You have started to budget. That is a major step in financial responsibility. Here are a few of the more common expenses that many people forget to budget for. The good news? Budgets are not set in stone, so if you forget this time, you will remember next time.
An exit interview is no time to blow steam. There are all sorts of things you need to avoid because there is a lot you can lose and very little you can gain. Exit your company like you entered it, with class and dignity.
You cannot be efficient when your work station–your cubicle, your desk, your office–is unorganized. It seems everyone in your office place knows this except for you. Get organized and show them you have the discipline and desire to be a great employee.
Renters insurance provides insurance coverage for belongings that are stolen, damaged, or lost. It also provides liability coverage should someone become injured on your premises. Is renters insurance worth it? Find out here.
Debit cards are great because they limit your ability to charge more than you should financially. But there are debit card dangers you should be aware of. For instance, the level of purchase protection is not as good as it is with credit cards.
More than two million Americans are currently receiving unemployment benefits. These benefits are aimed at helping people who are currently looking for work. There is no national standard, the extent of unemployment benefits are determined by each state.
When you are honest with yourself, do you think that money is the only thing that will motivate employees like you? How long could you keep a great paying job in a toxic environment? Things such as high expectations, involvement in decision making, and your peer group may be a greater motivator than your paycheck.
You’ve heard the promises. Weight loss quick and without exercise. Some of these diets may take pounds off, but chances are they won’t keep the weight off. Another problem with fad diets is that they can harm your health by requiring you to avoid certain types of foods. The result? An insufficient intake of vital nutrients.
Positive Body language is an asset at work. Communication is 20 percent verbal and 80 percent non-verbal. So projecting positivity and confidence relies greatly on what your body is saying. And many co-workers and managers are more likely to believe your non-verbal communication than your verbal communication. Does yours align?
You may be conscious of your poor employee body language or not. But rest assured, your body language is noticed by all. Many of whom will assume your body language represents your true feelings regardless of what you communicate verbally.