I have been working from home since the middle of March.
We have a separate bedroom designated as office space and music space. During the day I occupy the room, as SMB doesn’t yet work.
It was very difficult to adjust in the beginning.
Motivation is vital for any individual who’s in the workforce. If an individual’s motivation is reduced, then they’ll likely show this weakness to other colleagues, and this can have a knock-on effect on the company.
Whether you’re running a large corporation or just a small office, it’s a must to have passionate and driven employees. Oftentimes, your office staff is filled with ideas and energy.
The single most effective step to better your personal finances is to increase your earning potential. Be it getting increment at current job, or getting a higher paying new job or doing something extra for your business to generate more profit.
No one likes feeling undervalued at work. If you don’t think that you are earning as much as you deserve, here are 7 things you can do to improve your earnings potential and make employers take notice.
Let me start with a disclaimer, I am not pretending that I am a guru of some sort who knows how to handle work pressure in any situation. I am writing this as I think this may help you if you are in a similar situation as I once was. It was becoming difficult for me to increase productivity, I wasn’t able to concentrate and wasn’t producing the results I wanted to produce. Then I made these small adjustments.
It’s not that I practice all of the days in and day out, but I follow most of them every day. In a way, this is similar to the other projects I mentioned before, how to be a better person in 15 ways and how to feel good and increase productivity.
After eight months of enduring the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has to wonder if anything will ever be the same. That would seem to be particularly true as it relates to the U.S. economy and job market.
As the nation’s unemployment rate rose to near 15% in April, American workers were forced to face certain realities. They were forced to recognize that most industries were going to be tightening up on hiring practices, which is exactly what has happened.
As summer comes to an end, even adults can find themselves feeling a frisson of back-to-school energy, suddenly wanting to buy a few new office supplies and get through the stack of papers on their desks. In 2020, however, those desires run up against the harsh reality that many office workers are still reporting to their jobs from a desk jammed into a dark corner of the house.
If your remote work experience is still feeling subpar, it’s time to harness the energy that comes with that crisp fall weather and commit to making the best of the situation.
You may wonder what you should do now that you have landed the job of your dreams. It could be your first job…or perhaps you got a new one. it is possible to excel in your work; there are people who have come before you and have done it.
Or forget being new at your current job, you may have been a slacker for a while, there’s no turning back, you can come back, and come back with a bang. There are comeback stories in every field, be it sports, music, acting.
Working remotely often means you have to be on your game when it comes to accountability. It is hard to manage your time and other essential tasks when you are working alone. You don’t have a team there with you to help organize the workflow and make sure that things are getting done on time and accurately.
That’s why apps and software are so important. It is like having the team that works for you to help you stay organized, efficient and accountable.
It’s not always easy staying focused at work. With so many distractions and an ever-increasing workload, it’s hardly surprising that most of us struggle with the 3 pm slump. There are numerous tips for people working in a traditional office setup, with people around but not much is written on how to enhance productivity while working from home.
In recent years, more businesses are embracing flexible approaches when it comes to working hours and where work is completed, allowing some employees to work from the comfort of their own home. While this may seem like a dream, it actually requires a significant amount of discipline, as there are so many distractions in the home.
I stumbled upon a Reddit post today, where the commenter stated that he’s just making $1.5 per hour more than a new hire. We often wonder if we Are making too little from our jobs. Most of us feel we should get more pay, and it’s normal.
In times when companies are running for more profit and more revenue the employees should also run for more pay. Problem is, often we don’t know if we are getting less salary. As a society, we are reluctant to discuss our earnings in front of others. The question that can change lives is left undiscussed. We feel embarrassed to disclose our salary.
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