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How To Be A Leader As An Introvert

Leaders are often thought of loud and bombastic extroverts who tend to dominate the conversations of an office setting. While this may true in some cases, there are plenty of instances where an rather introverted individual has proved themselves to be a highly...

How to Ace your Performance Review

Annual performance reviews are the dread of many. No one wants to hear about their weaknesses and what they could be doing better at your job. Unfortunately, discussing our weaknesses are the only way to overcome them. Before your next review, follow these steps to...

How to Negotiate Your Salary

Asking your boss for a raise can be terrifying, even if you really deserve it. But not being paid fairly for the work you do is even scarier. Salary negotiation is so daunting to some people, 44% in fact, that they never bring it up in performance reviews. Learning...

How to Cope with Employee Churn

A high employee churn rate is every employer’s worst nightmare. Defined as the percentage of employees who quit within a specific period of time, the churn rate reflects a company’s ability or inability to retain workers. According to research published by...