How to Save Money in Nigeria After Payday: 16 Tips that Work

Master How to Save Money in Nigeria and More of What You Earn Is there a secret towards understanding how to save money in Nigeria after you get paid at work? The answer is no. It does not require magic. Rather, what is needed is an understanding of tips and strategies that make it easier

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14 Signs You Might Lose Your Job in the Next 6 Months

Hey! You Are About to Lose Your Job? Is it possible that you can lose your job and not see it coming? Of course, this is possible as made manifest by reports and incidents. Take for instance, did you know that as an employee, you could lose your job for misusing the internet? In some

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9 Jobs in Nigeria That Don’t Require a University Degree

You Can Work Without Going to School We can all agree that education is important. However, taking the traditional education route of attending a four-year university after secondary school can take a long time and is usually fairly pricey. For some, the traditional schooling system is not their forte and the idea of racking up

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6 Office Culture Tips Entrepreneurs Must Follow to Succeed

Impact of Office Culture on Employee Performance The presence or absence of a positive office culture within an organisation can determine how productive employees would be or if they would merely spend their time unproductively and still get paid at the end of the month. In Nigeria and the rest of the world, business owners

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6 Things You Must Do If You Get Sacked or Lose Your Job

What to Do If You Ever Get Sacked in Nigeria No one ever wants to get sacked. To get sacked from work is never a pleasant experience. In some cases,  individuals who get fired accept the decision by their employers in good faith. However, in certain scenarios, the situation hovers on the extreme to the

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Free Digital Facts Book: Getting Prepared for Opportunities

How the Digital Facts Book Can Impact Your Career DigitXplus, a specialist digital marketing agency, has released the second edition of its yearly publication; the Digital Facts Book, an industry accepted journal with credible information on digital platforms as a medium of information and facts for West and Central Africa. The Digital Facts Book forms

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Jobberman HR Breakfast: Discussing Topical Workplace Issues

In line with its reputation as the top choice for both job seekers and employers in Nigeria, Jobberman Nigeria has concluded arrangements for the 3rd edition of the Jobberman HR Breakfast with a venue set in Lagos. The event, which has been scheduled for November 24, 2016, at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos, will focus

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White House: Obama hosts Jobberman CEO, Eisenhower Fellows

President Obama hosts Jobberman CEO President Barack Obama recently welcomed 24 Eisenhower Fellows (EF); including Jobberman CEO, Ayodeji Adewunmi into the Oval Office of the White House in the United States during a meeting. The Eisenhower Fellows who visited the US president comprised of 24 ascendant mid-career leaders. The Eisenhower Fellowships’ 2016 Africa Program helped

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Volunteer and Make a Difference with Slum2School Africa

You see them every day; ragged and malnourished, dashing through streets begging for loose change or trying to sell you something. You look at them and wonder why they are not in school. What you don’t know is that they could be in school; if someone gave them the chance. According to the UNICEF report,

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Heineken Go Places Interview: Nigerian Breweries is Hiring

Frank Donga Takes His Job Search International in New Comedy Skit Dutch brewing company, Heineken has flagged off its global talent hunt campaign christened Heineken Go Places.. The campaign is powered by Nigeria’s pioneer brewer, Nigerian Breweries and is targeted at redefining the art of recruitment.     The campaign was recently unveiled at the

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Employment: How to Get Job Interviews Quickly in Nigeria

To understand how to get job interviews quickly in Nigeria, we will follow the short story of a Nigerian named Olumide. Olumide came out tops in his class with a First Class. Of course, he was excited and looked forward to his first job and his first salary. 24 months down the line, Olumide still

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