How to Leave a Job Without Burning Bridges
We are assuming you are leaving your current position for life reasons or a better opportunity. If you are escaping a toxic environment or – worse – were terminated, your approach will be quite different. There are two main reasons to depart on good terms. First, you’ll likely want to obtain a reference from your old supervisor. Second, you may want to come back.
The No-No’s of PTO
However, in a post (ish) pandemic world, the lines between work and away-from-work have gotten blurred. Traditionally, there has been a hard line separating our workplace environment from the rest of our life. That has become more of a grey area as we have become more accustomed to working from almost everywhere.
How Sick Is ‘Too Sick’ to Work?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the work landscape for workers on many fronts. For employers, the ability to have staff work remotely during COVID has meant that employees are less likely to spread or contract any illnesses at the workplace. It also has cut back on commute times, allowing remote workers to have more hours in the day available to complete...
No Vacation Nation: Are Americans Really Skipping Vacations?
Statistics referring to the U.S. as the “no vacation nation” date back as far as ten years ago. So should we be worried about this trend?