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!
This is a special edition designed for all pencil pushers or white-collar workers. Don't expect chocolate pieces. We've combined a mix of activities and recommendations, how to turn your workspace into a festive place and how not to go mad during the Advent time.
M&Ms, mobile phone, glasses and also a lathe machine or a 1-meter plant. The employees of different firms would save all this (besides their life, of course) if their office were on fire. Here are nine answers in the poll from #MORETHANOFFICE.
“Where do you come up with your best ideas?” We gave this question to nine employees from different companies. And the result? There is no universal creativity hub. Some get inspired on the way from lunch, some in the meeting room and some in the office “jungle.”
The good news is that office people are a class of their own. The bad news is that we are talking about a school class. When in school, you cannot wait to be part of the free world only to find out that an office environment is in fact just like school. See for yourself: