Corporate iftars are more than big group selfies, where you are barely seen. Iftar and similar events have several positive long-term impacts on you and your co-workers. We have done our research on the topic and asked our expert who is responsible for all our Iftars at WUZZUF every year, Aya Waheed, HR manager of WUZZUF.
You might not be that familiar with the term, but if you’re a woman working in an office you’re probably quite familiar with the phenomenon. ‘Manterruption’ is the universal phenomenon of men interrupting women at work.
It happens everywhere from meetings in boardrooms and courtrooms to the US Senate, so you’re not alone. A recent study at Yale’s University suggests that women get more interrupted for speaking more than men with the same status. And it’s not the only research that concluded the same. Here’s what you can do to deal with manterruptions at work.
When you know the reasons behind missing deadlines, you can’t help but question the importance of having deadlines at all. The truth is deadlines are important because they give you a goal to work towards.
Accordingly, you have to get into the mindset of constructing a plan, setting priorities, and getting into the nitty-gritty of a task.
That’s why we’ve created this guide which will help you meet your upcoming deadlines.
The debate of open offices vs. closed ones has been a hot topic for years. And even though a definitive conclusion in favor of either has never been reached, open offices have somehow become the norm.
These days, you can find open offices everywhere, regardless of company size or industry. But does this mean they’re good for us?
We’re going to consider many workplace factors and evaluate if each is a Pro or Con in the case of open offices. Feel free to skip to the ones that interest you the most.
It’s very important to have a purpose in your career. We all get up in the morning and go to work for a reason. What motivates you?
Watch INJAZ’s Program Supervisor Nayra El-Berry, our first guest on #MoreThanAJob, talk about how to find purpose at work. And share your thoughts with us in the poll below.
We all know these people. You can hear their voices walk into the office before their feet do. Having a loud colleague only adds to the noise you already have to deal with at work, and that can affect your performance, motivation, and productivity.