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The Chief Happiness Officer is here!

Job market -
23 November 2016

The Chief Happiness Officer is here!

Are you cheerful and understanding? Do you know how to lift the spirits of your friends when they are down like nobody else? In that case you can stop your job search now, we have just the position you are looking for: Chief Happiness Officer! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to make your work colleagues happy. We aren't joking: the professional figure of the Ch...

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A morning routine proven to increase productivity

Career management -
7 September 2016

A morning routine proven to increase productivity

It’s not always easy to be motivated at work first thing in the morning. However, your brain is more active and more creative in the first 3 hours after waking than at any other time in the day. Your energy level and willpower are also at their maximum after a good night’s sleep, so it’s the perfect time to get to work! To make the most of your mornings, it is important to establ...

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The coffice, the next generation office for freelancers

Job market -
4 May 2016

The coffice, the next generation office for freelancers

We have already seen co-working spaces for self-employed individuals. Now, we have the "coffice”, a cross between a coffee shop and an office, that is attracting more and more freelancers. Take a seat in a café, get out your laptop and start working. That is a daily reality for many people. Aware of this fact, the South Koreans have come up with a new concept: the "coffice”, ...

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Resumes and cover letters: be careful of the words you chose!

Career management -
25 November 2015

Resumes and cover letters: be careful of the words you chose!

To catch a recruiter’s eye, an application must be well presented, easy-to-read and complete but that’s not all! The right, catchy words are needed to underscore skills and experience. Words to avoid Whether in the resume or cover letter, some words make recruiters cross you right off their list. A CareerBuilder survey shows that HR professionals abhor certain terms like "the b...

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Generation Z is breaking work norms

Job market -
28 October 2015

Generation Z is breaking work norms

Each cohort conceives of work in its own way. Generation Y, the people born between the end of the 70s and the mid-90s, broke the work conventions of their elders by seeking out more flexibility and freedom. But the tables are already beginning to turn! We are talking about Generation Z: the individuals born after 1995, who are now entering the job market. But how do these young pe...

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