Hi, I just join a startup company as a graphic designer. It's quite small, less than 10 staffs only. Before this, I internship at a big agency. I realise its very different in startup, I have to do more things on my own and even do things outside my job scope. My family told me this is a good thing, but sometimes I feel overworked because of this. Any tips on working effectively in startup or sma
I've been going through some emotional personal things regarding my family and life in general. Work is important as that is a source of income for me but then I am very distracted to the point where I don't know if I can focus or not. How do people go back to work and resume it as if nothing happened?
Recently I found myself involved in some marketing work for a new brand targeting youths. We spent a lot of time trying to decide which social media platform to use, because apparently Facebook is not popular among young people. If you are between age 16 to 25, which are the must-have social media apps on your phone?
I think I want to try on another role from Finance to HR because I feel that I will be able to show my full potential and perform in that industry. Any advice if it's possible or tips on this transition?
I am new to the workforce and feel intimidated sometimes by my colleagues who are more experienced. I dare not voice out my ideas or point of views just in case it might be embarrassing. How can I boost my confidence at work?
I just went for an interview. It went very well. But I am not sure if they will hire me for the job. I feel like there is a chance but at the same time I'm doubtful of it. How would I know for sure if I will get the job for sure?
I am currently working as an accountant, a permanent job. But I am not enjoying it that much. There is an offer for a position I like but it is an internship for a finance position. I see potential in me getting a permanent position after that internship. Should I just go for the position I like and hope for the best?
I was hired as a marketing exec but then the company kept giving me more responsibilities over a period of 3 months. I’m not only handling the strategy & planning, I’m also managing the company’s social media accounts, and also meeting with clients / making deals. Should I ask for a raise? What should I do?
I have been pretty sick lately because it's really the season for these things and I am worried about my job. Because I am feeling unwell, I am unable to do my work and hence got nothing done in the past week. Is it possible for the company to fire me because of taking too many MCs?
About four months ago, I took a break due to my mental health. I have been very stressed at my previous work place and it has affected my health mentally and physically. I am worried that new companies I am being interviewed with might view this negatively. What should I do? How can I explain this in my upcoming interview?
The company I work at requires me to give very specific and details reasons as to why I am taking my annual leave. I think that is an intrusion of my privacy. Should I give them a "valid" reasons? Is it even legal for them to do this?
I recently was blamed for a printing mistake that I didn't make. I don't know how to explain myself as anything I say can sound like an excuse to my boss. What are my options and what should I do to prove myself right?
I have tried to shine but I don't know how to impress my current employer. I tried being friendly with everyone too. Speaking to them and also keeping my performance up. Are there easy ways to show that I do put in the effort to perform?
I am working in a call center and do get very flustered from time to time especially after speaking to an angry or upset customer. What is the best way I can calm down or cool off in situations like these?
I have been working very hard for the past 2 years and I think my work is being unnoticed by an unappreciative, demanding head. She will always put me down or just plainly reject my ideas/suggestions just because I am a junior designer.
When should I ask for a promotion? Or is changing jobs an option for me?
I have been quite busy at work with many things to do, targets to achieve, and I feel I am lacking rest in doing my own personal things. Are there ways to lessen my stress and also to balance my work life? Are there any tips you know of?
I am working in a pretty well-known "International" company as a junior graphic designer under a very demanding, controlling, yet less knowledgeable head of department. She always find ways or reasons to pick on me somehow giving me the most challenging things to do.
When I excel at it, I will get even harder tasks but when I fail, she will point it out and make it into a very big issue. It c
I am confused and stuck between choices. Either I work as a designer for an agency or a small company. A job that pays well but I may not have any work-life balance or a job that pays little but it gives me a really good work-life balance. Which one is the right career path?
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? By the way I work as a marketing executive.
I took leave to get away from work and went for a holiday. I had epiphany and decided to quit for my mental health. Is there a way to quit my job on a holiday without burning bridges or offending anyone? I really want to leave this work place though.
I applied for a job as a marketing executive and got in but after these past 5 months, I don't know it's because I am incompetent or I cannot keep up with the office culture. What should I do? Should I quit and find something else or should I try out for a couple months more then only decide my next step?
I recently went for an interview and the company was keen on hiring me. After a couple of days, I got an offer letter from said company via email but then they got the job title incorrect. Is this something I should worry about or it's fine? Will it affect me later in the near future at work?