The youngest members of the workplace in modern society are no longer “Millennials”,  “Gen Z” has begun to replace them. Their values ​​and habits are gradually changing the way they work in the workplace. According to the BBC News report, the modern workplace is having difficulty defining the specific age range of “Generation Z”. Different…

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Diversity is often considered an important factor in modern work teams. Research shows that it has the potential to yield greater work productivity and competitive advantages. There is no doubt that employers are more likely to hire the right talent when they build a diverse talent pool. Managers understand that some effective measures are necessary…

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CareerBuilder’s survey reveals that in 2019, 32% of employees plan to change jobs this year. More than one-quarter of employees (29%) say they regularly search for jobs while employed, and 78% say that even though they are not actively looking for a new role, they would be open if the right opportunity came along. Low…

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Job search is always a tough period of time, especially after you have submitted hundreds of applications and refresh your email boxes every hour to check if there’s any updates. It is very stressful not to know where you stand and not hear back from HRs after the applications. Or sometimes even worse, you have a…

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From the 19th century to the 21st century, the world has transitioned from the industrial age to the information age. Information and knowledge have become the driving force for social development. The protagonists are knowledge workers, and the brainpower is productivity. Employers and employees around the world work online, it improves overall operating efficiency, helps…

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The fourth industrial revolution is coming. This is an intelligent era. The background of the trade war is nothing more than a war of technological intelligence. Since the outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2008, the economies of the most powerful countries have been severely damaged, prompting them to re-recognize the importance of manufacturing.…

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