Mon.Feb 01, 2021

Choosing A Compatible Career Path In 5 Steps

Dumb Little Man

Choosing a career path is rarely easy, especially for the youngsters living in the era of growing automation. There are so many factors to consider and challenges to deal with that young specialists might get dizzy.

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4 Ways to Make Sure Your Career Thrives While Working from Home

On The Job

Working for home has become the norm for many workers since the pandemic began, but would you like to continue to do so once it's safe to return to the office? For some employees, the question is moot since their companies will require them to return to the office.

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How To Overcome Gaps In Diversity In Business

Dumb Little Man

After decades of lean supply chains dominating business, 2020 has been the year of supply chain disruption. In February, 70% of US businesses were assessing their supplies, trying to figure out which items were in lockdown.

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The Case For Personal Rituals

Brilliantly Better

Until two weeks ago, my days were almost always starting like this: first, a short stretching session (I call it yoga, but it’s really just stretching), then 15 minutes of guitar practice, and then a short stroll to my coworking office, where I would also have my desayuno (double espresso and a custom-made tostada). After. Read more.

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Here Are A Few Common Recruiting Terms Recruiters Must Know By Heart

Recruit CRM

These are the times when recruiting is practised through various staffing agencies and even taught as professional or full-fledged courses in universities globally.

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When the world is burning, is art a waste of time? | R. Alan Brooks

TED Talks

Is art worth it? Hell yeah," says graphic novelist R. Alan Brooks -- art has the power to scare dictators, inspire multitudes and change hearts and minds across the world.

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Shining a Light on Black Assistants: It’s Not Black & White

Bonnie Low-Krayman

A Black History Month Collaboration by Bonnie Low-Kramen and Aaisha Joseph | February 1, 2021. Thanks to Contributors Spencer Casseus, Melba J.

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