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What Salary I Should Ask for at a Job Interview

16 March 2021

What is much more important than getting a job is your salary. The salary can be a determining factor for accepting or declining a job. Sometimes, employees push the question of, "what salary are you seeking?" to you. It can be very tricky as you will want to get the highest pay without killing your shot at the job. Now comes the issue of what salary you should ask for at a job interview. Here are tips for answering the question.

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Making Money While Breaking Language Barriers

23 February 2021

The translation is becoming more critical as the need to communicate with various people around the world suffices. The need for global communication is arising as businesses, organizations, companies, and even countries are building international relationships. Different people, organizations, and governments speak different languages, creating the need for translation services.

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Must-Have Job Skills For 2021

4 February 2021

The year 2020 just passed, and it is safe to say that the year has been notably difficult for the majority of the population. Considering that 2020 involved both health and economic crisis due to the COVID – 19 pandemic, people find ways to make ends meet in what some call the ‘new normal’. One of the greatest changes and adjustments made in 2020 is shifting from an office-centered working environment to a notably remote work setup. Considering the changes that happened in 2020, aren’t you curious about what could be the skills and characteristics employers are looking for now in 2021? With that, here are some of the widely considered must-have job skills for 2021.

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How to Stay Productive While Working from Home

2 February 2021

There is so much uncertainty about the future, and with many people having to work remotely, the whole going to the office concept to work has altered too. For many people, this means that the office has moved into their living room!

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How Covid-19 changed the labor market in the world

8 January 2021

The coronavirus pandemic was primarily responsible for causing a global health crisis but it has quickly transformed into a labor market and economic problem as well. It has led to a worldwide job crunch of an unprecedented magnitude. As the massive pandemic keeps on evolving with little sign of relief all the assessments about the condition of the labor market are subject to uncertainty. It is even more uncertain to predict future developments in the labor markets.

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How to Be Successful As a Remote Sales Agent

18 December 2020

Remote working is a growing trend globally. In the last decade, there has been an 80% increase in the number of people who work from home. It is anticipated that about 76% of the young workforce will soon transition to remote working because remote working has a lot of benefits to offer as reported in a recent research study.

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Challenges Faced While Hiring Employees in Taiwan

19 November 2020

If you have a business that is planning to make a foray into the Taiwanese market, it may be a good idea to test the Taiwan market first before going for the establishment of your business. Here, we will learn about the significant aspects of hiring employees in Taiwan to try and make the process as straightforward as possible.

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Graduates, what should you know about your future salary?

29 September 2020

That to graduate is a test of maturity? At a certain moment in time, yes. The real test is the transition from student life to the carousel of working life. If you have just graduated, completed your studies or still have those landmarks in front of you, we will advise you on how to adapt yourself as quickly as possible to the world of earnings, payslips and salary negotiations.

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What is the position of front-line employees in the COVID-19 fight compared to the national average wage?

19 June 2020

A head nurse earns (with all his/her extras) almost as much as the total average salary in Slovakia. Their Czech colleagues are in a slightly better situation. They earn 16 % more per month than the national average. In Hungary, by contrast, head nurses earn significantly less than the national salary. The numbers of payroll websites supported by Paylab.com show the position of first-line employees in terms of salaries. To support the debate on the wages of key workers, a comprehensive wage analysis is now FREE for anyone interested.

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How and when to request a salary increase

5 June 2020

Subconsciously we associate salary increases with the end of the year, which is typically when companies conduct employee annual reviews. This is an opportunity for an objective and subjective assessment of successes achieved over the past year. There are many opportunities and reasons to request a salary increase, but they all have one thing in common: diligent preparation. Before you decide to request a salary increase, summarise all of the points that may help you to succeed. We’ve prepared a number of helpful tips for how to do just that.

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