We need to know who we are and what we are good at, risking everything in the pursuit of our dreams, as we nurture and hone our skills.
By EDWIN MOINDI
For work to happen, effort and energy has to be dispensed. There was a time when our ancestors had no luxury in choosing the work they did. The land they lived off dictated that. But every time a civilisation arose, labour became the fuel for its growth. Under such circumstances labour was divided into social classes and the people who worked the hardest and received a pittance were the slave class. They had no free will and only lived on the whims of their masters.
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According to a study by the University of Melbourne, employees that had access to social media got nine per cent more done than those who were blocked.
By KEN MACHARIA
To say the modern workplace has undergone a transformation in the last 10 years will be a gross understatement. Not only has a whole new generation joined the workforce, the tools of the trade and the work culture has gone through a revolution. Employees born between 1980 and 2000 commonly referred as Generation Y or millennials, now make-up to 50 per cent of the workforce in some sectors and are projected to hit 75 per cent by 2025.
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