With long summer evenings — and summer vacations — in the rearview mirror, how we spend our time at work may feel more important. Whether you work from home or away from home, making smart choices throughout your workday can help boost your creativity and productivity while reducing fatigue and minimizing stress.
In turn, this can have a positive effect on your time away from work. Here are seven tips to get you started. READ...
A career break can be a necessary and fulfilling decision for personal and professional growth. Whether you are taking time off to care for a family member, pursue further education, or simply take a break, it's essential to stay relevant professionally.
The good news is that with the right mindset, you can use your career break as an opportunity to upgrade yourself. READ MORE AT MUO
Stress is a natural response to pressure. While it’s not possible to eliminate all stress from your life, you can learn to cope with it and manage your reactions to stressful situations. One effective way to deal with stress at work is to manage stressors immediately instead of letting situations escalate.
Although this isn’t always possible because some things may be out of your control, consider exploring which tips you may...
Just about everybody goes through stressful times at work. Projects pile up, you stay late and have to work evenings and weekends — but the flow of emails and messages doesn’t slow down. When this busy schedule becomes the norm, it’s time to re-evaluate your work-life balance — and make some healthy changes to avoid job burnout. READ MORE AT THE CLEVELAND CLINIC
Staying healthy while searching for work may be more difficult than when you are employed. Oftentimes job seekers feel additional pressures while job hunting and decrease focus on personal health.
Keeping your mind and body active during a job search is just as important as the job search itself. READ MORE AT EIN PRESSWIRE