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  • WHAT THE HECK IS A COPYWRITER?

    Every now and then, advertising agencies will ask to hire copywriters. You may have even met one and wondered if that person is another unemployed individual with a vague job title like the CEO of a Facebook called 'What I Ate Today'.

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  • Is your boss a Michael Scott?

    Are you fortunate enough to have a boss who’s as inspirational as Mr Scott?

  • What not to do in your undergrad years

    A good number of you adrenaline junkies out there doing your undergrads would find the idea of being advised with a “NOT-to-do” list borderline preposterous. After all, these four years encompass the firsts and lasts of a lot of carefree adventures.

  • 3 signs your work place is killing you

    Wondering if your workplace is getting to you? Here are the top three questions you should be asking yourself.

  • Epic fails: Jack Dorsey

    The founder of Twitter and biggest US mobile payment chip service, Square, faced a heavy blow when he was kicked out as CEO of the microblogging site for his poor management style.

  • Everything you wanted to know about post-grad in the UK

    The UK is a unique place for higher studies, particularly because the post-graduate courses here are mostly one-year programmes. This means you can get the same level of global qualification in half the time compared to most other places in the world.

  • The 5 most important choices you can make

    Turns out, humans are pretty lousy decision-makers. We fall victim to bias, let emotions cloud our judgment, and tire of making choices pretty quickly.

  • Managing talent in the new age economy

    Corporate houses are experiencing ever increasing changes and challenges in the new age economy. Innovation, creativity, brand new ideas, research and development, and managing changes have become common phenomenon. The work environment is forcing people to renew their competencies and commitments in order to make the necessary contributions and have a competitive edge.

  • Choices that haunt: Mike Jeffries

    The CEO stated in an interview that the store only wanted “thin and beautiful people” to shop with them. Jeffries came under fire for the comment stating its target market was only thin people.

  • The boomerang effect

    How to ensure a positive outcome when re-hiring former employees

  • 6 jobs that didn't exist 10 years ago [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Jobs exist now that we’d never heard of a decade ago.

  • Nurturing the hidden talents of our youth

    Passionate, forward-looking youth must be groomed and guided in order for them to contribute in the sector that best suits their skills, said experts at the 'Skills for middle-income Bangladesh: Preparing today's youth for tomorrow's challenges' roundtable on July 18, 2017.

  • Australian education for the price of a Bangladeshi degree?

    Why would you not want to attain a degree from one of the 43 world-class Australian universities, of which seven regularly feature in the world's top 100 universities according to Times Higher Education Rankings and QS World Universities Rankings?

  • What's the best country to work in? [INFOGRAPHIC]

    While every company is different, national statistics for wages, paid holidays, sick leave, compensation, work hours and the world happiness index can be good indicators of what's a good place to work.

  • The exercising entrepreneur [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Many of the world's top entrepreneurs consider physical fitness vital for their continued success.

  • Why Bangladeshi students should consider studying in Japan

    Japan is worth being considered a desirable study-abroad destination by more Bangladeshi students as it offers something students often seek: the opportunity to work in the foreign country they graduated from.

  • REALISING THE CULINARY DREAM

    While most of the world is busy embracing new businesses and startups, we often leave the artsy and creative stories out for the fag end.

  • Fourth industrial revolution survival guide for the average Bangladeshi

    With the buzz around Bangladesh becoming the next Asian Tiger economy, here are some of the skills crucial for Bangladeshis to remain competitive in the days to come.

  • Venture into your inner creative

    Here are the stories of three popular artistic ventures and how they came to be.

  • What does your desk say about you? [QUIZ]

    If someone walked by your desk, what would be the first word that would come to mind? Messy? Immaculate? Piles?

  • 6 ways to make the most out of your semester break

    Let's be honest here. You are not going to score an internship for the two-week vacation you get at the end of the term. Neither are you going to be partying 24/7. But that hardly means the entire vacation has to go to waste.

  • BKASH: TIP OF THE ICEBERG

    Like Bangladesh itself, bKash is a success story that few saw coming. But as big as it is, it is only a small part of a rising tidal wave of innovation: FinTech.

  • How to connect with emerging customer bases

    Nigel Hollis, Chief Global Analyst of Kantar Millward Brown, discussed and shared some valuable insights from over 30 years of experience in the marketing research with industry leaders from different sectors of Bangladesh.

  • 4 ways open offices do more damage than you think

    Despite the many benefits open offices are claimed to bestow, they can create more problems than they solve.

  • Redefining office culture in Dhaka

    Today's businesses thrive on beating mediocrity with innovations in every aspect of their work. Here are five such companies in Bangladesh which have successfully epitomised this practice.

  • The 10 best workplace incentives [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Free lunch? Unlimited holidays? Extra parental leave? These top brands bring your wildest dreams to life.

  • How Google plans for success

    Trying to decide what you want to achieve in the coming months? Find out how Google does it.

  • Wanted: Flat to rent for a young, single professional

    How do you go out there into the world and find a place to live, for example, if you are in a new area for a job, or you simply want to move out and try out the independent life? Here are some tips that will help you out.

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