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Life's Little Blessings

X. Life's Little Blessings. POSTED ON. February 19, 2015. When I was interviewing with Brilliant Ink, I remember being impressed by the unlimited vacation policy, generous bonus program, and attractive benefits, but I never thought to inquire about the company’s maternity leave policy. Perhaps I’m

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Welcome Back!

X. Welcome Back! POSTED ON. July 25, 2014. Coming back from maternity leave is not easy. In fact, it’s something I dreaded after the birth of my first son. I remember looking at the calendar with nervous anticipation as each day passed knowing that I was one day closer to returning to work, one day

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Culture starts at the top

and even more so with the news that she’s also pregnant with her first child. And it was a particular quote from Mayer in a. Fortune blog post. that needled me: "My maternity leave will be a few weeks long and I'll work throughout it."As a working mother of a 1-year-old, I have plenty of thoughts

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Welcome back!

X. Welcome back! POSTED ON. February 9, 2011. This is a big week for me. It’s my first week back to work after taking maternity leave following the birth of my daughter, Lila, now two months old. It’s definitely been a challenging transition, but also a welcome change from constantly thinking about

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Oh Baby, Baby

return to work. 9 Ways to Make Returning to Work After Maternity Leave as Painless as Possible. 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

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Working 9 – 5, What a Way to Make a Living

-sponsored maternity leave, I was thrilled, cocky even, to know I’d be returning to a job I love and a team I respect and admire. I told myself it’d be easy to return to work because I was lucky enough have my dream job – one that stimulates my mind, with a company that respects my contributions and treats

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Collaborating Co-workers

or, say, on maternity leave? Although the tendency is to hunker down and go at it alone, doing so is a disservice all around. In fact, it’s the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate how well you’re collaborating and if there are opportunities to do more. Here are some tips for ensuring close team

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A Brilliant Inkie’s Best Friend: Pets in the Workplace

X. A Brilliant Inkie’s Best Friend: Pets in the Workplace. POSTED ON. November 20, 2019. At Brilliant Ink, we make a lot of babies. So many in fact (16 and counting!) that we’ve shared nine. maternity leave-related blog posts. over the years. However, in an effort to bring our whole selves to work

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In Pursuit of More

maternity leave. In other words, right at this moment we’re still in the realm of “do as I say, not as I do.” We have a long way to go before I can say that we’re all embracing this definition of “more” 100 percent of the time, and maybe we’ll never achieve that state of perfection. But it’s this pursuit

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Company Cultures We Love

written about. Netflix’s outstanding office culture. From extended maternity and paternity leave to unlimited vacation, the. Netflix. rulebook seems to promote freedom, lots of time off, and autonomy. (. My Domaine. ) Instead of creating endless rules and processes, Netflix asserted that its business will

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Marissa Mayer- it's her right to be wrong

this new policy is a. major step backward. and that she expected more from Mayer, the youngest woman ever to lead a Fortune 500 company, who has already disappointed many parents with her. choice. (emphasis mine) to take a maternity leave measured in days, not months.I think it’s very easy to

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