Tag Archives: flexibility

Work Adjustment

Loving your career is all about finding the good bits and amplifying them. Most jobs can be broken into two main parts: the work itself and the team. When you enjoy both, it’s hard to be miz, but when you … Continue reading

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How Long is too Long to Stay at a Job ?

  The title alone How Long is Too Long to Stay in A Job? took me down memory lane. I worked at a company for over a decade as a receptionist. The position allowed flexibility and plenty of down time … Continue reading

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Wednesday

Take a midweek break. Summer may have you dreaming of long weekends but researcher’s have found that the best day to take off is actually Wednesday. It interrupts the forced rhythm of the nine to five giving you an extra … Continue reading

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Small Business

Were in a tight labor market, and entrepreneurs must be smart about what they offer new employees. New hires want to know: How is this company helping me plan for my future, helping with my wellness? These questions don’t just … Continue reading

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Recruiting

Companies have gotten very good at providing creature comforts to developers- they have candy, free lattes, free massages- but if you ask developers what  they want, it’s a quiet place to work, with a door that closes, and more flexibility … Continue reading

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