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  • Balancing Work and Motherhood

    The demands on a working mother are tremendous, there is so much to do and just one of you! No one can be Supermom. Here is a look at what goes into balancing your role as a mother and an employee

  • A Working Mothers Dilemma: Dealing with Guilt

    While some may enjoy pursuing a career, for others there is a financial need to work. In either case, mothers feel terribly guilty about spending time away from their kids. Here we take a look at how to work through this challenge and make the best of the situation.

  • Pregnancy and the Working Woman

    Working women who find they are pregnant are suddenly faced with the difficult decision of what to do about work? This article is intended to help you through some of the questions on your mind.

  • Preventing Sexual Harassment : A Manager's Role

    Managers can do a lot to create work environments where sexual harassment will be less likely to occur. With preventive measures in place managers have the opportunity to address potential harassment before a situation escalates.

  • Smart ways to work from home

    Employees in office jobs that rely heavily upon technology can often perform their duties from home. For many of us with our hectic life styles "work from home" seems such an ideal solution. It evokes images of freedom and leisure. However there are challenges associated with working from home and this article discusses them.

  • Workplace Ergonomics

    Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) affect the muscles, nerves and tendons . Work Related MSD including those of the neck, upper extremities, and low back are a leading cause of workplace injuries and illness.

  • Easy & Healthy Snacks at Work

    Healthy snacking - takes consideration and planning. Here, we give you some options of healthy snacks during your office hours.

  • Guilt Of A Working Mother

    Working mothers face quite a few challenges both at home and the workplace. Ask any working mom what she finds most difficult and the top answer would be guilt. The time spent away from her children and the home is something that all working mothers deal with. While some may enjoy pursuing a career, others work out of necessity. In either case, the emotions that all mothers go through are the same. Here we take a look at how to work through these challenges and deal with the emotions.

  • Home Alone

    When both parents work, sometimes they have no option but to give the child a house key or leave a key with the neighbors. If you are leaving your child alone at home, it is important to take precautions and ensure your child is safe and prepared to handle the responsibility.

  • Getting Back to Work After Having a Baby

    Research suggests that resuming work after maternity leave brings along mixed feelings for most women. Whatever be the reason for you to decide to get back to full-time work - whether it is to get away from the boredom of changing diapers, for personal growth or for economic reasons, leaving behind your little one does pull at one's heartstrings! To make matters worse, these emotional struggles are often heightened by the hormonal changes after delivery.

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