From the statistics, it’s clear that employees in 2020 will start prioritizing employee training and development even more. Plus, it’s also evident that employee training is an investment that is reaping companies significant benefits.
I have been a working mom for the last 5 years and one thing that I have realized is, without a few hacks being followed, it’s quite difficult for me to balance my personal as well as professional life. This is because it was very challenging for me to raise a baby keeping the same work efficiency. Sometimes I feel like a superwoman while at the other times a helpless one. But one thing that I have learned is, there are a few tricks or hacks that helped me keep going and my kiddos happy.
Reading productivity books might be a great way to procrastinate, but if you find the best time management books, reading them will not be a waste of time. In other words, you will learn how to avoid procrastination. Here are the seven best-selling books on productivity and time management.
COVID-19. No one anticipated all of the ways that it would change our lifestyles, and, more importantly, our work life. With non-essential services closed down, many more of us are working from home.
We throw around the word “productivity” a lot. Being more productive seems to be a New Year’s resolution for at least half the population! Did you know that your environment, work conditions, and even your working culture can all impact productivity negatively or positively? There are so many factors that play into what makes you productive or unproductive in a day, but when you average it out you’ll find a few surprising things that play a consistent part.
Remote teams working together in harmony achieve great goals. At some point, in order to assess how the team’s doing, team leaders and managers have to evaluate their performance against the team goals. How is it possible to evaluate a team without any in-person interaction? Managing a remote team is hard, and so is evaluating the work.
This might sound illogical at first, but businesses and universities operate similarly. They are no longer the anachronistic scholar guilds. In fact, they have turned into full-fledged organizations with excellent top-down management, a dedicated Human Resource and marketing department along with foreign programs and program extensions.
At PomoDone App, we always strive to make our users’ lives easier and our product better. And in most cases, our users are the main catalysts of our growth and development. And we are very grateful for that!
Starting a new business always seems like an impossible task, especially when you are just a fresh graduate and lack the experience as well as the expertise needed to start and run a successful new business. Let's take a look at some key points to be considered to help you increase your chances of success.
Needless to say that words have long been proven to be the most powerful means of persuasion. Whether you’re trying to convince your partner to go watch a movie with you, or aiming at selling a product worth several grand.
You will be surprised to know that cannabis can actually boost your productivity, but not in a way you might think. Repetitive tasks and chores that stimulate the senses are all opportunities to enhance your experience with cannabis. But the real question remains, “How high do I need to be for this?”
It only takes a few minutes to change up the working environment, yet many of the workers and employers stay stuck in a congested, dull or unclean environment. A workplace that is not clean leads to toxic behavior and can hinder productivity by a huge margin.
Coming up with an idea for creating your own startup is definitely not an easy task but it is also not an impossible one. Your startup business project will help you bring your idea to life and watch it grow so before you get started, you will need to be certain that the idea you have chosen is the right one.
Running a business is no small feat. It takes a lot of time, energy, and resources. And one of the most intense departments in any business is the marketing department. If you’re in charge of a marketing department, you’ve probably felt overwhelmed by the various tasks and duties effective marketing entails.
Just like generally two minds can think alike but not the same, every employee is not the same either. Putting two employees together might generate better skills and results because they might even be like-minded. But no two employees are the same. Everybody has their own work ethic and temperament.
Productivity is a valued virtue in every industry. No one would want to pay an employee who is not competent in their job. And while it is reasonable to have an occasional bad day. The trick is to learn when to snap out of it.
Adjusting to life in college can be challenging. If you want to maintain good grades and enjoy your time on campus, read these tips to increase productivity.
Things get difficult, and we recover. Then, they get really difficult, and we recover again. But then there comes a time when, despite trying and giving the best we can, we crumble. Whether it's because we didn't give ourselves enough time to heal from previous trauma or because we, day to day, can't catch a break under constant and continual external stressors, the result is the same – we feel hopeless, demotivated, and miserable.
Money might make the business world go ‘round, but that doesn’t mean that money is all your employees care about. While it is imperative that you as a business leader provide your millennial employees with a competitive salary (this is a spectrum rather than a set amount, and you want your paychecks to be on the higher side) to incentivize them to join your company, it’s important to know that millennials hold other non-material incentives in far greater regard.
Social media is used by millions of people worldwide, and because of that, it’s become one of the most important marketing channels for businesses. But it’s a fact that social media marketing takes time and energy, often so much time and energy that other work tasks get pushed aside or forgotten.