exhausted even its biggest supporters, and thoughts of the impending economic crisis and the prospect of prolonged quarantine have...

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