From offering to forge signatures to ignoring blatant displays of bullying and willingly diverging from company processes or even stealing company resources (yes, even something as small as a pen or notepad), the temptation to bend the rules or turn a blind eye can be quite common. However, allowing it to become part of aContinue reading “Why we turn a blind eye to workplace misbehaviour and what you can do about it”
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What psychological or social contracts are you bound by?
The first thing you learn as a law student studying contract law is that there are four elements that make up a contract: Offer, acceptance, consideration and intention. In essence, you need to show you want to enter into the agreement, give something up to show you’re serious and have a clear understanding between theContinue reading “What psychological or social contracts are you bound by?”
5 ways to reduce procrastination in a post-COVID working world
How often do you find yourself having one of those days where you feel like you’ve been really busy the entire time but on reflection, you haven’t actually accomplished very much? Distractions can come in many forms. From looking at your inbox because a new email alert popped up to thinking about what to cookContinue reading “5 ways to reduce procrastination in a post-COVID working world”