How to Survive Your Office Christmas Party

Over a third of British workers dread their work Christmas party because they’re scared of looking ridiculous on the dancefloor. Does the phrase ‘Christmas party’ fill you with trepidation? Fear not! We’ve come up with four tips to help you navigate this annual event with style. Dress appropriately You might be going to a Christmas

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How To Make The “Right” Career Choice

The Challenges Of Implementing A DEIB Program Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are definitely buzzwords that have been around for several years now. Companies have realized the many benefits of including as many diverse groups as possible in their workforce to arguably appease social pressures or legal requirements, but also when they see how

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Summary Sunday: Reimaging Work | Career Sherpa

With workers in a position of power, our workplaces are changing. These changes impact the employed and the unemployed. This gives each of us a chance to reimagine our workplace. The pandemic has workers wanting more from their jobs and their employers. Employees want to feel their employer and managers care about them. They want

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8 Ways To Deal With The Monday Blues

The Challenges Of Implementing A DEIB Program Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are definitely buzzwords that have been around for several years now. Companies have realized the many benefits of including as many diverse groups as possible in their workforce to arguably appease social pressures or legal requirements, but also when they see how

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Why Project Management Should Drive Your DEIB Strategy

DEIB programs are quite extensive and usually involve the entire organization. As such, companies can use project management teams to drive this initiative in an organized, consistent, and targeted way. The Challenges Of Implementing A DEIB Program Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are definitely buzzwords that have been around for several years now. Companies

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