The Right & Wrong Ways Managers Manage Work Leave

When an employee takes a leave of absence they’re banking on a smooth transition and proper support from their employer, and the first person they tell is most likely — for better or for worse — their manager. The conversation can be stressful, highly emotional and super-duper awkward. Or it can be productive, informative and… Continue reading The Right & Wrong Ways Managers Manage Work Leave

Managing Work Leave in a Remote Work World

These days, everyone has cringe-worthy stories detailing the awkwardness of remote work. Taking calls inside your closet so your client can’t hear your 5-year-old talk about poop. Realizing a picture of you and your extended family dressed up as wizards is sitting on your bookshelf… which you’ve used as your Zoom background since May 2020.… Continue reading Managing Work Leave in a Remote Work World

6 tips for better work exits

Chances are you’ve started a new job, probably several, over your working lifetime. For some of you, you’ve had to start a new job because you were terminated from your previous job, which might happen for a variety of reasons beyond your control. Have you ever noticed that the time, money and energy that is… Continue reading 6 tips for better work exits