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Cultural Diversity in a Workplace

Posted by Janice Chan on August 15, 2017

Diversity has been one of the hot topics in the Human Resources industry for years now. 20% of HR departments claimed that attracting and retaining diverse talents was one of their main hurdles that their organization was facing.

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Topics: HR Trends

How 4 generations can work together in one workplace

Posted by Janice Chan on June 21, 2017

Leading 4 generations at work.

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Topics: Management & Leadership

Are you a good team player?

Posted by Janice Chan on June 19, 2017

You want to know if you are a team player? Make our quiz and find out what type of team player you are.

Personality test

1. The Team Player (You love to be part of a team)

Congratulations! You’ve definitely got what it takes to shine while you’re helping other people out. You don't just look out for yourself, you also try to see what's best for your company. Things would definitely fall apart without team players like you around to keep the group running smoothly. Kind, patient, and usually very responsible, you make sure that other people are feeling as good as you do. Of course you like to get credit when you succeed (who doesn’t?) you’re just more likely to take the time to make sure that everyone is doing well. Working with a team can be tough sometimes, but you’re tougher. Way to go!

2. The Captain (You like to lead a team)

Captain or Boss? It doesn’t matter exactly what they’re saying as long as they’re calling you the head of the team, right? You’re much more likely to work hard to get the credit, not just to be part of a crowd. Of course you’re still a people person — you can’t lead well if you aren’t well liked, right? — you would probably just rather stand out and make a good example of yourself. Just remember that knowing how to be a team player from time to time is a key part of success and go for it!

3. The Lonely Warrior (You prefer to work on your own)

You know how to get your work done but you don’t need a team for it. That’s okay too. You don’t need to discuss every task in detail with everybody. We totally understand that! And you are right. For a lot of jobs, teamwork is not vital. But teamwork helps to get new ideas and to see things from a different perspective. You should start finding the right team for youself and you’ll be surprised how efficient teamwork can be. You don’t need to include teamwork on a regular basis but sometimes teamwork can work miracles. We are sure that you could be a great team player!

Good Job! You found out what type of team player you are. But why is it so important to work in a team? Keep reading to be aware of the importance of teamwork. 


Why teamwork fosters the efficiency of a company

Some employees try to avoid teamwork, but what is it that they don’t like it? Almost every company should include effective teamwork to foster the development of the business. Find out more why teamwork is so important to include and how you will benefit from it.

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Topics: Management & Leadership

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