by Kirby Casey
In today's world, it's hard to get a job, but it's even harder not to lose it. If you want to keep your job, you will need to work on your personal qualities, love what you do, and respect your boss, co-workers, and customers. If you are willing to always do a great job and strive to grow, you won't have to worry about losing your job.
by Donna Meyers
Proper training of new employees is an important aspect of any industry. Lack of proper training can lead to job dissatisfaction, low productivity, and turnover. All the nuances of training, from basic office introductions to detailed explanations for training manuals, require a sensitive approach and attention to detail. Above all, you must provide well-organized information, choose the right pace for the individual, and have patience to get the employee up to speed.
by Byron Murphy
Did you spend the night at the club, at the cradle of your newborn, or finishing an urgent project and not getting any sleep? And now you're at work, your eyes are sleepy, and you're literally off your feet? Promise yourself to get a good night's sleep, just to sit up until the end of the day and, God forbid, just so your boss doesn't catch you sweetly slumbering right in the workplace. From this article you will learn what to do in such a situation and how not to fall asleep at work.
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