Tag: Work

The Job Interview


By Saad Zafar The other day, I went for a job interview. I arrived early so was told to wait. So I’m sitting there waiting. Just looking around, observing the people coming and going. There were a couple of other people waiting as well….

Working Through Work


By Saad Zafar It is quite an uncomfortable realization to learn that a significant number of one’s ex-colleagues thought of one as “difficult to work with” and “not a team player.” It hurts. It hurts a great deal especially when one has worked with…

Call for Nominations for The Robert Johnston WorkInCulture Award


September 17, 2012 WorkInCulture is pleased and excited to announce a call for nominations for The Robert Johnston WorkInCulture Award. This award will be presented to an individual who has demonstrated a tenacious commitment to furthering human resources development in the cultural sector in Ontario. Either…

Desk management – 5 steps on how to organize your desk (Originally Published on GetConnected.com)


By Clare Kumar We’ve covered the theory behind getting organized, but what about the practical side? How do you go from a cluttered to calm desk space? The following 5 steps show you how: 1. Commit Set aside 30 minutes to tackle the re-organization…

Overworked


By Chris Temelkos If you’re putting extra hours in at work to impress your boss, you may want to think twice. A study published in the European Heart Journal found that employees who regularly put in 11-12 hour days increase their risk of a…

Overcoming Fear and Paralysis That Can Derail Promising Careers


By Harvey Deutschendorf At the end of the unit meeting, Jeremy once again felt very frustrated. Janice and Alan had once again taken up the majority of the time, talking about things which he felt were trivial and inconsequential. It seemed to him that…

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