Too often do we find ourselves struggling to balance our work and personal lives—sometimes it seems nearly impossible to do. Given today’s advanced technology, we can work from practically anywhere. Thus, we have accessibility to our work at all given hours. But that doesn’t mean we should be working at all given hours. We need a balance between work and our personal lives that allows us to grow professionally and personally. Below is a list of seven different things you can do to help balance your social and work life:
Effective July 1, 2017, the State of California will have new regulations concerning transgender identity and expression. The regulations address protections for individuals who identify as transgender, which include equal access to facilities such as restrooms and locker rooms.
A phrase we have all heard at some point in our lifetime. The phrase means that when you’re faced with a difficult situation, you work harder to solve that situation. Throughout our personal and professional careers, we are challenged. Sometimes we are placed in tough situations that can alter our emotions negatively. However, there are ways that one can cope with the tough situations, so that those emotions aren’t altered.
Picture yourself relaxing on a beach, soaking in the sun, and enjoying that book you have been putting off for the last couple of months. Is it not great? Enjoy that stress free vacation this year by preparing properly prior to your departure. Do not let work intervene with your much-anticipated vacation. To help plan for your vacation, we have compiled a list of things you should do at work to ensure you can enjoy your vacation.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law on March 23, 2010 and has since helped approximately, “5 million Californians” gain health coverage throughout these last seven years. With President Trump’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act, employer-sponsored health plans may no longer be required. Many Californians are wondering what will happen to their health coverage with the uncertainty of the status of the ACA.