Client Relations Manager
Three things people would be surprised to learn about me are … I play the violin, I have A LOT of food allergies, and I have a seven-year-old daughter (who may be older by the time you read this – they grow up so fast!).
The best advice I ever received … was not to take everything so personally.
My hidden talent is … I can fall asleep during any movie.
My earliest memory is of … my oldest brother poking me in the eye with a pencil.
In the next five years I’d like to … buy a home and travel outside the country with my daughter.
The most adventurous thing I’ve ever done is … travel to the UK by myself.
The warmer months of 2022 arrived with growing acceptance that COVID is likely here to stay, and an increasing desire to find ways to live with it as part of daily life. For companies, this is a welcome shift, as it’s driving more employees to consider venturing back to the office, at least a few days a week. At the same time, it’s becoming clear that the pandemic has changed the workplace they’re returning to in meaningful ways.
The second quarter of this year finds companies steering their companies through rocky waters that most have not navigated before. The job market continues to be tight, and wooing the best employees is requiring businesses to rethink their recruitment strategies and work environments.
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