Samod Biobaku is a Nigeria-based writer and blogger. Samod has written and edited for The SUN, Punch, Newswatch, Ringier Nigeria, Bigsam Media, Nigerian Bulletin, Simply SAMAD, Swish Interativ, Hello Nigeria, National LIFE, iCampus, PottersPerspective, Private Property and Cheki

Survey reveals Nigerian Graduates are Grossly Underpaid

Study shows Nigerian graduates are under-compensated A study by Stutern, an online platform that connects interns with employers, has revealed that Nigerian graduates are grossly underpaid by local companies in the country but that’s not all. The report also indicates that graduates from Covenant University are the most employable in Nigeria. Graduates getting a raw

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How Linda Ikeji Revolutionised Blogging jobs in Nigeria

How Linda Ikeji inspired a new generation of bloggers About 15 years ago, blogging jobs were not as popular as they have become today in Nigeria. Back then, blogs were mostly perceived as personal online diaries. Today, this perception has changed. More Nigerians now consider blogging jobs to be lucrative and infinitely promising. The question

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SWITCH to a Career in Tech in Less Than 3 Months

Get a 90% chance of getting instant employment Today’s Labour market remains as competitive as ever and there’s no better time to possess a tech skill. With the proliferation of tech-enabled businesses in Nigeria, the demand for individuals with programming skills is on the rise, which provides a huge opportunity for job seekers in Nigeria.

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Benefits of Modern Office Design to Nigerian Employees

Reasons you should have an innovative workspace As an employer, when choosing and designing your office or workspace for your employees, you should settle for something that would be beneficial to your brand, your employees and your company culture. Times have changed. The workforce has evolved. Your employees are no longer individuals who can be

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Effective Techniques of Staying Happy at Work

Discover how to become happier at work Happy employees are more productive at work. When you are happy at work, your level of productivity increases by 12%. What does this mean for you as an employee? It means that to perform optimally at work, you have to be happy. To put this into perspective, a

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How to make Your Company One of the Best Places to Work

Is your organisation such a great place to work? Have you seen our list of the best places to work in Nigeria? Want to get on the list next year or improve your ranking as an employer? To make it you should know your employees and their needs, their lifestyle preferences and the things that

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6 Signs You Are Dealing with Excessive Stress at Work

Early Symptoms of workplace stress overload Between 2015 and 2016, stress at work accounted for 37% of all work-related ill health cases. It was also responsible for 45% of all working days lost due to ill health. The ironic side of work stress is that you might be experiencing a lot of mental and physical

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Bad Habits at Work That Hurt Your Productivity

Ugly workplace habits that make you unproductive As an employee, you want to ensure that you stay productive and one of the ways to achieve this is to work smarter with as little distraction as possible. However, one of the biggest obstacles that lie on your journey is bad habits that kill your productivity. Bad

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Jobberman Best 100 Companies to Work For in Nigeria 2016

Which organisations are the leading brands to work for? Jobberman has reviewed the list of the best places to work in Nigeria to provide a comprehensive rating of employee satisfaction and commitment to different employers in Nigeria. Below is an infographic of the 100 companies that made the 2016 list at a glance. The 3rd

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Unhappy Employees Should Not be Taken For Granted

Disgruntled employees are ticking time bombs As an employer, the capacity of unhappy employees to hurt your organisation should never be taken for granted or handled with levity. The reason is simple. Disgruntled employees are unhappy, unproductive, lack motivation, less likely to channel their energy towards achieving the goals of the organisation, and risk spreading

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