When a new year starts, companies usually announce their promotions. If you’ve missed out on this and you’re feeling the bitterness of underrecognition, you need to speak up. Gone are the days when companies gave out blanket raises. Your initiative and negotiations are the road leading to a promotion and thus a bigger paycheck. What’s the roadmap?
It’s a big deal when a teammate leaves your company. Either you can’t stand them, and so you break out in a burst of joy and shamelessly steal their ergonomic chair while they’ll still in their notice period. Or it’s someone who’s grown on you, and that’s not as fun. And the absolute worst variant is when it’s your friend. Because in that case their departure is a pure, unbridled BETRAYAL. And for that, they’ll pay!
An average human spends about 24 % of his life working, most typically at the office. But 85 % of the global workforce are not engaged at work. Could a proper workspace design change this constellation?
In the last decade we talked about offices should be more open to fuel the collaboration. But what about privacy or quietness to focus on your task? Mayank Agrawal, CEO & Founder at Zenspace.io from Silicon Valleyy, offers a solution not only for office buildings but also for public events and spaces.
Dan Gamrot is a leading Czech expert on personal productivity. He advises corporations and individuals, gives presentations and writes about how to work less but better. His zen serenity is inspiring and in his presence you quite naturally decide to stop working on five different projects at the same time and working at night. After all, your health is more important.
Offices are changing due to technologies and pressure from the younger generation, psychologist Dalibor Špok has informed us in this interview for #MORETHANOFFICE. Work environments are Špok’s area of specialization. He helps companies and individuals create or find the optimum environment for satisfied, successful work.