Which seven innocuous items in your office could lead to a data breach or identity theft?
The average worker receives 1728 pointless emails in a typical year. Emails detailing trivial information such as ‘organising a fundraiser’, ‘please sponsor me’ and the reams of polite ‘happy birthday’ emails topped the list of irritating topics.
In just 59 seconds, this tip will make even the most important meeting faster, while also determining the best outcome.
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While George Orwell wrote of a terrible dystopia expected in 1984, we fell very short of expectations, particularly in terms of office technology that today's PA takes for granted.
It’s almost too hideous to watch. Aside from the terrible furnishings, fashion and stilted presentation, the manner in which email originally had to be sent in the mid-1980s certainly did not represent competition to the post office or the fax machine.
Love it or loathe it, there are fundamental rules to follow, ensuring your PowerPoint presentations remains memorable.
…make sure you read this. Here’s a few red flags that indicate a toxic place to work.
Let’s take a look at the expected qualities of a PA or EA in another part of the world.
If you find it hard to concentrate in an open plan office, or think you can work despite the office renovation upstairs (jackhammer and all), try this quick online game that measures your ability to focus against other worldwide results.