Hard Work vs Smart Work
Hard Work is when one does some work dedicatedly. Smart work is when someone does the same amount of work, but faster and more efficiently.
Labor vs Labour
The way the word is spelled depends on the where and by whom the text was written. British English (the more popular) uses the spelling ‘labour’, while American English did not see the reason for the ‘u’ and...
Holiday vs Vacation
Holiday refers to a special day that is to be celebrated, which is why most people have the day off from work, school, or any thing else. Vacation, on the other hand, refers to a time when normal activities,...
H1 Visa vs H1B vs L1 Visa
H1 visa is a special visa that allows U.S.-based employers to hire foreign employees to work for them. The H-1B visa is a type of H1 visa that offers all the same benefits as the H1 visa, but this type of visa...
Coaching vs Mentoring
Coaching and mentoring are two similar development techniques generally used at work in order to improve an individual’s performance and skills. Coaching is often of short term, whereas mentoring tends to be...