I believe I performed badly during my job interview and wonder I select the job I was nervous because one of the question did not understand me. After all, I join Cuponism It is good experience for me. HR manager supports me and different growth opportunities provide.
i have a colleague who complain and gossip a lot, sometimes during working hours also. i feel like the things they say cause a lot of negativity and stress.
but this colleague is very senior so i feel i can't be direct with them without causing problems for myself. but seem like they like to talk to me, so how to avoid this person while keeping good relationship with them?
I have seen an ex-colleague being asked to leave her job from a renown brand in a red coloured logo. The customer she was dealing with was obviously being difficult on purpose just so that customer can get something free. She demanded even! lol
After that debacle between this ex-colleague and that customer, she was asked to leave as she didn't fulfil customer's satisfaction. The branch manage
I have worked in retail for the past 1-2 years and the good thing is, I have not experienced 'bad customers'. But I have heard stories about people dealing with really rude or confrontational customers. How does one deal with it without being flustered? How do you all hold your emotions in? I am just curious.
The company I have been working has been laying off people over the past few weeks and I'm one of the last people to be asked to leave because the company is closing down for some reason. At first I thought some people were managed out because of performance review or cutting cost but it is way serious than that.
Is there a way to get some compensation as this does affect my income and also m
I have been working at this current workplace for about 2 years now and feeling a major burnout because of the stress and workload. I work as an administrator and the work kills everything. Most of the time after work, I feel unsatisfied with life and my career in general. What should I do to improve my life? Should I quit my job and start over again? Or should I speak to my boss honestly about i
I have been working at a company as an accountant for a year plus now but there are no mentions about a pay raise and it is really getting on my nerves. They do give bonuses but it is not enough. It is possible to ask it straight up from my boss or HR? Is there even a way to make it sound professional but yet straight forward?
I have been seeing new face joining and then leaving after a short while. Is this a red flag or it is completely normal for a company to be like that? i.e. Around 30 people joined the company in 2019 but by the end of that perhaps 20 something people left.
I have seen some people being paid high wages with their experience but their education level is just at SPM. Shouldn't a person with a degree or masters get a much higher wage than a person without a proper education?
I am conflicted between 2 job offers. Both are good and meet my expectations but one is offering now and I am yet to get a reply from the other. Should I just accept the offered job or wait for a reply from the other one first?
Hello everyone! I'm working in HR and I notice it's hard to get honest answers during an exit interview. Usually the person just wants to leave peacefully and not stir up any problems, so the interview ends up pretty short and not very useful for HR.
I just attended an interview not too long ago. Just after a few days, I haven't heard anything and thought of contacting the company. The thing is, I don't know who should I contact and follow up with. HR or the interviewer the other day. What do you think?
My boss keep changing my position, saying that that’s her strategy (trial and error) to strengthen the organisation. How do I explain my position changes during my interview? Or should I just focus only on one job scope from my previous positions?
I don't know if I should ask for help (work-related) in the office as this might be seen as a weakness or my incompetency at work. Is there a way for me to improve on myself or is there a way to ask for help without being too obvious?
Sorry I have one more question here. As I mention before, company did provide me laptop but it is quite slow and affect my speed to finish the design tasks. I give this as a reason but my boss seem not happy with it, and told me ask HR about upgrade. But HR ask me to wait because no budget yet.
I have my own desktop at home, but is it my responsibility until I bring it to office to work?