How to Tell Which Topics Are Inappropriate at Your Job

July 14, 2021 by Nudiustertian

Because we all come from different backgrounds and upbringings, it's sometimes hard to tell what's appropriate and inappropriate in the workplace. To make matters worse, we sometimes find that our workplace culture seems highly inappropriate. Don't feel bad if you struggle with knowing what's acceptable or unacceptable in the workplace. These are three things that will help you to stay in the right lane: Continue

3 Qualities You Need to Succeed as an Independent Contractor

June 15, 2021 by Nudiustertian

You might be considering working as an independent contractor for a variety of reasons. Things like freedom and greater income potential may come to mind. However, you will need to have certain characteristics if you want to succeed as an independent contractor. These are some of the main characteristics that will be important for your success: Continue

Three Causes for Immediate Termination

May 17, 2021 by Nudiustertian

Every business has an outline of employee offenses for which it will take disciplinary action. Some of those offenses are severe enough to cause the employer to terminate an employee on the spot. These are three examples of offenses that may warrant an immediate termination: Continue

3 Ways To Become a Better Listener Right Now

April 19, 2021 by Nudiustertian

Although most of us are quick to list out the skill sets that we think will make us marketable, not many people include being a good listener on that list. The truth is, though, being a good listener is crucial to your long-term success in any field of work and life. Keep reading to learn 3 quick ways you can become a better listener today. Continue

How to Develop Thicker Skin for Work

March 15, 2021 by Nudiustertian

Thick skin is something you'll need to survive in today's diverse workforce. You must be able to handle working with various abrasive personalities without allowing it to affect your mental health. The following are tips for teaching yourself to be tougher at work: Continue