Jane Harper

Reskilling the Future of Work

Leadership - July 28, 2021

‘Reskill to repurpose’ is the new mantra for survival in a post-COVID-19 economy and leaders are motivated to move past the nexus of this seismic force. ...

Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Stirs a Tug Of War between Employees and Leadership

Activision Blizzard Lawsuit faces criticism with gender discriminatory policies on hook since a long time now. Females disregard sexual misconduct at Activision and blame...

Post-Pandemic, Workforce realignment is expected

Post-pandemic reshuffles are required in the job market when corporate landscape is leading to more work hours with less compensations. There’s a need to look out for b...

How to write a request for a pay hike

Compensation - July 12, 2021

When you have been in the current position for more than a year and have no plans to move, then the next step is to request for a pay raise. Some companies give routine p...

Effective Time Management Tips to Work Less and Play More!

Time management is something that very few in this world seem to have conquered. If not so, life hack coaches would not be so popular. There are a certain number of hour...

MOTIVATION AT WORK: How to walk those extra miles as a manager?

Q & A with Jane - June 28, 2021

Management is nothing more than motivating other people–American automobile executive, Lido Anthony “Lee” Iacocca. What is makes organizations like Apple, Google, F...

Women win class action status to sue Google over pay disparity

Featured - May 28, 2021

Four female ex-employees of Google have won a class-action status to pursue a gender disparity lawsuit against the company on behalf of nearly 11,000 women. The lawsuit a...

Union Prospect pushes for ‘Right to Disconnect’ policy in the UK

Featured - April 19, 2021

A poll conducted by Opinium found that two-thirds of workers currently working remotely supported the proposed “Right to Disconnect” policy and wanted the UK to follo...

5 ways to foster motivation in employees

Employee Benefits - April 17, 2021

When you have a workforce that eagerly anticipates the end of Friday and rushing out the office door and sighs morosely on Mondays before entering the office, then you ha...

How to know if a company has work-life balance?

Q & A with Jane - April 07, 2021

Dear Jane, I am currently working in a job that requires me to work beyond the contracted hours every week. This is common in my industry where young workers are expected...

Multi-tasking is detrimental to mental health and profession

Featured - March 28, 2021

The work-from-home situation due to the prolonged lockdowns resulting from the Pandemic means many are now increasingly seeing the home-life and work boundaries blurring....

Goldman Sachs CEO speaks in support of junior bankers’ woes of workplace abuse

Featured - March 24, 2021

In a message to his staff across the globe, David Solomon, the CEO of Goldman Sachs, came out in support of junior bankers who had complained of excessive work hours and ...

5 Signs Your Interview Went Well

Interviews - March 16, 2021

Weeks after the interview, you haven’t heard from the company yet. So, the question now is: what are the signs your job interview went well? ...

7 Key Hiring Trends For 2021

Recruitment - March 11, 2021

The pandemic year was challenging for recruiters. As virtual recruiting and onboarding a remote workforce became the norm, the recruitment landscape had to adapt to the r...

6 Leadership Tips for First-time Managers to Step Up Your Game!

Leadership - March 04, 2021

A good manager can make or break a team. For a first-time manager who has been promoted from being a part of team to be in charge of a team the responsibilities can be ov...

An Employer’s Guide to At-Will Employment: Definition, Exceptions & More

At-will employment is the foundation of American employment relations for businesses in every state. What does at-will employment mean? ...