Category: Recommendation

The Benefits Of A Positive Work Environment

By Julia Cavalheiro

How many hours do you spend at your office? How does the environment where you work affects your productivity and state of mind? Many researchers have found that the atmosphere of a workspace often influences the mindset of employees and their work results. Therefore people who work in a positive work environment can feel more motivated and produce more high-quality work. If you want to learn more about the benefits of a positive work environment keep reading this article. 

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How To Best Deal With Post-Pandemic Office?

By Julia Cavalheiro

After the covid-19 pandemic made every person do home-office, the perception of office work changed a lot. With “normal work life” coming back it is complicated to strike the right balance between presence in the work environment and the work-from-home flexibility. With that in mind, we want to help you understand some things that can be considered when trying to navigate the post-pandemic type of office.

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Content Creation: How To Create Content Online?

By Julia Cavalheiro

Nowadays big and small companies are realizing the power of marketing and content creation online. Nevertheless, being able to use these tools to boost your company can be tricky, especially for new businesses. With that in mind, we want to share with you some tips on how to start creating good content online and increasing your presence on social media.

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Imposter Syndrome In The Workplace: 5 Easy Tips To Own Your Abilities

by Mila Kalajdzieva
Recently, more and more people have been coming down with imposter syndrome. If you don’t know what that is, congrats! It means you’ve successfully avoided feeling like a fraud in your work environment. However, some of us haven’t been so lucky. That’s why we’re bringing you five easy tips that can help you own your success and abilities and feel at home with your job once again. Keep reading to find out how you can overcome this painful feeling.

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What To Expect From Your First Internship

by Mila Kalajdzieva
Are you about to start your first internship? Do you know what you’ll have to do there? If not, don’t worry because we’re here to clear up any misconceptions and set the record straight. Even though the types of tasks vary exponentially from industry to industry, the gist of internships is the same everywhere. Check out our list of things you’re most likely to encounter during your first internship.

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Understanding Procrastination as a Key to Overcome It

by Polina Kuchkina

Many people think that procrastination is due to laziness or poor time management. However, this is not the case.

The general definition of procrastination is the constant postponing of things. Procrastination refers to subconscious fear, insecurity, or other negative emotion associated with a task and overcoming those emotions. Procrastinating slows down the process of your work.


In general, constant procrastination is due to an internal conflict of motivations. People unconsciously want and like to receive immediate joy and pleasure as a form of “immediate reward”. This desire for instant joy distracts them from work. Since the task is associated with negative emotions, the “immediate reward” of watching a movie or scrolling through an Instagram feed becomes even more attractive and disorienting.

The constant postponing of work or tasks can continue right up to the deadline. When there is very little time left, panic wakes up, rationality takes over, and the person sits down to do the task. However, in this scenario, the quality of the work done at the last moment will be much worse than the staged task.


What to do in such a situation and how to cope with procrastination?

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What is Boreout, and How To Successfully Overcome It?

by Mila Kalajdzieva
If you’ve ever spread yourself too thin or experienced insurmountable amounts of stress because you’re overworked – you’re familiar with BURNOUT. However, there’s a new condition around the block that’s just starting to come out into the limelight. Its name is BOREOUT, and yes, it’s exactly what you think it is.

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How to Not Feel Lonely When Working Remotely

by Mila Kalajdzieva
A big chunk of the world has moved into working remotely in these trying times. Although these arrangements are for the greater good, they’ve brought about a new pandemic, one of the mind – loneliness. Since we could all use a little pick me up, we’ve put together some tips on how to not feel lonely in your home office. Keep reading to find out!

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Five tips for organizational change management

Organizational change in the workplace is the natural part of any business development. Those changes can include implementing new technologies, workplace culture, or crises. For instance, the last point is relevant to what we saw during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Workplace changes are usually of two types: adaptive and transformational. Adaptive changes are relatively small modifications that a company goes through while developing. Transformational changes are greater in scope and scale. They involve radical transformations in the processes of the company. Transformational changes usually result from external forces affecting the company.

As adaptive and transformational changes have some part of uncertainty and possibility of failure, they can be stressful for employers and employees. Are there ways to adapt to the changes smoothly and cope with the anxiety coming from those changes? 

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Why does employee engagement matter?

What is employee engagement, and what role does it play for a business?

by Polina Kuchkina


 The concept of employee engagement defines the level of willingness and commitment a worker feels toward their job. Engaged employees care about their work and company general performance, feeling that their efforts make a difference.

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