The inability to determine how much you are worth makes it difficult to ask for the salary or responsibility that will enable you grow within your profession.
By EDNA MARITIM
Determining your value – either to a current employer or a potential new one – is an important part of developing a long-lasting and rewarding career. The inability to determine how much you are worth makes it difficult to ask for the salary or responsibility that will enable you grow within your profession. There is an old saying that describes this issue. “You are never paid what you are worth; you are paid what you can negotiate for.”
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Employees will be at liberty to define their terms of engagement with employers, dress code as well as working hours.
By TABITHA AREBA
In less than a decade from today, the popular term ‘permanent and pensionable employee’ in Kenya’s organisations may not exist. Reporting to work every morning and leaving in the evening will also be meaningless. Additionally, what you wear as well as where and how you sit while carrying out your duties will not count. The new workplace and workforce will have a brand new architecture.
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(1033 words, 1 image, estimated 4:08 mins reading time)