The idea of “going to work” can often carry a negative connotation. When someone says they have to work, it usually brings up images of sitting in front of a computer for 9 hours every Monday to Friday. That doesn’t always have to be the case because there are many ways you can introduce innovation into your own work-life and keep things interesting for yourself. These are tried and tested methods by the Supahands team so you know you’re in good hands!
“Data-driven” means decisions/actions that are driven by data. In other words, a person can use a set of acquired data as evidence to aid in his/her decision-making process, instead of relying on “gut feeling”.
The concept of “Data-driven” has long started since the 90s, when large corporations used it for more specialized purposes to aid in their management and operations decisions. Fast forward to today with the introduction of big data, Internet of Things (iOT), and tons of free analytic tools, this concept has evolved to be crucial for improving efficiency, not only for businesses, but also for mass consumers and startups as well. Essentially it is possible to acquire data for anything today, even the status of a tyre or the least favourite TV channel, allowing any Tom, Dick, and Harry to adopt this concept in their lives. Continue Reading
Social media penetrates our lives on a daily basis. In fact, as of April 2017, there are almost 2,000 million users on Facebook alone, making it the most popular social network in the world. In terms of reach, it’s definitely the place to go to if you want to be seen. However, you won’t be the only one thinking that. So here are some of the tried and tested ways we used in order to reach through the noise, speak to our clients and users, thus reaching our business objectives.
Being a stay-at-home parent is a full-time job that doesn’t come with a full-time paycheck. Thankfully, there are ways to earn money without leaving the house or sacrificing your time with the kids. However, it is hard to swim through all the information and scams that are on the internet when looking for a solid way to do so. With that in mind, we put together a list of unique jobs that are perfect for stay-at-home mums (or dads).
So, you are looking for a part-time gig, but you are also well aware about the many scams for part-time jobs that are prevalent out there. Well, why not work with us as a SupaAgent? Don’t worry, we’re very different from whatever you’ve been seeing out there. Supahands offers a chance to have a rewarding side gig to people, who want the benefits of working remotely and in their own time. Without a doubt, it will indeed be a wise choice. You can read more about what makes us legit in our previous article.
Have you been feeling groggy and unrested, which leads to an unproductive day at work? There are several things you can easily do to improve your current sleep, even if you don’t feel like you’re having trouble sleeping. Here are some of the most basic, yet critical hacks from Bulletproof that will help you upgrade both the quality and quantity of sleep that you get in a night.
No matter how great your organisation’s vision and mission are, your business can’t move forward without good talent, who are happy with their jobs. Happy employees will result in better productivity and engagement, as well as less absenteeism, stress and burnout. So, it’s important for you as an employer to ask yourself – are your employees happy at work?
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Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO (who’s also a design thinking mastermind) said that thinking like a designer can transform the way you develop products, services, processes and even strategy. So, what exactly is design thinking? How do you implement design thinking to identify and execute opportunities for your company’s growth and innovation?
With a sample of Young Global Leaders from The World Economic Forum, The Empathy Business recently releases its 2016 Empathy Global Index. According to the research, social media giant, Facebook, is at the first spot in this year’s index. Some of you (if not all) might ask, “What’s the big deal?” or “What does it have to do with business?”
If you’re still in the dark, empathy is a powerful appendage of sensories for understanding the experiences of those around us. This soft skill will help you as a leader and boost your business in the long run.
With that, here are our top reasons for why empathy is important for businesses;
According to the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organisation (WHO), 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced or will experience either physical and/or sexual violence in their life. As an effort to change the perceptions about the root cause of this issue, the All Women’s Action Society (AWAM) held its White Ribbon Run for the fourth year in collaboration with the Canadian High Commission in Malaysia. We, Supahands, also worked together with the organisation to support the cause and raise awareness about gender violence.