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Hi Lifehacker, I have recently started working for an organisation that is still finding its feet. Over the years, there have been various mistakes in communication. Unfortunately, those mistakes have resulted in a lot of resentment between members of the organisation. No one party is entirely in the wrong, but none is entirely right either, it seems.
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With the Brexit and other world events shaking up the global economy, organisations may be bracing themselves for hard times ahead. While we often hear about staff cuts as a way businesses reduce cost in a dour economy, some companies may opt to reduce the money they pay to workers instead. Is that even legal? Aren’t there laws around protecting your wage? Let’s find out.
Imposter syndrome is complicated. Sure, it’s not always a bad thing, but it can get in the way and keep you from doing stuff, which is annoying. Here’s something to think about next time you feel like an imposter: you have the advantage of a fresh perspective.
If you want to find success in the tech space, you need to get noticed first. This is easier said than done when you happen to be an introvert. Networking, marketing and cementing business relationships all involve a great deal of social interaction, usually in unfamiliar environments filled with noise and strangers. Fortunately, there are various tactics you can employ to make your path to success somewhat smoother. This infographic lists 13 famously introverted tech leaders and the strategies they employed to get ahead.
Weta Digital. You may have heard of this visual effects company based in Wellington, New Zealand. It’s co-owned by Peter Jackson and most famous for doing the digital special effects work for the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Avatar and many more films. It is by far one of the most successful businesses to have come out of New Zealand and one of the factors that contribute to its success is it’s willingness to go the extra mile for its clients. Sounds cliché but one Weta executive explains why it’s worth doing so.