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It is said that January is named after Janus, the Roman of new beginnings and transitions, hence his depiction of having two faces – one looking forward, one looking back. The past year was indeed another challenging set of months, to say the least, for us in the workplace. Adjustments and transitions from work and...
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Let’s face it, we have become rusty when it comes to engaging with our colleagues during the pandemic. The occasional lockdowns and remote work arrangements have allowed us – and at times forced us – to stay in our own cocoons without having to spread our “social butterfly wings” and connect with people the way...
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“We’ve been in lockdown for so long I’m not sure if I still know how to talk to other people”, says one of my friends when we caught up with her a week ago when restaurants started to reopen to the public. As the outside world starts to reopen to society during the post-lockdown era,...
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Collaborative Article with Bihasa PH We consume video-based information multiple times every day, for entertainment, for education, and many other purposes. It’s no wonder that video-based learning has quickly become a must-have for any training program, especially with the ever-increasing value placed on mobility. Nowadays you need to consider different factors such as internet connectivity...
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It is undeniable that the recent pandemic has significantly affected the way we do our daily work routines let alone our lifestyles. As some businesses are slowly starting to ask their workforce to report to the office, one big challenge is being faced by employees – getting fired up in the morning! Remote work really...
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As we continue to navigate towards work productivity through this pandemic, it is no secret that mental and emotional health have been taking their toll on most employees. We wrote in previous articles how companies have started to tectonically emphasize the importance of emotional quotient (EQ) over intelligence quotient (IQ) among their employees.  More often...
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Conventional dictates that the happier employees are, the more successful business will be. According to a research done by Harvard Business Review, the cost of disengagement in an organization is much higher than the cost of having engagement programs. Based on the study, disengaged employees reported 37% more absenteeism, 49% more accidents, 6% lower profitability...
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During the height of the so-called “start-up” boom back in the early to mid 2010’s, a lot of companies heavily invested in perks that were thought to attract and retain talent, particularly from the millennial demographic. I myself witnessed such pouring in of these perks when I had the opportunity to work for a tech...
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Performance appraisal is said to be one of the most difficult tasks for managers, next to firing an employee. Most organizations’ performance review systems are poorly designed and implemented that they actually cause more harm than good, causing stress and anxiety for both the manager and the employee.  Mentorship and skill development are at the...
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It is such an understatement to say that 2020 was an eventful year. Never in a hundred years that businesses thought of preparing for something that they have gone through during the course of this recent pandemic. As a result, a significant number of companies were caught off guard as they tried to grapple with...
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