Can You Learn Anything From Gen Z at Work?

The Gen-Z generation, or those born between 1996 to 2000, are now influencing the workplace and comprise a huge chunk of the workplace. It can be challenging for us from different generations to understand what they are thinking and keep up with them. However, having these workers in the workplace can be a learning experience…

8 Signs Your Coworkers or Boss Are Gaslighting You

In the workplace, you have to deal with various people with behaviours much different from yours. Some of them will be ready to work with you, others may not like you immediately but are prepared to work with you, and a few will resent you no matter who you are and what you do for…

How Managers Can Help Prevent Quiet Quitting

Have you ever heard of the term “quiet quitting” before? If you haven’t, it is a growing trend nowadays where people are not going beyond what is expected at work. For some, this trend isn’t unusual because it is not uncommon for people to lay low at work. Their reasoning varies when asked, from not…

Toxic Culture In Your Office? How To Fix It Quick.

When you ask company leadership and employees alike, they would say that the best way to improve productivity is by revamping the work culture. However, given the present conditions both inside and outside the office and the individual situation of each employee, it is hard to deny that company culture is not as strong as…

Is Presenteeism a Problem at Your Workplace?

Many of us are taught at an early age that we should show up early to any engagement we may have and be present in anything we do. Some are even awarded for their punctuality and perfect attendance. As one enters the corporate world, workers are expected to abide by this practice because it will…

Best ways to Deal with a Colleague Crying at Work

At work, we tend to put on a solid front because we don’t want others to see us at our lowest or cause problems for the team. Crying, in particular, is something that must be avoided at all costs because it can make the team feel awkward and affect their progress. However, we all have…

Can Office Colleagues be Good Friends?

Many working adults spend a lot of time in the workplace rather than at home. Some spend 5 days for 8 hours or more at work and only a handful of hours at home to rest or bond with family and friends. Others have work even on the weekends, reducing their time to make friends…