I use Twitter a lot. It’s by far my favorite social networking platform and I am on it, well, constantly. Thankfully, a few years ago, Twitter added in the mute feature (as well as other features, like muting certain words, etc.) So now whenever someone irritates me, rather than being forced to debate if I … [Read more…]
Sparked by a post on LinkedIn, the big thing to talk about a few weeks ago was employee ghosting. This post, detailing how a recruiter couldn’t get ahold of an applicant, spawned a bunch of articles in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, NPR and more. Setting aside the fact that the recruiter interviewed … [Read more…]
Keep Calm and Carry On? Lovely Day for a Guinness? Just do it? Good advertising can do more than sell shoes and beer, they can become cultural touchstones, referenced over and over again, years after they first appeared. So, if a colleague shouts ‘Heyyyy biertje…’ during a borrel and everyone else laughs but you’re left … [Read more…]
The Hague is rich in organisations that focus on the needs and interests of women. Molly Quell gives an overview of the support available to those who are looking for a like-minded community. Read the article in Feel At Home in The Hague.
Since, thankfully, the housing construction is slowing down, so will be the frequency of these updates. Here’s what happened in December! The biggest project was that we started working on top floor. We’d been sleeping there but with no electricity, no hand railing, no curtains and generally no semblance of order. First we decamped to … [Read more…]