workflow

Workflow explores the everyday lives of every career imaginable.Whatever your job or position may be, your story has a unique way to be told and shared.

  • Amelia Emma
    Published a day ago
    Five Phases of the Project Management Lifecycle

    Five Phases of the Project Management Lifecycle

    Project management is the key to clinging to your budget and targeted date while putting the most essential tasks at the forefront of the company. Despite the type of project the team is planning, each project undergoes the same set of stages. Though each project requires its own collection of distinctive tasks and processes, they all follow a similar structure. There is always a start, a core, and an ending. This is known as the project lifecycle.
  • Heward
    Published a day ago
    Why Are Certificate Translation Services Essential?

    Why Are Certificate Translation Services Essential?

    Nowadays, the translations that are prepared often require official purposes, such as using in court or supporting immigration applications. For all these cases, the translations are needed to be certified as it adds an aspect of formality. It provides assurance to all the parties involved in the process, which has been translated by certified professionals. The professionals hired for certificate translation services must possess the necessary knowledge, qualifications, and experience to carry out the work to a high standard.
  • Camille 👑
    Published 6 days ago
    COVIDiaries: How I Really Feel About Working From Home

    COVIDiaries: How I Really Feel About Working From Home

    We're almost at the end of Day 12 of everyone's self-quarantine journey due to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak. People have been stuck in their homes either working, finding some things to keep themselves busy, or just chilling.
  • Samantha Sabio
    Published 7 days ago
    The Moment I Realized I Had Become My Work

    The Moment I Realized I Had Become My Work

    I love what I do. Writing has always been my great love and the idea of spending the rest of my life creating content like this fills me with so much excitement at all the projects I have yet to come. Finding a way to turn something you love into something you can do for a living isn't a luxury everyone has. So I'm incredibly grateful I've found a way to mold the two.
  • Shamar
    Published 7 days ago
    Working Full-Time for the First Time

    Working Full-Time for the First Time

    Everybody lives in the hope of winning the lottery, marrying somone rich or just stumbling across a large amount of cash in the middle of the street. Unfortunately, that is nothing more than just a dream and for the vast majority of us working full-time is something that we are going to be doing for the foreseeable future. I want to share with you my experience of stepping into my first full-time job at the age of 21 and my personal transition from university to the world of 9-5.
  • annabelvarvara
    Published 11 days ago
    Untaught Lessons in Science Research.

    Untaught Lessons in Science Research.

    If you were to ask anyone who knows me, they’d tell you that I was always going to be a scientist. There was never any doubt in my mind that it was the only career path for me. A career in science research is a career that works in the unknown, a career that literally keeps you on your feet, and a career that occupies and challenges the mind. ‘Perfect!’ I would think, as I worked my through my Medicinal Chemistry degree and multiple research internships. Now full disclaimer here, I love my work and I wouldn’t change a thing if I had the chance to, but I’ve certainly encountered some things that they don’t teach you at university.
  • Brendon
    Published 14 days ago
    Chef Poophead

    Chef Poophead

    ‘If you’ve ever met a psycho, you’ll know what I mean’.
  • Brendon
    Published 14 days ago
    Cafe Fig Tree

    Cafe Fig Tree

    Cafe Fig Tree was located in the Hills District area, known for its super conservative suburbs and money. It was a lovely atmosphere, downstairs it opened up into a huge seating area that had willow trees that hung over the water. The koi fish in the pond were old and large and worth a fortune. Many times, I thought about stealing those fish and selling them on the black market, but I lack the criminal contacts and can do. Quite frankly I think I would stagnate at low level street hooker if I tried to make it in the criminal world and my ego would never allow me to be a poorly paid prostitute, so there we have it, the reason I am the respectable citizen you see before you is because I’m a combination of lazy, un-connected and have an elevated sense of my own dignity. That and my driving pretty much guaranteed the fish would be dead from terror before I left the car park.
  • Creative Writing
    Published 16 days ago
    Working from home: Tips and Tricks

    Working from home: Tips and Tricks

    As an increasing number of people are turning to work from home options whether as freelancers or regular employees, it is important to remember that working from home can be different from working in an office. That said, it is very doable and here are a few tips that can help you get on track with working from home. Take and leave them as they might serve you. You will figure it out as you go what works best for you.
  • travis burns
    Published 17 days ago
    Stagehands

    Stagehands

    Stage Production and Events
  • Matthew Heneghan
    Published 21 days ago
    Needles And Nightmare

    Needles And Nightmare

    It was a low-rise shit hole. At least, that’s how we described it. In reality, it was someone’s home. A home I was now standing within. My eyes took in the out of date décor and sparse furniture that casually lay about this place. Decades of old cigarette smoke clung to the walls like a cancerous veneer. Overturned beer cases had been repurposed as makeshift end-tables and dining tops. The place was carpeted throughout—if you can call what we were standing on “carpet.” It was more akin to a matted layer of congealed fibers belonging to a mortally wounded living space. No buoyance left whatsoever.
  • Maurice Bernier
    Published about a month ago
    The Unfair World!!!!

    The Unfair World!!!!

    Hi! Just look at me. If you and I were to pass each other on the street, you'd never know what I am made of. No, I am not trying to be funny. I am very serious.