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The Work-life Balance
By: Alana Stillitano It seems like every day there are hundreds of news alerts popping up on our phones that deliver alarming statistics or disheartening information about the state of the world. Though it is important to have an understanding of the world around you, it can be a challenge to remain relaxed when the...
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Over nine months ago Brian and I started discussing our contingency plan for working remotely for two weeks because of COVID-19. Our experience in crisis planning and communications made our next steps clear. I never imagined eight months later we would be working from home with new colleagues we have never met in person. Leading...
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Last week, our team took a trip to Peak Experiences for some time out of the office. Although the rest of the team has been before, this was my first go-around and my first teambuilding activity at CPR. It was nice to take the afternoon to do something fun and active; after all, exercise can be...
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A lot of large corporations, like Google, Amazon, and Capital One encourage their employees to volunteer and give back to the community. They often form “volunteer days” as team building activities. In my experience, these have been more about getting out of the office and less about volunteering for something you’re passionate about. Volunteering for...
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If you find yourself avoiding Twitter or Facebook because there is too much junk in between the posts you care about, it may be time to do a little Spring Cleaning on your social channels. Take a few minutes the next time you’re online to weed through the mess and remove what you don’t need....
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Do you struggle to keep up with your company’s or organization’s social media channels? Can’t seem to find time to research and develop content? You’re not alone. Having a social media presence requires a bit more effort than posting photos every few days. Even though the platforms are mostly free, managing the pages takes valuable...
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