You already know that you are supposed to take breaks. The studies have spoken: taking breaks improves productivity. This comes as great news for most of us who doesn’t want to be encouraged to take breaks? – but putting the science into practice requires putting in some thought.
Choosing to rest rather than keep on working can sometimes lead to feelings of guilt and unease. After all, how do you really know the difference between when you are really resting and when you are just being lazy?
During the work day, taking breaks is manageable because you probably aren’t going to take long, extended breaks on someone else’s watch. Approxi
My efforts to find a new career later in life led me to the career that I have now — one that I not only enjoy, but that makes a difference in the world. In the previous article of this series, I recounted some of the steps that worked for me in performing a personal inventory so that I would have a better idea of the direction I needed to go for the next stage of my career. In this article, I have already made some key decisions concerning direction after doing some self-evaluation. Now, it’s time to build my personal brand that I will use to launch myself in the direction that I have chosen.
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ManpowerGroup Solutions Advises Companies When to Build or Buy Talent to Create a Competitive Workforce in Latest White Paper
MILWAUKEE - ManpowerGroup , the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, announced today that it has been recognized as a Leader for the third consecutive year in the Everest Group PEAK Matrix published in the April 2013 report “Recruitment Process Outsourcing – Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix Assessment.” As the three-time Leader in the PEAK Matrix, ManpowerGroup is unequivocally the top global RPO solutions provider.
The Everest Group PEAK Matrix rated 25 of the industry’s leading service providers through its comprehensive evaluation framework. Based on
Years ago sales professionals started their careers at companies that required them to pound the pavement and knock on doors. Those who had the fortitude and competitive entrepreneurial attitude worked hard to convince corporations to give them a chance to prove their worth. Many failed and decided that sales was not the right career for them. The few that survived found great success and continued to accelerate their career to climb above the tree line. These top performers had the work ethic, tenacity, and resiliency to survive and are now the present vice presidents of sales at many well known and rapidly growing companies.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), employees who use power tools on a regular basis are at risk of suffering permanent damage to their physical wellbeing. The HSE (2011) also said that an important health and safety issue facing many construction and other heavy-industry workers is the risk of vibration injury from handheld tools that leads to a condition called hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS). Chetter, Kent and Kester (1998) describe HAVS as “a complex disorder of the upper limbs found in people whose work involves the use of vibrating tools. The condition is characterised by the presence of vascular, neurological and musculoskeletal disturbances, but any of these three components may predominate”.
Finding new clients can be stressful and quite frankly, it is a lot of work.
Its easy to understand the attraction of freelancing through an intermediary. An intermediary (also known as a go-between or middleman) is someone who matches freelancers with freelancing projects.
Freelancing through intermediaries is extremely popular and many freelancers get their start by working with a go-between.
In this post, well explore the pros and cons of working through an intermediary.
Every time I hear of the experiences of people commuting to their offices daily, gratitude fills me – gratitude for the opportunity to make a living doing what I love without having to go out of the house. W