For the better part of the last 15 years I have lived and worked overseas. While this has been a defining part of my life and character it hasn’t come without its lessons. A new country and a new workplace is all very exciting in a Facebook boast but the reality can occasionally be a little muddier. Here’s some really simple advice for people taking their first post overseas : If your colleagues invite you out for dinner/drink – ACCEPT! You may be shy, you may have taken an instant dislike
The numbers are staggering. A Harris Interactive survey of 3,000 workers showed that American employees take only 51% of their vacation time yearly, and 61% work while on vacation despite complaints from their loved ones. Another study of 2,003 workers by travel media company Skift indicated that only 16% will take a long vacation over the summer. A full 62% said they wouldn't take a vacation over this summer at all.It's clear: Americans stubbornly prioritize the meaning of work over the value o
O.K., I admit it: I have resumed a love affair begun more than four decades ago. The object of my affection -- and I should add, also of my wife's -- is Finland, a country where we once lived when I was researching my doctoral dissertation.
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