Guest Blog post by Julie Morris Many companies overlook the power of offering innovative benefits to their team. However, with the current labor shortage, finding new ways to help your employees thrive is essential. With the right offerings, you can position your company as an employer of choice and may have an easier time attractingContinue reading “4 Innovative Benefits That Help Your Employees Thrive”
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You said to be freeSo you made me strongYet you keep me under your thumb It’s a heavy thumbIt’s sharp and bumpyAnd it hurts me Like a rose with thornsI’m pushing through People can see my beautiful colour on the outside But you see ugly And shame I try my best to be powerfulTo show theContinue reading “Cultural Mother”
I grew up in a full household, grandparents, aunties and uncles, cousins, neighbours were forever at ours. It was loud and busy everyday. I was brought up by different hands and cultures and languages. At the time it was fun, it was always a party when people came from Halifax, Huddersfield and London to stayContinue reading “Together”
As the saying goes every little helps..
Amidst a universal pandemic I have found it incredibly hard to help. I have put away the NHS letter asking me I have 90 days to update my training. I am struggling to email or contact them. I am only a bank worker but I have this sense of duty, like I must help out.Continue reading “As the saying goes every little helps..”
I have to do this. Releasing my thoughts onto the world like an eagle spreading its wings above a small stone, but at this moment in time my story has a beginning and no end. I am still in the process of understanding my story, my past and present. It haunts me day after dayContinue reading “Overcoming PTSD”