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Mental health promotion in the workplace

Workplace mental health promotion is more relevant than ever. In the US, 1 in 5 adults suffer from a mental illness, with 1 in 20 of them experiencing severe symptoms. In addition to personally aff

What is autonomy and why it matters for work-life balance

The Great Resignation has taken the world by storm with long-lasting (if not permanent) effects. Organizational psychologist Professor Anthony Klotz, who had foreseen the Great Resignation and coin

What does Gen Z want in the workplace?

Generation Z, or “Gen Z”, is entering the workforce at a rapid speed. Because of generational differences, when onboarding and managing Gen Z in the workplace, some unique challenges might come

How working from home can improve your life

What are some of the reasons why independent professionals in growing numbers choose remote work? Is it the long office hours, toxic work environment or endless commuting? No matter what the reason

Raise your freelance rates with these tips

As a freelancer, having to decide on your own rates can be a cause of financial anxiety. However, one of the greatest advantages of freelancing is that you have the flexibility and freedom to rearr

Neurodiversity at work and how to accommodate it

There has been a significant rise in attention paid to mental health at workplaces. There are many discussions going on about diversity, inclusivity and wellbeing for both employers and talents. Ho

Building your freelancer retirement plan in the US

As freelancing and working as a solo professional became increasingly popular in the US over the last years, more people started to put in more time and effort to plan their personal retirement. Se

How to land your first freelance client

Is it just us or have you also noticed that more and more people are eager to start a freelance business? It seems like ever since the onset of COVID-19 and the Great Resignation wave that unfolded

Working with blended teams: Benefits and best practices

It has been proven time and time again that teams don’t need to physically be in the same space to be able to work together. Especially following the pandemic, many companies have been leaning to