I loved working at Roller Kingdom because the people that I have to work with are so kind and loving there wasn’t one time I felt left out. We did everything together as a team we are one big family and we don’t let people put us down and we stuck together. If you get the chance to work there you won’t regret it !! #coworkers #shareyourthoughts #aboutmyjob
Are you feeling anxious at work lately? Or do you feel that your coworkers have been more tense or sensitive? A study examines the post-COVID anxiety, uncertainty and irritability at the workplace. We are seeing lots of members talking about their fears and anxieties as well. What are your tips to cope with stress?
Here are a few suggestions to consider:
- ⏰Set up a routine to get back to work
- 🧩Figure out if this job the right fit for your personality if it’s causing too much stress
- 🎁Show care and support for people around you with some gift giving ideas that won’t break your bank
Do you feel stressed lately? How do you cope with it or how do you want to be supported?
First and foremost, a "scab" is a wound covering. If a company's employees are striking and you need the work, you take it. I did once and had to walk thru picket lines at Paramount Studios. It wasn't pleasant, but their loss was my gain and I was offered a perm position when it was over. You are under no obligation to sympathize with them. Yes, it's hard but I come first...not a union #shareyourthoughts
I get it, work is work and when you need to get paid, you do the job, but I'm not sure I would want to work as a scab. A scab is someone who works for a company while its usual workers are out on strike. Saw this article about recruiting scabs and wondering if YOU'D WORK AS A SCAB? #shareyourthoughts in the comments.
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Did you hear?? Santa Clause may not be coming to your town this year 🎅
Reports show that there has been a significant spike in demand this year, but a decrease in those willing to be a Santa's helper.
"Santas are typically older men who are in a higher risk category for complications if they contract COVID-19. That has some hanging up their beard and boots."
So it seems that no matter how naughty or nice you've been this past year, Santa may not be hurrying down any chimneys this holiday season...
What are YOUR thoughts on this nationwide Santa Shortage?? Share in the comments below!
I just had a baby and have been on maternity leave. I want to use this window to transition my career. It’s been nerve wracking doing the search while caring for the little one. And at the same time I’m nervous about being presentable in the interviews and keeping a low profile with my current job. It’s a lot of stress! Did anyone have similar experiences to transition successfully during leaves? How do you stay sane?