Opinion

Changing of the Guard 2021
Opinion

Changing of the Guard 2021

Insurrection, Impeachment, and Inauguration of a New Administration Opinion: By Terry Miller No, it is not the ceremony at Buckingham Palace where The Queen’s Guard hands over responsibility for protecting Buckingham Palace and St. James’s Palace to the New Guard. In fact, even that historic British ritual has ceased due to Covid-19. But America has…

Career Corner: Making Lemonade
Columns

Career Corner: Making Lemonade

By Angela Copeland As the pandemic continues to rage on in the United States, many of us have felt locked indoors. We’ve felt isolated. It’s been lonely. It’s scary. This is especially true for anyone who is living away from their loved ones. It can be hard to get help with things when you need…

Career Corner: New Year’s Dreams
Columns

Career Corner: New Year’s Dreams

By Angela Copeland The New Year is finally here. We’ve been waiting for 2021 since Friday, March 13, 2020. That was the day that it became apparent that a pandemic was going to be a big part of 2020. Since then, we’ve felt that if we can just hang on until January, things will go…

Career Corner: The Burnout Badge
Columns

Career Corner: The Burnout Badge

By Angela Copeland Burnout is not a badge. Yet somehow, we wear it every day as if we may get a prize. Grinding yourself down is not a contest. I wish we could all agree on this. Productivity at work is the highest when we are rested and when we are taking care of ourselves….

Career Corner: Finding Your Holiday Cheer
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Career Corner: Finding Your Holiday Cheer

By Angela Copeland We’re all ready for this year to be over. Most days have been painful, as we watch the news and wait for things to change. It’s felt helpless and at times, hopeless. But it’s beginning to look like we’re in the final stretch of this pandemic marathon. With that in mind, try…

Career Corner: 2021 Workplace Trends
Business, Columns

Career Corner: 2021 Workplace Trends

By Angela Copeland Have you had enough of 2020? Let’s look to what you can expect in your 2021 workplace. The 2020 pandemic has been a historic year. We’ve experienced unexpected change and, interestingly, some of that change may be here to stay. Recently, Glassdoor’s chief economist, Dr. Andrew Chamberlain, shared his five predictions on…

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