Brain Drain – An Obstacle in Development

brain drain

I always believed that, living with your family at your home country is a blessing, if you are satisfied with what you were expecting out of yourself and what you have achieved. Many people say that “we don’t want to move abroad, even if we find better opportunity”. And on the other side many of […]

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How to Make The Interviewer Want to Hire You?

Hire me please!

I  have  been  talking  to  several  recruiters,  hiring  managers  and  human  resource  managers  about  how  they  conduct  interviews  and  I  have  learned  that  the  best  person  for  a  job  is  often  not  the  one  that  ends  up  of  being  considered.  The  hired  candidate  is  often  the  job-seeker  who  does  the  best  job  in  responding  to  […]

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Work Smarter, Not Harder – Tips to Get More Success at Work

Success comes when you Work smart, not hard

In the evening, while offices get closed, often the roads get jam because of traffic, and in these irritating moments, some people won’t stop blowing up their car’s horns, which shows their level of frustration and if you ask them to please don’t make it noisy they reply, “ap ko kia g? mein jo marzi […]

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Breaking the Barriers to Female Empowerment

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I have graduated with a professional degree in Media and Communication and am currently working with a British-German Company as GROW (Graduate Outreach for Women) Manager. Despite a lot of advancements that we see in the world of today, with women excelling in almost every field of work, I still find a lot of gender […]

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Role of Employer and Employee in Balancing Work-life

work-life balance

In a cozy evening, you are with family for a picnic and the phone bell rings with “Office Calling” displayed on your mobile screen and you are literally tortured. Suddenly, question arises in your mind; is technology giving ease to lives or it is taking peace out of life? Do we live to work or […]

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“New Year, New Start” in 3 Easy Steps

New year - new start - fresh start

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”   Arthur Ashe Let’s take an example of a brand new car and a used car – A new car is smooth, cozy and gives better mileage, whereas a car that is used 5 to 7 years is weak and perform poorly, but […]

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Wonders of informal lunch gatherings at office

Lunch at office

How would you feel if one of your colleagues brings you “Macaroni” for the lunch?? Well, most of us would be astonished for being provided with such delicious opportunity at workplace – in busy working schedules. But, here, Macaroni is not the topic to discuss, it’s the environment, culture, and behaviors that can be molded […]

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National Disaster – Nation’s Responsibility?

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What December the 16th, 2014 showed us at Peshawar was far more tragic then what we saw on the same day of 1971. To some extent, 1971 was an event which we saw coming but we never thought of, what came on us in 2014. The news initially broke was with the martyrdom of three […]

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Daily Life – Am I Tackling it Right?

how to deal with change

Not getting your routine work done effectively? Feeling low on energy or feeling “something is missing” in the morning to start your day, just because you could not get 6 or certain hours of sleep last night? Yes, that happens to all of us! Whether we got stuck out in traffic and arrived late at […]

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Is it ok to be little curious at work?

curiosity at work

Lately, I have been wondering if that’s ok to be curious at work – and if it’s really OK then what is the extent of the curiosity that is acceptable and is considered positive instead of negative? The most interesting fact is, I myself, didn’t know that I was actually a curious person until I […]

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