Are you trying to pivot into a career area that’s different from what you studied in school? My name is Jessica and today I’ll be sharing what I’ve learned over the past few years as I transitioned from a Kinesiology degree to securing a digital marketing internship at Envol Strategies!
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s become more difficult to set boundaries at work. What used to be a clear line between work and personal life has now been blurred by the work-from-home environment that many people find themselves in. Now, as remote workers, the morning commute to the office becomes a shuffle to your desk in the next room, and one more email at the end of the day ends up delaying dinner time.
Though remote work allows for greater flexibility in your schedule, and saves you commuting time, many workers struggle to disconnect after work hours.
In this post, we’ll discuss some ways to help create clear boundaries for work versus home life and provide several tips to stay productive and navigate your workplace… minus the burn-out!
A 2021 Federal General Election has been called and election day will take place on Monday, September 20, 2021. As residents of BC and citizens of Canada, we have both the privilege and responsibility to vote. Employers have an obligation to provide eligible employees time to head to the ballots and get their votes in.
In this blog, we’ll be going into detail about employer obligations regarding the 2021 Federal General Elections.