Linked: Ways to end the taboo of employee departures

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Reading Time: 3 minutes

Sometimes, things happen. Circumstances change, what we want from our careers changes, and what the current employer can offer us changes. There’s no shame in it, and there shouldn’t be any hard, or awkward feelings about it.

I’d love to see companies get on board with that, but that’s going to require we see our people as people first, and labor inputs second. I’m not so sure some managers are capable of that.… Read More

Linked: Shortage in mental health services fans flames of employee burnout

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Reading Time: 2 minutes

Use your vacation days, encourage the people who work for you to use their vacation days. Putting anything work-related above the need we all have for time away from work, is surely one road to burnout. There are many others, some of which you can’t do anything about by yourself, but this is one you control. And it’s easy enough to do and to allow your people to do.… Read More

How Much Should we Value Meaningful Work?

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“Would you rather make $100k at a boring, meaningless job, or $50k doing something meaningful?”

Apparently, the correct answer to this question is the latter, according to most of my LinkedIn connections.

I disagree. I think people who take $50k might just be suckers.

You are getting paid half of what you could be making elsewhere, which means your employer is simply underpaying you, by taking advantage of your need to find meaning in your work.… Read More

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