Over the next few years, I would occasionally ask about finding my sister. Her absence gnawed away at me. I always referred to her as my sister, but my mother always referred to her as “the baby I gave up”. 3,287 more words
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At the start of 2015, many articles surfaced predicting the expected workplace trends. Some articles took a deeper look at the possible impact on the HR and learning and development industry within the workplace and the changing face of today’s worker. 702 more words
When my parents passed away, it was a very emotional time for me. Because we were a multi-generational home, my parents lived with me and did not have any assets. 820 more words
When I became the full-time caregiver for my parents I did not have the time nor the resources to remodel my home to accommodate their needs. 1,173 more words
Managing different generations in the workplace is a key challenge for employers, according to experts at the Economist Talent Management conference.
Clare Moncrieff, HR executive advisor for advisory firm CEB, told delegates that expectations around performance and leadership in organisations are changing – requiring far greater levels of interpersonal co-ordination and ‘network performance’ – the extent to which individuals use and contribute to the success of others to benefit the wider enterprise. 268 more words