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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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over 6 months ago

I'm telling you the truth (Must Read)

Sometimes, in life we can unknowingly miss the mark between doing things, and not saying certain things to impress upon the heart.

Someone said, "what we do can impact the day - what we say can change the world."

Listen carefully, don't miss the mark in 2024, tell your children these two powerful life-changing words:

//////////////// !YOU CAN! ////////////////

Really, "great mornings begin with what you say."

I Believe You Can...!

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As a career coach, here are a few tips for managing work/life balance and minimizing distractions from small children while working remotely:

  1. Establish a schedule: Create a structured daily routine that allows for dedicated work hours and time to engage with your children.
  2. Set boundaries: Clearly communicate your work hours to your family, creating a physical or visual barrier if needed.
  3. Find child care solutions: Consider enlisting family members, hiring a babysitter, or exploring options like daycare or part-time preschool, even if it's just for a few hours a day.
  4. Utilize flexible work arrangements: Talk to your employer about flexible work options, such as adjusted hours or compressed workweeks.
  5. Leverage technology: Use tools like Jobcase, along with other job search platforms, to find remote work opportunities that offer flexibility for caregivers. Remember, finding the right balance takes time and experimentation. Stay positive, be patient, and don't hesitate to seek support from other working parents through online communities and resources like Jobcase. Best of luck! #careercoach #remotework
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Kristin Adair
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over 6 months ago

To land a job at #Children'S Medical Center Of Dallas (Dallas, TX) I would make sure to...

Be the squeaky wheel! Check in on your talent acquisition personnel often.

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Diane Diaz
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over 6 months ago

I really loved working for #Children's Medical Services because...

The camaraderie that I had with upper management and my co-workers was priceless. At times we all used to get together to go bowling, miniature golfing and other fun outdoor activities.

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Victoria Touahria
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over 6 months ago

Something I learned at #Children’s hospital of O.C ...

That children make better patients then adults !

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Charmaine Williams
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over 6 months ago

We at Children's Academy are a hard working family

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Jakala Williams
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over 6 months ago

I loved watching my little cousins , because it was fun & not going to lie it was a hard process at first because I was young myself at the time , but now I’m focused more now than ever #teenjobs #jobsearch #part-time #children # #application # #education #advice #wantingtoworkforchildren

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Ashley Privett
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over 6 months ago

I felt proud to work for #Children’s Advocacy Center when...

We interviewed children that had been sexually or physically abused. We followed the victim and the non offending caregiver from the beginning all the way to the prosecution process. We counseled them and provided resources to better help them in the recovery journey. It was always a good day when we truly knew we helped a victim and made sure they felt safe and wouldn’t be a victim again.

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Michael Reed
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over 6 months ago

After 19 years and 4 months all i can remember is every thing is confidentiality that's funny a great place for children and adults to grow up.

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Inez Scott
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over 6 months ago

I love to see the smiles on kids faces.

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