Don't Let Your Workplace Injury Take Away Your Shine!

Don't Let Your Workplace Injury Take Away Your Shine!

If you’re a fierce and dedicated career woman, it’s likely that you pour your heart and soul into what you do. You recognize the efforts of trailblazing women throughout history who have suffered and toiled to change attitudes and institutions just so that you can have a job. You have labored on despite the inequities of the workplace, the casual misogyny that all-too-often goes unchallenged in the break room or the gender pay gap that could (according to the World Economic Forum) still take over 200 years to close. Thus, when a workplace injury leaves you unable to do your job on a long term or even a short term basis, it can be a huge blow.

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Is It Time You Embraced Change?

Is It Time You Embraced Change?

Are you a self-confessed creature of habit? Are you used to a routine, or have you been doing the same job or living in the same place for as long as you can remember? There’s nothing wrong with the familiar, but sometimes, it’s beneficial to embrace change. If you feel like you’re in a rut, or you’d like to be a little more adventurous, here are some suggestions you may find helpful.

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Bouncing Back After a Job Loss

Bouncing Back After a Job Loss

When you lose your job, there is a rainbow of emotions to be felt. Some people feel relieved – perhaps they hate their job and were looking to leave regardless. I was one of those.  Having gone through this when a major downsize meant I lost a job that I had grown to hate anyway.  Others panic, and this is the most common reaction. You need your job to keep living and earning money, and when that’s taken away from you, you immediately see all the things in your life that you can no longer afford, and you have no idea how you’re going to bring more money to the table.

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