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Wiggle Room. We Want It.

In almost every company I've worked for, they do an associate survey at some point during the year. One of those questions ALWAYS seems to be "Do you want more flexibility?" What a dumb question! Of course we do!

Well, wait a second. What'...

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Keep Yourself Relevant Even While On Leave

I have recently read an article about a soon to be mom who fixed her schedule so that she could be away from work for 10 weeks on maternity leave. And guess what her job is? A blogger.

A blogger needs to go on leave?

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Happy New You!

No, that is not a typo.  It reflects the fact that many of us feel the need to start fresh with our lives at the start of a New Year.  My last message...

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Daily Dilemmas: Are You a Time Thief?

With as much time as most of us spend at work, it's understandable that employees may need to conduct some personal business while in the office. But how much is too much? Take a step back and think about your work day. Are you stealing...

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