More than 2 million Americans quit their job voluntarily. Average American jumps a position at least 12 times in his career. That means an ordinary person resigns a post twelve times. I quite many jobs and got fired since graduating from university. Apart from getting fired from work, I left my job for different reasons and different ways. It took me a long way to quit Job elegantly. I informed of my resignation via text message, After hours email, after getting a vacation ap
"If you ever catch a great boss, it's just such a rare thing, and it's amazing." -James L. Brooks Who likes the boss?
Although they are the best one, We just hate them. The boss and employee sit in a cross chair at some point in the employment. Some good bosses and mentors treat employees as the human being and listen.
A good boss removes roadblocks for employees and stays transparent. So the right experiences and quality of a boss creates a cozy environment and want any em
Who would like to work? That is true, we are not intrinsically motivated to work, but we are positively inclined to follow a passion. The stimulation to follow passion does not come from money we get paid, but it arises from the joy. Frequently we follow our passion while rejecting cash and other incentives. Money is necessary motivation to work so as backbreaking, but often lots of people show up to work even if it is not paid. There are a lot of people enjoy volunteering. D
We are family of four. Recently, we welcomed a new addition to our family. When my daughter was born six years back, we wanted to provide her all the comforts she could get in the entire world. With a single bedroom apartment, a newborn and baby stuff occupied more than half of the living space. Within 20 steps walking distance, we had a baby monitor just to keep an eye on every breath she took. Essentially, my wife and I turned ourselves into helicopter parents. Shortly afte