New Year Resolutions are always unique to the individual, but when it comes to most companies today, improving SEO strategy is typically on the top of the list of things to improve in the new year.
This isn’t a post we wanted to write, but in light of recent events, it feels wrong not to touch on this very important issue on our work platform. There’s no point in focusing on the disturbing reality of what’s recently been exposed, since such behaviour is rooted in history and gender relations, but what we should be focusing on taking action to change the status quo.
Social responsibility has become an integral focus of the professional world in recent years. Aside from its moral significance and potential to impact the local community, the benefits of volunteering in relation to employee satisfaction and retention cannot be understated.
If you’re not in a professional or service industry, it’s likely that your company doesn’t have much of a dress code. The notion of workplace and weekend attire has blurred even more with the rise of tech company culture, where casual is the name of the game.
Skipping lunch because of your busy schedule? You may believe you’re getting more done, but skipping lunch isn’t boosting your work productivity, as an hourlong lunch break can set you up for better concentration, putting on the right track for the rest of your day.
After hacking your lunch break for Garage Central and Sheung Wan, it’s time to explore some good lunch places near Sai Ying Pun! Here are our 7 recommendations for you:
For many of us, Facebook has been in our lives for what feels like as long as we can remember. While some of us would like to think that we don’t care much about Facebook, it’s hard to deny is significance in our cultural discourse. I mean, if it helped to elect someone like Donald Trump into office - what can’t it do?
You’re probably thinking: what am I - 12-years-old? If so, then I’m sorry to hear that you’ve become victim to stigma around adult napping. Not only is napping not something to be
Ah yes, the dreaded work commute. It’s something we all have to put up with, and in an overpopulated city like Hong Kong, the sardines-life is that much more real. Public transportation may seem grim, but taking advantage of it actually allows you the gift of time - something successful people value more than anything else.