Two months ago, I did a brief cross-sectional #survey for employees on their work preference after the Lockdown (Read: #WFH) in Klang Valley. It comprise Private and Public Sector. The survey collected 498 useable data/respondents. Among the main findings is as shown in the bar chart below Note: Satellite refer to multiple hubs (can be … Continue reading Freedom to Dictate Your Life and Being Productive
Decision made today affects us later. Making the decision that does not look in all areas thinkable is the first mistake a person can make. Some might think we need a high IQ (Intelligence) to make the best decision. That is not true according to research that states critical thinking is more important than IQ … Continue reading How being critical helps our decisions
Populations pyramid types One of the take away from the book Upheaval by Jared Diamond is the world population growth issue is no longer truly a serious issue. Among the reasons for it can be credited to the progress made in the technology that relates to food production (agriculture) and the health sector. As societies have access to … Continue reading Why Workplace Diversity is Inevitable?
No one so far has lived longer than 122 - the age reached by chain-smoking Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment in 1997 Life as we know it is not the same. Cliché I know, but if you think about it, especially for those who have been around at least for the past 50 years, would know that … Continue reading Is having a longer life good for a country?
In recent years, there has been much talk on the incivility of societies. Incivility is neither isolated to a specific country nor a society. It is a global phenomenon that has been building up. One of the major concerns of incivility is its rise in the workplace. My first encounter with workplace incivility was very … Continue reading Incivilities is rising
Work life balances? On average, we spend approximately 35% percent of our waking hours in the workplace (conscious mind minus the sleep), meaning approximately 35% of our time from the age of 18 to 60 or 65 years, we are with other individuals that are not our direct family (spouses, children, siblings and relatives). Professor Michael Aamodt … Continue reading Making the most of your life through your work