Flexibility in the workplace I know stirs a lot of different perspectives of what this means and what this looks like across many organizations. It’s a common goal no matter what size your company is.
If you missed my last post on work/life balance which relates to this, check it out here.
As an employer, have you ever wondered or questioned where your company ranks when it comes to benefits or offering special perks that support flexibility and balance for your employee’s?
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I think every company and every one of us can relate to the idea of work/life balance. Companies promote how important work/life balance is for their organization, and many of us want to understand what this looks like when engaged in a job search and evaluating potential employers.
Everyone seems to have a perspective on how this should look and I’ve been asked this question plenty of times in my career. But one thing I do believe is we can all relate to trying to strike a balance no matter where you are in your life and what company you work for.
Continue reading “There is no work/life balance – there’s just balance”
At what point do we learn or KNOW who we are, and get it ‘right’ by aligning ourselves with the right job? What about aligning ourselves with the right company, working with the right people and doing meaningful work?
For me, this was something that I was hunting and searching for the longest time. I got out of school with my degree in HR and was determined to get a job that aligned to my degree. From there, I figured I would just continue to grow in my job, learn new skills, figure out with experience what I liked, what I didn’t like, etc. All the while, not even questioning that maybe I was just going through the motions and doing things that I didn’t necessarily think I should be doing, but more that I knew how to do, I learned to do and I would grow to enjoy.
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