I am very fortunate to work for a company that strives to put family first. Oftentimes, work overwhelms us and families can get pushed to the back burner. I am a first-time mom who has recently rejoined the workforce, and I have been struggling to balance wanting to be home with my son and putting in my time at the office. So far, becoming a mom has taught me 4 key lessons that have and will continue to make me a better employee.
As Corus360 gathered for our third Town Hall of 2015, the room was full of excitement – giving us reason to celebrate. We celebrate growth. We celebrate community. We celebrate relationships.
We also celebrate the opportunities to share in supporting the mission of other employees within the company. Helping others is what we do.
During a recent period of self-reflection, I realized that I am quickly approaching the three-year anniversary of my college graduation. After the nostalgia-driven sadness caused by the reality of my own mortality subsided, I started to realize how much I have learned and experienced in the past three years. I decided to take this opportunity to preserve, in writing, some of the tips and tricks that I’ve picked up along my journey from broke college student to card-carrying, tax-paying member of the adult world.