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Jen Selverian 34m
Working parents: Should you be doing more for your kids? Here's the compelling case for doing less. Check out this recent TEDx Talk by Derek Correia.
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Jenn Williams Jun 12
Summer log, day 3: Nerves frayed, routines non-existent, work piling up, food supply disappearing rapidly, the Grandma fleeing in panic and prayer for what she has witnessed, her expectations of everyone's survival low
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Trapeze HR Jun 16
Flexibility at work is increasing being sought after by men in the workplace, yes we still place predominantly women but the interest and application rates from men for our flexible roles is steadily increasing.
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Talking Talent Jun 13
We surveyed more than 5,000 in Asia-Pacific. These things were clear: •Men are facing a paternity paradox •Parent guilt is felt by mothers & fathers •Mothers & fathers find parenthood difficult due to workplace demands
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Circle In Jun 16
“Partnering with is a no brainer. It means we can amp up our support of our to the next level,” said Susan Karson, MLC Life Insurance Chief People Officer. We are thrilled to welcome you to our Circle. Read more:
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Sara Lobkovich Jun 14
I'm absolutely loving this podcast episode. So much truth in here about what's hard about agency life and client service. And as a stepmom I'm more dad than mom, so it's really refreshing to hear from a parent-figure I relate with.
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Morgan Lamandre Apr 4
Tonight was the first night I used campaign funds for childcare. My hubby was coming home late from Lafayette for work, and I had a fundraiser. Our victory at the Ethics Bd really is a game changer for working parents wanting to run for office.
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Richard Horton Jun 13
My daughter made this lovely Father’s Day card for me. I do like my job and I do participate our agile working practices/culture so it is a bit concerning that she says my favourite place is ‘work’. More concerning than her writing that I have ‘no’ hair.
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The Return Hub Jun 9
"Gender pay gap will be harder to close if parents feel unable to share caregiving responsibilities". via
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Circle In Jun 12
Today we welcome MLC Life Insurance to our Circle. Congratulations for your commitment and leadership towards all . Read more at here:
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parentscheme Jun 14
When childcare can cost more than a mortgage, becomes important. A bit of support can help improve their financial wellness.
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parentscheme 16h
Many feel anxious about returning to work after parental leave. Coaching techniques can help employees build a personalised, realistic strategy for the big return to work.
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Beamrecruit Jun 13
Go working mums , proving you are wonderful role models . You are shaping our future generations .
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Mumager Jun 15
Could you wear the same outfit to work every day? It could reduce decision fatigue and free up brain power for other things would you give it a go and follow in the footsteps of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg ? 👕
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Code4Nord Jun 14
Replying to @Code_4_Nord
And playing with our whole families! Happy people build great
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Talking Talent Jun 13
68% of in Asia feel work pressures negatively impact their ability to be the parent they want to be. Is this effecting your employee engagement and retention levels? Read more here on what you can do about this.
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lidia varesco design Jun 14
THIS IS BRILLIANT. (says the working mom whose first child did not sleep for the first 10 months) > Employers want new parents to get some rest — and they're willing to pay for it
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Dr Tara McAllister May 23
& what are your strategies to maintain ? Please RT
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TheFoxyLady Jun 13
Anyone doing Winshape next week? We are desperate for a carpool
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XUK Camps 13h
Calling all ... Have you sorted your summer ?
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