Sarah Heßler is a bilingual Content Writer at JOIN. She is a curious person and enjoys writing about HR and Recruitment topics from many different perspectives. However, her favourite topics are interpersonal and psychological matters affecting the daily work life. In her spare time, she plays out her creativity while baking or cooking for her beloved ones or crafting fancy home decorations on her sewing machine!
Constructive criticism is the most useful way to criticise. In this article, you will learn why constructivism is important, what you need to bear in mind, and how to use it effectively.
Everyone knows the usual productivity hacks like creating to-do lists or setting goals… Instead, we’ve looked at five alternative concentration boosters that can give your team’s productivity a gentle nudge.
Personality types can be used to derive insight into working methods, teamwork, skills, adaptability, and much more. But does it really make sense to put employees into pigeonholes? Let’s find out!
Employee engagement is much more than just a buzzword. Find out how to proactively and sustainably improve employee engagement in your workplace, following these simple steps.
Rejecting is sometimes difficult — and so is the question whether you should communicate the reason. We reveal 5 good reasons why you shouldn't miss out on post-rejection feedback and add a few useful do's and don'ts on top.
Lateral leadership ensures encounters at eye level, while hierarchical leadership relies on classic authority. But which of the two works better? JOIN reveals the answer.