Thought provoking article. If you are an office worker past present or future, worth the read. Curious about reactions....
When you’re out there in today’s market trying to find employment you’re oblivious to others looking right along side of you. It can be intense, frustrating and depressing. Especially when you have a family to care for and bills to pay.
I find stepping back, re-evaluating your skill set and making changes to your key words helps. I recently found an old resume from 14 years ago that showcased skills I hadn’t used in some time and I do plan on... see more
I am living in ads it seem like I just don't have no life The only days that I have off is Mondays and Saturdays and Sunday and I barely get any rest or get any sleep so I can have off on Saturday and Sunday I should be able to spend time for myself and go do things and go out to eat and sit down that's about it and enjoy myself but you know when you got other things in the way and try to do what you got to do then it just seemed like nothing... see more
A big stress-producer for me as a home healthcare provider is maintaining a good work-life balance. It takes vigilant attention and discipline to follow-through with my commitments for interests outside of my home healthcare workday world. Personal discipline and scheduling is simple and sometimes it is not always easy to pull off. When I see to it that my life includes equal parts of recreation, family, fun, and down-time I bring a renewed and... see more
Successfully Managing Work Stress
It is normal to experience some workplace stress every now and then. This is especially true during periods when things are particularly busy or when various deadlines loom.
According to consulting firm Korn Kerry, employee stress levels are on the rise, climbing nearly 20% over the past three decades. A variety of reasons for this rise in stress include everything from technology changes to increased... see more
Anyone familiar with Pennsylvania? Single mom of 3 looking for a new career that gives more stability for my children and a easier work/home life balance.
To anyone whom was laid off or fired for what ever reason here’s my story...
I was a custodi for 20 years my shift was 6 am to 230 pm my district decided to change my shift to 6 pm to 230 am I was floored I tried the shift but it was a whole lifestyle change at 55 years old I just could not do... so I resigned my position .
Depressed and feeling betrayed I looked for 6 months for a different job but nothing that I applied for would call me for... see more
the shifts in the way they work were very convenient for my lifestyle if I couldn't work the morning the afternoon or the evening would have been available for the same day so it still wasn't a productive day regardless of me missing one shift I had an opportunity to make another one
Looking forward to engaging customers, keeping the shop spotless, following up on maintenance recalls, and managing an efficient filing system. I was a full time student during my tenure with Heralds Garage , so being able to earn money while being an exceptional student really kept me happy.
Working with my company for five years with no day off. I decided am going to request one day off in each week because of personal reasons. I was told i cannot get a day off and with my job description it is no entitled to me. I was surprised because i work from monday to Saturday everyday for 5 years without a day off however i was fired because I could not accept working without a day off. Many wont believe but its the honest truth now am... see more