Many people believe that mass communications is related solely to journalism, with those who graduate from the course falling into careers that revolve around the news industry. While it is true that a course in mass communications can land you a job as a newspaper writer or a news anchor, there are lots of different job options for the eager mass communications graduate. Most, if not all, of the universities and colleges in Malaysia offer mass communications because it’s a popular course among students. But not all of these students understand the true potential they earn when they graduate with a degree in mass com...read more
Developing a Competitive Advantage to Win at Managing the New Age Workforce – A Guide for HR Specialists
With the changing times, employers and human resource managers are struggling to find ways to manage the new age workforce. Satiated by millennials, professional behaviors have shifted and employee satisfaction and performance now rest on completely different factors. For many HR personnel, figuring out the right strategies for employee engagement can be a monumental roadblock, but it doesn’t really have to be that way. Find out how you can win at managing your new age workforce by following these 3 concise tips.
- Create Value – When employees see that there’s value in the duties they perform at work beyond just what they earn, they feel much more willing and motivated to keep going and doing their best. Value exists in many forms, but how can HR create value for a business to captur...
Thailand is one of the most amazing travel destinations in Southeast Asia. Not only are the people friendly, the country also boasts a wonderful culture that can be experienced in so many different ways. If you’re planning to travel to Thailand and you’re the adventurous type, check out these six unique ways for you to further explore the place and experience Thai culture:
- Thai festivals. There are many theme festivals celebrated throughout the year in Thailand. Some of the festivals and celebrations worth taking part in include Loi Krathong (usually celebrated in November), Chiang Mai Flower Festival (usually celebrated in February), Sweet Tamarind Fair, Mae Hong Son Winter Feast, and Chinese New Year...
As much as you want to keep your wedding gown, the reality is it can take up so much space. Sometimes, keeping it after the wedding can be such a chore. This is also why many brides opt to rent wedding gowns instead of having it custom made.
Anyway, whether you bought one off the rack or hired a top designer for the event, you might be thinking of what to do with your wedding gown after the big day. To help you with that, here are some things you can do:
Sell it Of course, you can’t sell it for the exact amount you bought. But there are many shops that buy dresses at competitive prices. For example, a wedding gown rental in Singapore might purchase your gown. Selling a beloved gown is not always easy for many women...read more
When it comes to your family, there really is no such thing as “too safe.”
Through the years, pathogens and contaminants have changed and evolved making them much more resilient and significantly more dangerous. That’s why a lot of the common practices that used to be considered safe are now perilous to our families’ health. For instance, drinking water straight from the tap can cause a lot of different diseases and health conditions because water sources are no longer as clean as they used to be.
- Clean, Safe Drinking Water – Water purifiers work to eliminate toxins, harmful components, pathogen...