Being Engaged at Work Is Not the Same as Being Productive

The holy grail of today’s workplace is high employee engagement. According to Gallup’s oft-cited research on the topic, just about one-third of U.S. employees are engaged on the job. That number drops to 13% worldwide, and has held steady for years. Many companies are investing heavily to identify what leads to high engagement in order to motivate employees, thereby increasing… Continue reading

What to Do When You’re the Target of a Hurtful Office Rumor

When Caroline moved to a new city to take on a job at a company she was thrilled to join, she was surprised when she had a hard time building friendships and positive relationships with her colleagues. A few months down the road, she found out why: Someone from her previous company had falsely told one of her new colleagues… Continue reading

Application, Rejection & Cancellation of Visit Visa & Limited Stay Visa

Application Procedure of Visit Visa and Limited Stay Visa The New Regulation sets out different application procedures for different types of procedures of visa applications. There are different kinds of procedures for: 1. visitor visas and limited stay visas submitted by foreign nationals to the Director General of Immigration; 2. visitor visas and limited stay visas submitted by sponsors of… Continue reading

Leaders Can Turn Creativity into a Competitive Advantage

In 1985, Peter Drucker made a hopeful case for an entrepreneurial society in which innovation and the creation of new businesses would more than compensate for job losses stemming from the retreat of manufacturing industries in the U.S. and other developed economies. Since then, the U.S. has increasingly come to rely on innovation and entrepreneurship to drive growth — but… Continue reading