With the holiday season almost here, the “most wonderful time of the year” can also be stressful. Addressing mental well-being has always proved a challenge for businesses, but it can feel particularly pointed during the holidays. An American Psychological Association survey found that 38% of people said their stress level increased during the holidays due
The first time I ever learned about the concept of a cover letter, I distinctly remember how it was explained to me: “It’s like your resume, but longer.” The reason that moment sticks out to me so much? It’s completely wrong! Yes, your cover letter should include some of the key skills, traits and experience highlighted
Recruiting volunteers can be a difficult task, but your nonprofit can’t function without them. They provide you with the workforce you need to keep working toward your organization’s goals. So you’ll want to find the best, most connected supporters that you can. Finding these individuals is difficult enough on its own. Once you finally locate
Talk about the heaps of paperwork and documentation that you need to perform and procure as a working professional! Sounds hectic and complicated, right? But, out of the gamut of papers that one needs to secure including different letters, certificates, receipts and other documents, payslip is one of the most essential records. Why? Because it gives you
Landing pages are one of the key weapons that marketing teams use to attract and convert potential customers. It’s not a coincidence that this tactic is so prevalent across industries and different customer personas. From B2B to B2C, landing pages are an effective way to share the benefits of a given product with potential clients.
Get ready for staffing whiplash. In the initial economic uncertainty around Covid-19, employers made staffing cuts to stay solvent. But as the economy opens, expect a wave of demand for contingent labor that can provide overnight velocity to businesses hoping to regain what was lost during the shutdown. People are a company’s greatest asset, and
Few initiatives, big or small, succeed without the help of a champion or sponsor—someone who takes ownership over the process and keeps the other stakeholders and team members focused in the midst of other responsibilities. Traditionally, a sponsor is someone who has some clout within the organization—through formal authority, expertise, or seniority. But giving junior