What Motivates Us To Work?

What makes people more productive and happier at work?Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn't just money. But it's not exactly joy either. It seems that most of us thrive by making constant progress and feeling a sense of purpose. Behavioral economist +Dan Ariely presents two eye-opening experiments that reveal our unexpected and nuanced attitudes toward meaning... Continue Reading →

Mistakes managers make during job interviews

1. You talk too muchWhen giving company background, watch out for the tendency to prattle on about your own job, personal feelings about the company, or life story. At the end of the conversation, you'll be aflutter with self-satisfaction, and you'll see the candidate in a rosy light -- but you still won't know anything... Continue Reading →

Phone Interview Tips

Phone interviews can be tough. With the lack of visual communication, you must be able to rely on auditory feedback and be disciplined enough to keep focus. Preparation There are two main types of phone interviews - expected and unexpected. In order to be prepared for the unexpected phone call, make sure you have access... Continue Reading →

Five Factors That Affect Employee’s Productivity

1. Attitude Is Everything Happy employees are productive employees. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist or a consulting firm to figure that one out. Negative attitudes can torpedo employee productivity much faster than nonstop basketball being streamed over the Web. “An employee with a positive attitude usually enjoys the work that they do and... Continue Reading →

Why people quit their jobs

There are many reasons why good employees quit, most are preventable. Here is a list of “Top Ten” reasons why people leave jobs:1. Management demands that one person do the jobs of two or more people, resulting in longer days and weekend work.2. Management cuts back on administrative help, forcing professional workers to use their... Continue Reading →

Major League Rules for Work.

While baseball & work may seem totally unrelated, there are actually many aspects of the sport that you can apply on the job. Think about it... whether being a player at work or on the field, both require a great deal of hard work & ample dedication; both rely on teams that work well together;... Continue Reading →

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