In New York Times best-selling author Joann S. Lublin’s new book Power Moms she contrasts the experiences of baby boomers and GenX executives to show how far working mothers have come — and how much further they will need to go in a post-pandemic world.
While workers have expressed a yearning for their commutes, daily routines and other parts of the normal workday, many have embraced this new era of working and want remote working to continue long past the pandemic’s end — to the point where they would even take a pay cut.
There’s no coming back from a subpar first impression, right? Not necessarily, according to a surprising new study just released by the University of New Hampshire.
Don’t passively list off your past duties; rather, emphasize (while being concise) what you were able to do and what you learned
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Remote work seems like a abnormal place for a relationship to bud, but maybe it’s all the face-time on Zoom meetings or the countless chatter on Slack that’s contributing to the rise in office dating.
“When I use a term like “hacking” to describe an approach, what I’m really saying is “figuring out how to get your neurobiology to work for you rather than against you.” That’s long been my approach to high achievement.”
Some of those needs have warranted an overhaul of current employee benefits packages such as more flexible time-off options, and so forth.
Aerobic activity, defined as low and high-intensity workouts that require free oxygn, appears to improve function in the hippocampus, and regions of the brain that better enable us to regulate our stress response.