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Motherhood Penalty

Motherhood Penalty

Are mums hiding their babies to land jobs in 2024? Women have come a long way in the workplace to achieve equality, however, many still feel the need to hide the fact that they are working mother’s to progress in their careers. Earlier this year, Zipdo recorded that...

Side Hustle

Side Hustle

Is having a side hustle the new trend of 2024? With the cost of living skyrocketing in the last few years, many people are figuring out ways to make an extra dollar. Anything from rideshares (Uber driving) to starting a podcast for extra cash, the list is long. It’s...

Career Break

Career Break

How often do you think to yourself, "I'm ready for a career break”.  You’ve hit the wall in your career or just feel that you need time off from life? OR maybe you have family commitments that force you to take time off or want to take time off to travel the world? In...

AI in the Workplace

AI in the Workplace

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the workplace landscape. From chatbots to robots, the workplace has come a long way in the last few years. New technologies always bring uncertainty, worry and excitement. Like the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s,...

Employee Loyalty

Employee Loyalty

Employee loyalty is a term that is tossed around a lot in the workplace. What does it actually mean in this day and age? How loyal do you feel about your employer? What if you’re too loyal to your employer? Is that even possible? According to Merriam-Webster, loyalty...

Review Time

Review Time

It's review time! What REALLY matters to you in 2024? What will you be discussing with your Manager this month?  Do you have solid evidence of results to support your discussion when you ask for a pay rise or a new job title? I recently ran a LinkedIn poll, asking...

Switching Jobs

Switching Jobs

“Stay at your job for at least a year.” “It looks bad if you keep switching jobs.” “Don’t let your employee know that you are looking for a new job.” How many times have you heard this from a friend, family member, co-worker or stranger when changing jobs after being...