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I have had a shaky 3 to 4 years of work. My jobs have had lay offs and then I got into HR and went to another company for a director of management position. However it was a horrible company and I found another job in admissions, this was a step down but with better pay. However the hours are 9 to 6 and 11-8 on 2 days out of the week and some Saturdays.
I have 3 children and my dad just had a stroke and will have to come live with me and I would need a job with better hours and great pay.
I have my MBA but companies are not calling me back for interviews probably because I have job hopped. Any suggestions?
Have you asked your current company if you can adjust your hours to fit your circumstances? Are you able to do any of your work from home?
I'm just returning to work after maternity leave and the amount of emails I have to go through is enormous. Is there a way to tackle these that won't take months?
I have a VP over many buildings in my company and she seems to be extremely un-knowledgeable, disorganized, and tells our Board of Directors everything is running smoothly. How do I share my concerns anonymously without rocking the boat? All of our HR team (VP, Directors, Assistants, etc) has left with the exception of one person. Our VP is also very good personal friends with her direct supervisor, the President.
Some male colleagues come across as fairly aggressive, and use their personality to intimidate others, directly and indirectly. How do I deal with this.
How did people here decide on whether to go with daycare or a nanny? I'm lucky to have a choice but would appreciate others sharing what they think the pros and cons are of both.
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