Working in a cutthroat competitive environment is very rewarding and definitely has its perks, but it can also be very stressful. The pressure of staying on top of your game is ever-present, so Monster gives you some tips to make sure you don’t fall behind.
It’s not always easy to tell that people don’t like you, especially at work when ethic requires them to be professional, and moreover, if they work under you. So do your co-workers think you are a jerk? Find out if most or all of these signs by Monster apply to you and you will know if that is the case.
Good work relations are imperative, and making enemies is never wise. That being said, do not forget that some people will not go down alone but take you down with them should you be within grasping reach. Monster helps you identify some more people at work you should avoid.
Magic is not real, but magic words are. They exist in relationships of all kinds, and they do in work places, too. More specifically, Monster helps you figure out some magic words that might earn you points with the boss.
Have you ever wondered that no matter how long you sleep at night, there will be days that you’ll feel sleepy in the afternoon? Good if you’re not working. But what if you’re in the middle of an important task at the office and you really just can’t fight your drooping eyes?
Loving your work is one of the best things you can do, because it means your life is dynamic and fun, even the work part. But there is a fine line between enjoying what you do and being obsessed with it.
Sometimes, without being aware of the fact that you have this bad habit, you see things happening at work and start thinking you are going to get fired. It may sound absurd but it is a perfectly normal feeling to have, and there are ways to get it under control, according to The Muse.
If you think that the success of your career only depends on your education, skills, experience and talent, then you have a lot more thinking to do. In the real world, there are a lot of factors that can scuttle your success.
As time progresses, the workplace has experienced dramatic changes. The workplace of the 1970s is vastly different from today’s work environment. If current technological breakthroughs are sustained and improved, the world can expect a totally changed workplace in thirty years