What are the biggest differences between a boss and a leader? WittyFeed has compiled the following minimalistic posters depicting how a boss and a leader conducts themselves when they run a company.
While “catfishing” only officially made it into dictionaries just last year, the phenomenon, in terms of online fakery, has most certainly been around for at least as long as there has an internet.
The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines a catfish as “a person who sets up a false personal profile on a social networking site for fraudulent or deceptive purposes.”
According to at least one recent survey, perks on the job can make a big difference in the happiness of employees.
For instance, Google — a company that is consistently singled out as a great place to work — goes beyond just paid holiday leaves for their employees by also offering them workplace showers and gyms, free food, massages and transit, among many other things.
There’s even more good reason for why your company needs to ditch the ancient carpeting and bulk CRT monitors than you might have thought: productivity.
Too often, companies don’t pay enough attention to employees’ work environment. It’s especially important considering how a office is built and set up can impact worker productivity, efficiency and attitude.
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Many people who suffer from poor sleep aren’t aware that factors under their control may be contributing to their problem.
Everyone has stress in their lives, but not everyone deals with it in a constructive way. Business leaders especially must learn how to manage their stress effectively so that their companies, employees and their own personal lives don’t end up eroding as a consequence.
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, for instance, took a Zen-like approach and advised those with busy minds to slow down in order to find calm and clarity. Meditation is an age-old practice that is effective in achieving that clearer headspace.
The saying goes ”Everyone has to start somewhere,” and while some lucky individuals were born into wealth, others had to start from the bottom and work their way to the top. This is the case for some of the most successful people in the world, including Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Indra Nooyi, Larry Ellison and more.
Take a look at the infographic below courtesy of Unum.
Silicon Valley has pretty much got it all: Google, Facebook, jobs that pay obscene amounts of money, a “startup castle,” its own language, shout-outs from rappers and crazy sex parties. That’s pretty much everything ever, right?
New data released by online dating website Seeking Arrangements has revealed exactly what makes the perfect mistress, according to married men.
MIT graduate and online dating expert Brandon Wade founded Seeking Arrangements in 2006 to connect wealthy male benefactors with attractive, younger women. His website now has nearly 4.5 million active members and has taken data gathered from popular searches and messages to describe the perfect mistress.
Whether it’s through hard work, a once-in-a-lifetime business opportunity or simply being born into it, there are several ways to make a ton money early on in life.
While earning a living is different for everyone, a few individuals have reached the rarefied status of becoming a billionaire even before reaching middle age.
Employees thinking about quitting their jobs in the near future may want to reconsider when they see how much money it could cost them.
Job burnout specialist Ben Fanning claims that most employees aren’t engaged at work and disengaged employees are more than twice as likely to quit their jobs.
Finding out how far our money would go in different countries around the world is pretty simple, but more elusive — and much, much more important as well — is finding out how much our money would be worth in the fictional places we frequent in our leisure time, like Star Wars‘ Coruscant or Game of Thrones‘ Westeros. How much money, for instance, might a pokéball from Pokémon cost us in the real world?
To the rescue is Mobile Money, who created the below infographic showing how much pounds and dollars are worth in 18 different fictional universes.