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That "hope you're doing well" from work colleagues has become more personal during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Three years ago I had a ‘big’ birthday with an ‘0’ at the end. And I still can’t bring myself to say the word
"Life is better if you can be friendly. To have friends, you must be friendly."
Fact: Everyone has the right to request flexible working (so long as you’ve been with your employer at least 26 weeks). It’s
Boundaries are a key part of any healthy relationship, and that’s especially true in the workplace.
Boundaries are a key part of any healthy relationship, and that’s especially true in the workplace.
When I graduated from university in 2015, I was under the illusion that with a good degree and a strong CV due to all the volunteering that I'd done, I would find a job pretty quickly. This couldn't have been further from the truth.
Working for yourself from home, in charge of your time, no daily commute, answering to no-one, jetting off abroad as often as possible... sounds good doesn't it? But what we don't advertise about freelance life is the amount of work that goes into, well, generating work in the first place.
Now when was the last time you spoke to someone about their mental health? You may not realise it, but you most likely work and socialise with someone who manages an invisible condition, such as depression
We cannot let the actions of a few be representative of the 22% of the human race that identify as Muslim, but neither can we let them dictate the way in which we live our lives. By hiding the aspects of our faith that we hold most dear, we miss the opportunity to show those of other faiths and cultures the other side of the coin through our daily interactions with people at work and at school.