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Posted January 20, 2015 by

How Bilingualism and Multilingualism Help a Student in Education

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Hello in different languages. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If a student speaks a different language he would perceive in a different world. Many theorist have written in the articles that being a bilingual or multilingual is better than a being a monolingual because to survive with a monolingual is not enough in the competitive world because over 5000 languages are spoken in the world which means that about 25 languages are spoken per state.

Therefore for a communication process between the individuals, the noise is not only a barrier but also the monolingual is also a big hurdle.  According to the David Crystal research in 1997 that two children from every three children will grow up with a bilingualism environment such as in Asia, Europe, etc. anywhere in the world. (more…)

Posted November 04, 2014 by

Facts to Help You Build a Strong Career on the Right Foundation

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Career building exercise. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Life in the 21st century has been reduced to an endless struggle in pursuit of success, prosperity, happiness and contentment. However, to facilitate your search for the above, you must build a strong foundation for your career. Today, career-building is one of the most important individual attributes which can set you on the road to success. Before jumping into a course or a career, it is extremely important for you to understand the extent and the effectiveness of your decision in propelling you towards your goals. Here are some interesting facts to guide you: (more…)

Posted October 07, 2014 by

Writing Your Next Resume? Omit This Information

A magnifying glass over the word Resume surrounded by related terms

A magnifying glass over the word Resume surrounded by related terms. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

While you want to make the right first impression on your resume, you don’t need to share everything about yourself with a potential employer.  He or she will likely only glance at it for a number seconds, and if unimpressed, simply toss it aside.  In the following post, Michelle Joseph, a talent acquisition expert and CEO of PeopleFoundry, shares tips on creating the best professional resume by avoiding or taking off certain information. (more…)

Posted September 18, 2014 by

New on Your Entry Level Job? How to Get Attention the Right Way

So, you’re starting your new entry level job and want to make a great impression.  If this is your goal, the following post has tips on how to get the right kind of attention at work.

You managed to land a coveted entry-level job at a Fortune 100 company. Congratulations! You’re now just another guppy floundering in an ocean teeming with sharks. It’s the first day on the job and you’re full of excitement in anticipation of the wondrous future that awaits you. As you make your way to the battleship grey cubicle that

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Posted September 03, 2014 by

Identify the three secrets of success of an employee

Businesspeople holding white papers in the office that spell Success

Business team holding white papers in the office that spell Success. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Doing things right is not enough to be a model worker, the boss should give more to the company.

Many might think that simply by performing the tasks assigned by his superior, be punctual with work schedules and meet the standards set by the company to be a good employee. Indeed, this concept is not bad. However, if you just want to stand out from their peers and become a future leader in your organization, there are other factors to be taken into account to get your chairman.

As reported in the specialized digital -Issues Management expert Duane Dike, COO Disneyland in California and responsible for managing the hundreds of talented artists in this show, there is a triangle of factors for a leader to develop its functions effectively, and be an example among the rest of their counterparts. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Would You Like Jobs with Flexible Work Schedules? Here are Some Benefits

Flexible work schedules could be one factor recent college graduates consider when searching for jobs.  The following post shares some benefits of this style of working.

In the business world today, it is no longer necessary to punch the clock in the office or follow the 9-5 principle to be successful and productive. Flexible scheduling is one of the most important employee benefits. Not only employees want it there are quite a few who are negotiating flexible working before accepting the job

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Posted August 25, 2014 by

How Can a HR Wing Increase the Organizational Speed?

Vineeta Tiwari

Vineeta Tiwari

The global economy is highly volatile thus for maintaining the profitable growth and value in the business, a need of re-examination of business protocols and related resources is always there. It is a hard fact that the most important resource of an organization is its workforce and if the sourced people into the company are good then each and every business endeavour reaches its success point at the right time.

The HR department is one such organizational wing that can’t be outsourced or offshored; the department is a result of business’s strategy and the existing capabilities of the given organization. Hence, it can be easily stated that HR professionals and their job roles go beyond the concept of merely hiring. (more…)

Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Graduates, Are You Smartphone Users Searching for Jobs or Managing Tasks at Work? 5 Apps You May Like

For college graduates searching for jobs or trying to manage a workload at the office, there are five smartphone apps that might benefit them in the following post.

Glued to your smartphone? Whether you’re walking down the street, on the train or sitting in the carpool on the way home, you (and everyone around you) are probably heads down, checking the latest activity on your social networks, catching up on news or texting loved ones. The average American has approximately 32 apps on their

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Posted August 04, 2014 by

College Students, Are Your Summer Jobs as Interns about to be Over? 7 Ways to Conclude Them on a Good Note

With their summer jobs as interns winding down, college students may be looking to end them in positive ways.   In the following post, learn seven ways to finish internships on a good note.

August is right around the corner. Summer is almost over… and, by definition, so is your summer internship. So now is a good time to think about the final weeks of your summer gig, and perhaps the last chance you’ll have to tie up loose ends, communicate with colleagues and make yourself stand out to your supervisor…

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Posted July 29, 2014 by

College Students, Have You Thought about Asking These 6 Questions During Your Jobs as Interns?

For college students with jobs as interns who have the opportunity to ask questions to mentors or employees, there are six they should in the following post.

Featured: Featured We held a mentorship/informational session for our interns last week. They had the opportunity to ask myself and my two employees (our Digital Marketing Manager and our Campus Programs Manager) two questions each. Here are some of our favorite questions that they asked:read more

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