1 in 5 Human Resource managers admit women at their companies earn less than men for the same work. But there are some aspects where both genders have parity.
It might have been an innocuous comment in a meeting that opened a can or worms, or a quiet observation that someone found offensive. Eitherway, an HR counselling session ensues. Here are the top 5 one-sentence career killers (and what you can do to save your job).
We could learn from this (although it might spoil lunch for the boss). The daily lunchbreak in the French workforce is often spent in the company’s own cafeteria, but one thing has changed from 20 years ago.
A recent survey says more than half of us think technology makes us less connected to colleagues in the real world.
It might be easy to sign-off a series of text messages with a simple smiley-face or thumbs-up, but there’s no guarantee that’s what the recipient sees.
You probably use one almost everyday, but this single item from your stationery cupboard will surprise you with its versatility.
There are those colleagues who are always at the gym, always bouncing into the office after pre-work yoga, and always having yogurt at lunchtime. And then there are the rest of us…
Apparently good office culture stems from good access to the stationery cupboard, according to a study by (you guessed it…) a stationery supplier.
A messy desk can make documents and important notes hard to find in a hurry. But a sterile and over-organised desk can lead to time-wasting by trying to over optimise the environment when other work should done.