How 10 First-Generation Women Handle Their Immigrant Parents’ Expectations To Land The Careers They Want
Immigrant parent guilt might be the worst kind of parental guilt. When your parents are quick to tell you that they left a life back home to give you a chance at a better one, what can you say to that? For many children of immigrants, choosing to resist traditional career paths can be fraught with guilt — and the feeling that you’re doing the wrong thing.
Autumn is a magical season: the leaves change from green to golden yellows and crimson reds, food is ready for picking, and the crisp temperatures beget cozy scarves and warm drinks.
Here are twenty US cities where, according to locals and travel experts, fall colors add a little something extra to the place:
A few months after learning she wouldn’t be moving on to the next round of the recruitment process for a position with Toggl, a website that offers online time tracking for small businesses, Laurel Wright, 31, received a branded t-shirt in the mail. This is just one example of what millennials are calling ‘rejection swag’ — branded goods that companies give out during the hiring process to take the sting off, well, rejection.
La pittoresque ville de Banff se situe dans la région des montagnes Rocheuses de l’Alberta. Avec son célèbre parc, qui est le plus ancien parc national du Canada, Banff offre des attractions naturelles époustouflantes et plusieurs activités axées sur l’aventure.
Voici 15 choses à faire si vous visitez Banff.
Before we could buy food from around the world at any time of year, our lives centered around the changing seasons. Autumn was traditionally a time for harvest—a period that determined whether we would survive the cold winter months. Naturally, festivals and traditions arose to celebrate and give thanks for a bounteous harvest.
In Martinique, close the guidebooks and let a local lead the way.
“Bon courage,” one said, snickering – the tire looked like it had been shredded in an industrial food processor.
I understand how this viral hashtag can be empowering for some, but for me this is yet another “movement” that pushes survivors to be the drivers of change and educators for men. Men who will inevitably get credit for doing what they always do: the bare minimum.
Applying to the Joint Commission for Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement Surgery can do a lot for your TJR program. In our recent webinar featuring CHI St. Alexius and The Bone & Joint Center, 45% of the participants were interested in the marketing benefits of Advanced Certification. Meeting the requirements of certification also offers an excellent framework for improving the quality of patient care.
Periodic slow downs and lulls in revenue are normal in any business, but clearly seasonal industries have one key advantage: they can prepare for it. The keys to successfully navigating seasonal fluctuations are planning ahead and making use of the lull in activity to put systems in place that will help your grow your business.
Mental illness affects one in five adults in the United States. It is estimated the rate is even higher within institutions of higher education. Colleges and universities have more than an ethical responsibility to support colleagues facing mental health issues. Through the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), they also have a legal obligation to ensure an equitable workplace for their colleagues.
We’ve all said it: “My business is my baby.” Like children, businesses grow and eventually you’ll find yourself looking for a village to help you out. Expanding your business—either out of demand or a desire for more time to yourself—is a challenging process.
Here are some of the things you need to be prepared for:
The Bone & Joint Center is an independent, physician owned orthopedic surgical specialty clinic performing over 800 elective knee and hip replacement procedures annually. CHI St. Alexius is designated as a Blue Distinction Center+ for knee and hip replacement. In April 2017, they received advanced certification for these two surgeries from the Joint Commission.
Recently, a colleague asked me a tough question: When did you realize you were cut out for small business ownership?
In the beginning, entrepreneurship just made sense because it paid in the currencies I valued: independence, flexibility, and accountability to my values instead of someone else’s. The question really got me thinking about what it takes to not only be an entrepreneur, but succeed at it.