In his book, the American journalist Charles Duhigg comprehensively explores the topic of habits. His book is good for this diverse approach-habits are considered not only from the point of view of individual psychology.
The author introduces readers to the results of scientific experiments, tells about ways to overcome bad habits and the impact of habits on people’s lives, the work of companies and the emergence of social movements, as well as shares his personal experience.
The book is characterized by a popular style of investigative journalism — the author reveals the theme of his work with the help of “storytelling” – through interesting examples and stories. Continue reading
By the nature of my work, I have to hold several intense meetings with various people during the day. This is a new experience, and already trusted partners. The practice of meetings shows that when you come to a regular meeting, you need to be cheerful, ready to perceive and process a huge flow of information. The outcome of negotiations often depends on what mood you come to the meeting in. But if you have more than enough energy in the morning, then with each new meeting there are fewer and fewer of them… Communication becomes less intense, and at the end of the working day, you only think about how to return home and enjoy the peace.
For myself, I have worked out several ways to improve performance during the working day. I exclude drugs, tranquilizers, alcohol, coffee, and energy. Otherwise, your health will not last long. Continue reading
This article will remind employers that no the economic situation does not negate the effect of the Labour code. And since employees know their rights even worse than employers, our article is useful for them.
Below we will list the most egregious violations and mistakes of employers that infringe on the rights of employees, as well as give examples of serious consequences that they are fraught with.
Irregularities in hiring and firing
The biggest mistake employers make is hiring an employee without an employment contract. Continue reading