With the evolution of our connected world, it seems harder than ever to maintain the fabled “work-life balance.” Carving out an uninterrupted span of time to commit to one obligation is nearly impossible as it grows progressively easier to stay in touch with others at all times.
In fact, a lot of workers have been deciding to ditch the idea of work-life balance altogether and instead prefer the new concept of a “work-life blend.”
International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8 to honor the achievements of women throughout history and across nations, and to provide a global forum to women who want to create a better future for their communities, children and themselves. The theme of International Women’s Day changes each year as more progress is made and, of course, as new issues arise that have the potential to stand in the way of gender equality. This year, the theme is #EachforEqual, which underscores the concept that “an equal world is an enabled world,” and that gender equality is imperative for economies and communities to thrive.
February brought the annual celebration of Black History Month (BHM) worldwide. Companies demonstrated their commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I) in many ways, including highlighting influential and inspirational black colleagues, holding celebratory events and engaging in meaningful conversations through table talks and webinars.
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February is Black History Month (BHM)—an annual, month-long observance when the U.S. celebrates and reflects on the contributions Black Americans have made throughout the country’s history.
BHM is an excellent opportunity to build our community, create awareness and engage in conversations that highlight strong leadership and inspire and instill positive aspects of black life. This year’s BHM theme is “African Americans and the Vote,” honoring the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 15th Amendment that granted African American men the right to vote.
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Ahh, the good ol’ days of personal health care – so personal in fact, that they came to you.
The history of physician house calls goes back to the 1930s, when doctor home visits were very common. It was a standard practice for doctors – with trusty medical bag in hand – to travel to patients’ homes. You saw the doc (not his assistant); he knew you, your family and your family’s history, often making holistic diagnoses more informative, more effective and more reassuring.