Tagged with Human Capital

Work Life – Home Life Polarity

Work Life – Home Life Polarity

It seems that the New Year is a time to contemplate the difficult questions that we battle with all year. For me, this year is no exception. As a working mother, I actually started contemplating my work and home goals and thoughts about both are brewing in my subconscious. One of the main issues my … Continue reading

When working becomes an illness

When working becomes an illness

It is in the early 1970’s that the term job burnout was first coined. It is particularly relevant nowadays, since it is considered as the occupational illness of the twenty first century. In the 2015 global human capital trends report, Deloitte recognizes that there are “soft areas such as culture, engagement, leadership and development that … Continue reading

Doing business in a smaller world

Doing business in a smaller world

International business schools and multinational companies consider a work environment to be diverse when it joins people from different backgrounds. In other words, diversity is not the mere fact that people are different; but that they work in the same environment irrespective of their differences. I chose to write about the topic as the Middle … Continue reading