Facing the world as a new graduate can be an extremely frustrating time. Recent figures show there has been a drastic decline in possible job opportunities for new graduates, and the resources obtained from college career services are limited. … [Read more...] about 7 Job Hunting Tips for College Grads
When it comes to healthcare, the existence of routines is essential for the hospital, doctors, staff, and patients to function together as a well-oiled efficient mechanism. However, there are some doctors’ routines, which are less efficient and less healthy for their patients. Consider this following example: the good routine is a surgeon’s rounds to see his post-op patients. A bad routine is diagnosing a patient on the spot, based solely on one symptom and not on the broad spectrum of symptoms, the patient may present. … [Read more...] about Routines in Healthcare: Yes, they exist, and yes you can get over them!
Writing can be your hobby or your job, or both. Here you can find writing tips and tricks and useful information on how to become a good writer. … [Read more...] about How to Become A Good Writer: Useful Writing Tips and Tricks
It's true – I’ve pretty much always been on the "glass-is-half-empty" team. But I vowed this year to work on taking on a more optimistic perspective. I’ll let you know how that goes. Talk to me when we get through this winter first; no positive thoughts are going to be associated with this mess. … [Read more...] about Ditch Negativity
Works sucks. Work sucks more on a Monday. Works sucks a ridiculous amount more after a vacation. But do you know when work sucks the most? It's after a senseless and incomprehensible tragedy. Trump. Mother Nature. Lone Wolf, asshole. Whatever. There's nothing like a shitstorm to cast a fleeting light on your own mortality. And of course the life and death of those you love. … [Read more...] about How to Focus on Work After a Tragedy
Career is of paramount importance for anyone who aims to live a luxurious and successful life. When a graduate exits from college and enters the corporate world, he is full of new ideas and enthusiasm to change the business scenario and carve a niche. But soon everything changes, once the passionate and optimistic guy turns hostile and lacks the motivation to even go to the office every day. Ever wondered why? He gets a taste of reality and understands that he just another employee who has to deal with demanding bosses, employees with a different mindset and amidst all the chaos he has to meet the targets. … [Read more...] about How Can Inner Restructuring Transform Your Career and Life?
Being independent is the boldest step that every student takes after a certain point of time. They desire to be financially and socially independent and do things what they want to. In this scenario, freelancing is an interesting mode of work which can be done by any student from anywhere in the world. … [Read more...] about Student Job Hunting for New Freelance Writing Gigs
This essay is about getting work after college. In general, the theory is straightforward enough; you graduate from college, you begin applying for work, you get a call or an email from a prospective employer, you go to an interview and you get it or not. … [Read more...] about General Guidelines About Getting a Job After College
If you are scouring the web looking for the best way on how to let an employee go, we have some cold hard truth for you: firing someone sucks. It sucks for you, and it's likely even worse for them. However, if it's your first time bringing down the ax, we've put together some pointers that will hopefully ease the pain of firing someone. 12 Tips on How to Let an Employee Go Try to do it early. Many organizations will fire people at the end of the day to get them off the property with as little hubbub possible. But when you are the person who has to do the firing, that means an entire day of obsessing over the dreaded task. Nothing fuels an anxiety fire like anticipation, so do what you can to get the deed done early in the day. Don't throw up or pass out. I know it sounds silly, but you can't underestimate how difficult it is making a decision for somebody that can impact their entire life. Of course, you need to remind yourself that they most likely made the decision for … [Read more...] about How to Let an Employee Go Like a Human: 12 Tips for Firing Someone
Ultimately, any business is a people business. While products or services are the end products of a business, it’s only what the products or services do for people that really matter. People don’t buy a 3-hole paper punch because they want more stationery, they buy it because they want enough holes to neatly bind their paperwork into a folder. And they don’t buy a computer because they want a plastic box on their desk, but because they want the ability to surf the net, or create a budget on a spreadsheet, or connect with friends on Facebook. … [Read more...] about How To Create A Friendlier, More Profitable Business