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5 tips for surviving working from home

1 April 2020

With the current situation, anyone who can work from home already is. These are safety measures that we’re all going to have deal with over the coming days and weeks. We’ve got a few practical tips for surviving in the home office.

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Parenthood in Europe – a Comparison of the Basic Conditions for Employees

12 March 2020

Pregnancy is supposed to be the happiest time of a mother-to-be’s life, but it can also be quite stressful. Naturally, a pregnant employee is constantly thinking about her unborn baby AND the responsibilities demanded at work. The last thing a pregnant mother wants to spend time worrying about is whether her job is safe after she has taken the entitled time off work to deal with her pregnancy and, eventually, the new child.

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Most effective strategies for saving money

6 February 2020

Saving money can help to significantly simplify your life. Savings give you financial freedom in unexpected situations, and regularly adding to your savings can help you take a more responsible approach to your finances. Having a bit extra in your account and watching it grow over time is certainly a better feeling than going into the red every month. We lookat the most effective saving methods to help you achieve financial independence.

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8 apps to help you save money

20 January 2020

Are you making full use of your smartphone? A smartphone shouldn’t be limited to calls, social networks and games. Fill yours up with apps designed to make your life easier and to help keep your finances in order. We can recommend some worth trying.

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How to handle end of year reviews

17 December 2019

If you have a review meeting with your boss before the end of the year, pay attention - we have some valuable tips to help you manage it confidently, even on the difficult topic of salary reviews.

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PR: Paylab offers salary reports for investors for jobs in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region

14 October 2019

The Paylab.com international salary portal launched a website offering downloads of regularly updated salary reports for jobs in Central and Eastern Europe. The portal uses machine learning technology built on an original statistical model to calculate salaries. Companies are only a few clicks away from detailed information on remuneration for specific jobs across a range of countries in Central Europe, the Balkans and the Baltics. Paylab has brought a solution to market for companies who need current salary data on demand. It is common practice for foreign entities planning their business activities in this region to buy salary reports.

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Professions that work with people will be much more valued in the future than they are today

9 October 2019

Paylab examined teachers’ salaries in detail and compared them to other selected jobs that involve working with people on a day-to-day basis, such as doctors, shop assistants and customer support staff. According to Paylab’s findings, the salaries paid to teachers in many countries, despite their education, don’t give them much reason to celebrate. Their standing is often comparable to the salaries of employees who have completed secondary level education. The trend, however, indicates that professions focused on working with people will be extraordinarily appreciated and desirable in the future. Manual labour and data may be automated, but working with people, which generates value, will be among the “professions of the future” and their price will continue to grow. 

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