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How to take PTO in the post-vaccine travel boom

Keep any feelings of guilt at bay As more workers end their remote-work saga and return to physical office spaces, some employees may feel guilty taking time off. People worry that there is no one on their team to do … Continue reading

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POWER

Rivals or competitors who assume they have the upper hand are about to be put right. But once it’s established that you’re overtaking them, you must avoid being perceived as patronising. True, developments are about to compensate for recent setbacks, … Continue reading

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Balance

Ongoing duties may have clashed with personal or social arrangements rather too often. However, you’ll gradually find a better balance between what you want to do and what’s expected of you. On occasion, you’ll still feel you’re being pulled in … Continue reading

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Flex Life

There are no alarms in the morning. Plus, now when I have to work late, I am still able to have diner, put the kids to bed and meet deadlines all that the same time. – Dana Levy  Positively Purging-I … Continue reading

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Strength in Power

“I know how to walk into a room and I know my power. Yes, I’m scared and sometimes wondering, what if they don’t listen, what if they don’t understand. Then I go back to my core values,” – Mia Dabney … Continue reading

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