Photo by Purple Smith on Pexels.com BODY Your body is your temple. What you give it, it will become. Daily exercise should be added to your daily routine in the form of walking, stretching, yoga, or even more rigorous activity like running, biking, lifting weights or rowing. Photo by Elly Fairytale on Pexels.com MIND Your … Continue reading 8 Elements of Human Zen
Human Resources, also abbreviated as HR in the new world, is a pivotal, crucial part of any company that is frequently undermined or understated and overlooked. Each HR Manager can either make or break your company's progress with their character, values, and understanding of what needs to be achieved and how it works. HR Managers … Continue reading How New Hires Can Make or Break Your Company
Turns out, yes. It is real. And it's a silent epidemic. And sadly it exists in many daily lives of all workers worldwide, where many victims are threatened and silenced. Bigger global companies are responsible for abiding by the laws in each respective country. Unfortunately internal legal and management, accustomed to defending the company at … Continue reading Is Sexism in Corporate Still a Thing?
1. Don't let others bully you Vet your emotions after each interaction with others. Do you trust them? Do they have your best self in mind? If not, they need to be cancelled. 2. Set boundaries (and keep them) You are only one person, and cannot help anyone if you do not take care of … Continue reading 5 Ways to Respect Yourself
Article by Business Dictionary, http://www.businessdictionary.com/article/1086/communism-vs-democracy-d1412/. Communism vs. Democracy 166168By: Jeffrey GlenCommunism and Democracy are two political ideologies or philosophies that dictate how political systems should be managed. Both systems are considered to be 'left-wing' on the political spectrum and more liberal in nature than some other political ideological alternatives (i.e. fascist or conservative ideologies). This article … Continue reading Communism vs Democracy by Business Dictionary
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. It is illegal for your place of work to make decisions about job assignments and title upgrades based on an employee's race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), national origin, age, disability or genetic information. Unfair treatment can include … Continue reading Identifying Illegal Employment Practices at Work