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Should You Give Tips In Restaurants?

In this post, I have, in my own ways, tried to light up on the methods and results of giving tips in restaurant – how they affect the working potential of the waiter and what should be the right amount of tip to ensure that giving it away won’t affect the waiter in an adverse manner, and in doing so, I have to the best of my limits, tried to balance a customer’s morals as a human and a waiter’s work ethics in a situation of giving and receiving tips. 325 more words

Fruitfulness in the Workplace

Trivia:

Did you know that in a report by Gallup, a polling organization in Washington D.C. only 13% of employees around the world are engaged in their jobs?

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The Beauty of Sharing

I was reading a book called Lean In, by the amazing female figure Sheryl Sandberg , the book has nothing to do with my main subject expect when I came cross the writer example about a female getting their husband advice regarding a certain issue in her life, made me realise how important to have someone we trust to get their advice regarding any issue in our life. 698 more words

Advice

Do it with passion or not at all...

For a few weeks now, I’ve been thinking so hard if I should stay or go. How hard it is to decided because I am trying to build a career for my future, and for my partner’s future too. 414 more words

Is it fair to offer unpaid internships?

… and is it reasonable to settle for one?

The question of internships remains a hot topic. For many student it is a necessity to break through to the “real” labor market, gain valuable and necessary experience and in some cases a mandatory part of their education.

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Getting past your excuses

If you really want something, you will find a way. If you don’t, you will find an excuse and then you will live with that excuse every day of your life. 126 more words

Work Ethics

Work Advice - Quotes

“Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat.
Concentrate on your strengths, instead of your weaknesses… on your powers, instead of your problems.”

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Work Ethics