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Workplace Depression – How to Help as a Manager

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Workplace Depression – How to Help as a Manager

Workplace depression is one of the most common and overlooked mental health related problems that managers and employers try to avoid dealing with. According to several statistical reports, depression affects more than 8 percent of adults in the US and can cause a loss of billions of dollars. Besides work, this depression can damage their overall quality of life and cause several other mental and physical health issues if left unchecked. But since 80 percent of people suffering from depression can recover, it is important that employers address it. In fact, employers have the chances of...

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Brave New World

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It’s an interesting work environment these days. It seems that half the U.S is out of work and the other half is working in jobs they hate. It’s not so much the work that people hate, it’s the management and the work environment. It’s a brave new world out there. Remember when people went to work, worked their eight hours, came home, and were paid? They received benefits, sometimes bonuses, bosses asked about their family, and people felt loyal to the company they worked for. After 30 years, people retired and the company thanked them and gave them a nice watch. Now, employees with...

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Tips to Getting Hired

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The current economic climate says that too many people still don’t have jobs. College graduates complain they are unable to find work in the fields they majored in and older workers state they can’t find work because of their age. I don’t know how to solve the current economic crisis but I can offer some tips about finding a job. For the young, dress up for the interview. By dress up, I don’t request much. But I do suggest clean clothes, something that covers most of your tattoo’s and your cleavage, and that includes back cleavage as well! I don’t want to see anyone show up in a camisole or...

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