With all the ‘noise’ on the web these days, it’s no surprise that ‘mail jail’ has become a much more common occurrence. In Canada, anti-spam laws are in place to help regulate how often people get inundated with unwanted communications. Most email platforms include the mandatory opt out button, along with the option to provide … More They Unsubcribed – Now What?
As we go through our daily activities at work, I’m sure that we all get inundated with a ton of emails from all sorts of people: marketers, vendors, partners, spammers, etc. For the most part, many of these emails are visibly spam and can safely be tossed into the trash without any acknowledgment. But then … More Think Twice Before Hitting Delete
Life is full of ups and downs, highs and lows. What keeps everything in relative order though, is how you handles those downs and lows. Perception is key to any challenging situation. Your thoughts surrounding it, the degree of which you dwell on something, and your ability to keep moving ahead in spite of everything … More A Positive Perspective Can Change Your Life
Whether you work for large or small company, turnover is inevitable. People will come and go as they move along in their professional journey. Similarly, as companies grow and evolve, new positions will be created allowing for the recruitment of new talent. Whatever the case may be, anytime a new individual is coming aboard, it is … More Four Tips to Remember When Welcoming New Talent
It happens to the best of us. No matter how positive or optimistic we generally feel about our lives, it’s inevitable to just have one of those days where everything just feels off and out of sync. It’s those days when it’s harder to get out of bed, you’re slower than normal in getting routine … More Embrace Your ‘Off’ Days
Last week, I attended a conference hosted by the RED Academy and Telus that talked about how we can expect the workforce to change between now and the year 2020 as digitization continues to bring rapid changes to hiring practices, and how we can prepare for that transformation. The discussion had representatives from Sid … More What Makes an Employee Indispensable?
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Kelly Newsome went to law school at the University of Virginia. She was a straight-A student, with big career goals and graduated at the top of her class. After graduation, Kelly went on to a high-paying job as a lawyer, which had been her dream for six years. But soon, Kelly discovered…