What you will not see on the desktops of colleagues! In addition to the obligatory computer and phone, a flower in a pot, photos of family members, a dirty mug… only a slob could Leave it. Or a very far-sighted person.
The habit of rinsing the mug with water once a week, or even less often, is not as bad as people think. Moreover, in an office environment, it is even useful, says infectious disease specialist, Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor medical College, Jeffrey Starke.
However, fans of dirty mugs, according to Starke, should remember and follow two rules. Continue reading
The crisis has changed not only the structure of the labor market, but also the requirements for employees and job seekers.
Now employers do not rely so much on promising employees, leaders, and ambitious people-although it was on the encouragement of such people that the previous motivation systems were built-as on silent performers, people who are thorough, quick, and do not grab stars from the sky, but are cheap, undemanding, and reliable in solving simple tasks.
The market needs simple performers. However, now there are companies that rely on talented smart people.
Who is not needed Continue reading