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Oh Baby, Baby

POSTED ON 
June 7, 2019


We make a lot of fabulous things at Brilliant Ink. We drive employee experience and communication strategies. We create inventive campaigns, clever videos and compelling infographics. And we even make PowerPoint sing. We also create a lot of little humans, or as we like to call them, Brilliant Babies. As our team gets ready to welcome two new mamas back to our ranks, it got me thinking about the complexities of parental leave and the even trickier bit -- returning to work.


Luckily, we’ve shared a ton of insight on our blog:






There are also a ton of inspiring and helpful articles online:





Congratulations to Kate Angus and Lindsay McCleary on your adorable little peanuts and we wish you both a smooth transition back to work. Here’s to all the Brilliant Babies to come!


Have a story of your own about returning to work? Find us on Twitter at @BrilliantInk and share your thoughts!



Sara Forner Howland
VICE PRESIDENT

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