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Whether you’re fresh out of college, or have been in the workforce for 20+ years, the first day at a new job can be scary, yet exciting. There’s so much to look forward to – a new chance to make a great first impression, new responsibilities to help you grow in your career path, new professional connections who could turn into friends, and even a new (and clean) desk.
Long drive? Podcast. Cleaning the house? Podcast. Commute to work? Podcast. Podcasts are a great way to learn new things, stay up to date with current events and trends, or even just provide you with some good ‘ole entertainment.
Transitioning into a scheduled 8-5pm work lifestyle at a creative agency with Type 1 Diabetes can be arduous. But it doesn’t have to be with this short guide on how to manage Type 1 Diabetes in the workplace. Before we get started, let’s discuss the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.
In everyday life, people don’t typically enjoy talking about money - the same can be said in business. The truth of the matter is, this is one of the more common things that we deal with in an agency setting. We talk about estimates, payments and financials with clients and even internally. I have seen that there is a common approach to these conversations, whether it be with your coworkers or with clients, that can help ease and guide the conversation in a positive direction for everyone involved.
Going back to work after having a baby has its own set of challenges that a new mom, or dad, face once you enter parenthood. The thought of waking up before the sun rises and heading off to work, after being up most of the night with a crying baby, seems unthinkable. Plus attempting to be the same employee you were before you left is no easy task. Although you’re going to experience a few hiccups along the way, hopefully these 5 tips will make heading back to work a little less stressful on you and your little one.
A Q&A session with our Executive Vice President and Creative Director, Josh Norman.
After graduating college, a lot of people do not know what is next in their path. I remember finishing up my degree and realizing that it was time to get a “real” job and make it on my own. It was a lot to handle in a short amount of time. Moving to a new city and meeting new people can be hard. I found some easy ways to get involved and to network around San Antonio, Texas.