Another week, another TWIT! Whoop!
Keeping it short and sweet this week – some of the fun things keeping me extra busy at work at the moment are: HR Awards, funking up our company LinkedIn page, and lots and lots of recruitment (with no candidates to be found anywhere – yikes, it’s tight out there … that rhymes!)
This week I’ve been making more TikToks (I have 2 followers now), all my depression shopping parcels that I ordered during the Melb lockdown are arriving (yay), and I’ve been rediscovering music to get me through the work day. I actually thought I’d share a playlist I made for winter! I make playlists for every season, and … it’s winter now so voila! I keep adding new songs every. Check it out!
I hope everyone has a fantastical, amazing week!
So some recent studies have shown that women who participate in martial arts report feeling stronger, safer, more confident and more effective at work. I can attest to this – I do boxing twice a week and I’m kick ass at my job 😉
Yeeaaah the girls! Female-led jobs recovery is starting to see more women back in the workplace, however there’s still a long way to go to achieve equality (and the gender wage gap still very much exists).
Who doesn’t love getting up to some well-meaning mischief? In life, we have to be ready to make necessary trouble when it’s needed to disrupt the status quo and make positive change. I would dare to say that in these times, and working in talent acquisition, we almost have an obligation to do this to ensure equity. This is a 13-minute video that will inspire you to start making more trouble at work, and in life!
Ohhh the ol’ hustle mentality/culture. Is it true the working long hours = success? Would love to chat to anyone out there that’s “made it” without the long hours. Where the billionaires at with work/life balance? Holla!
I promised more TikTok content … and I delivered! This is a bit of fun (and very, very TRUE!)
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