A return to a pain free life would be awesome!! Is it really possible? What is PRP and how does it work? “PRP”, is human blood that is spun down and separated producing a concentration of platelets above normal values. Platelets are the clotting cells of our blood, but they also have great potential in enhancing healing of muscle, tendon, and ligaments. Schedule an appointment with Dr. J to find out what #osteopathicmedicine and #regenerativemedicine procedures could work for you. #painfree#sportsinjury#realrelief#healfaster#returntowork#drjmed www.drjmed.com
Are you looking to get back to work? Are you passionate about technology? @reachire is proud to partner with @google Cambridge to bring exciting return-to-work opportunities in Software Engineering this fall. reacHIRE will provide 360-degree support every step of the way to ensure your success with training, mentorship and new technical skill development. Apply Today! https://www.reachire.com/hiring-partne…/partner-brand-google
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Learn more below👇👇👇& book your space NOW for 3 & 10 Aug (LINK IN BIO)
A few years ago I had to take a 20 month break from work following surgery and partly because my body told me I wasn’t in a great place and needed time.
It was a tough decision and not something I initially had in my career plan at all… but something I had to accept was right for me at the time. *
Any significant time out of work for any reason can impact on your confidence and self esteem and this was something I got to find out as time approached to return back to work.
🥏I was so scared, highly anxious and feeling low
💡Had thoughts about how behind I was as my peers were promoted and now ahead in the game
🥏Didn’t have confidence in myself or my abilities
💡Didn’t think I will cope
🥏Realised not many people understood where I had been or what I was going through
RETURNING TO WORK CAN BE SCARY(be it after maternity leave, sick leave, a career break, unemployment or other), and if you’ve felt this way, I want you to know that you are not alone and you’ll be fine. I’ve been there and I thankfully made a good come back … but it took some steps and learnings things in the moment that I wish someone else had supported me with or shared with me before I started my return to work journey.
If you are looking to make a RETURN TO WORK and want to REDISCOVER YOURSELF and RETURN MORE CONFIDENTLY, join me for this introductory 2 part course on Aug 3 & 10th and let’s get sharing. ONLY 10 SPACES AVAILABLE - LINK IN BIO OR http://bit.ly/rwc0019
What you bring to the table is important. Never fret speaking your mind out and sharing your ideas! I presented my dog treats in a meeting today. Woof woof! #TuesdayMotivation
1 2110 hours ago
Want to return to work after a career break? Follow these simple habits to get yourself up to date.
And if you are ready to return, sign up with us at https://www.flexibees.com/for-job-seekers.html to explore flexible work opportunities. If your skills match our requirements, we will get in touch with you
Beautifully said @littlelaneworkshops
Find your inner joy, happiness and purpose at our Vision Boarding workshop. Details via bio or @littlelaneworkshops
PS: Check our their amazing workshops, there is literally something for everyone! 💗
1 1715 hours ago
This is our set up for the Reiki, Manifestation & Vision Boarding workshop.
This powerful and unique way of vision boarding brings your dreams to reality by removing blocks and negative patterning, connecting to your heart and emotions, and then creating your dream life in images.
Reiki healing is a powerful way of removing blocks and limiting beliefs, whilst visualisation connects to the emotion behind your dreams thus empowering manifestation. It's unique and it works!
Why not bring a friend for some quality girlfriend time?
Have you stopped to consider the real value of what good rehabilitation can bring to a person? We have so much information, so many apps, and pieces of wearable tech to consider - however good rehabilitation is more often about doing the right thing at the right time, empowering client's to take back control of their lives following injury , illness or trauma
Physical therapy is not only about making your pain go away, but also about fixing impairments and allowing our patients to get back to what it is they do best.
We have amazing coaches that we work along side with in our Return to Sport and Return to Life programs for our patients to transition into following their physical therapy, to help make sure that once you are better... you stay better!
Here is one of our awesome patients who initially came into physical therapy with complaints of shoulder and knee pain, especially with lifting weights at the gym.
After about 3 months of physical therapy and correcting his mechanics and mobility patterns, he transitioned into our Return to Sport program where Matt has helped him to safely and effectively return back to all higher level weight lifting, pain free! 💪🏼
We highly encourage that you speak to your physical therapist about Return to Life or Return to Sport that is tailored to fit your individual needs!
DYK a strong Return to Work program results in cost savings, clearly demonstrates care and value of workers, retention of skill and experience, and compliance with legislation. Visit our website to learn more AgSafeBC.ca #returntowork#farmsafety#agsafety
0 822 July, 2019
We’ve got summer coffee mornings coming up in #Manchester#Ipswich#London and #Hampshire - perfect for a bit of adult #networking time for anyone at home with little people, whether on parental leave or just the school holidays. These August events are particularly great for anyone starting or ending their leave in time for the new term. The #mtptproject community will give you the confidence to jump joyfully back into work or parenting! #returntowork#maternityleave More details at www.mtpt.org.uk/events
0 622 July, 2019
Meet the reacHIRE Team! This is our super cool Client & Product Experience Manager, Julia Sinnott. Her sense of humour is on fleek! #TeamworkMakesTheDreamWork
1 1522 July, 2019
Don't look for power in things around you. Do what you love and see the energetic change you see in yourself. #TalkTechToHer is an initiative from ThoughtWorks to give women who are on a career break a platform to kick start their tech careers again. WSquare is proud to partner with ThoughtWorks for Chennai on this initiative.
So what do you want to do for the next 20 or more years of your professional life?
And don't forget to sign up with us at https://www.flexibees.com/for-job-seekers.html to get explore flexible work opportunities.
If your skills match our requirements, we will get in touch with you
Awww, thank you Nick for the recommendation 🧡 & positive review that keep us motivated to achieve our mission to be the leading healthcare provider to promote optimal health with reduced risk of injuries. 💗 Season of Joy & Gratitude 💗
While you catch up on all the emails you didn’t handle while you were gone, new emails will start coming in. Here’s how to avoid that “Lucy in the chocolate factory” feeling as you dig through your inbox.
The truth is, nobody is perfect, and employers know this - after all they’re human too. So, if you avoid the “what are your weaknesses?” question in order to appear ‘perfect’ in your interviewer’s eyes - you may shoot yourself in the foot and lose the chance to show your authentic side.
It is important to be honest about your weaknesses so don’t shy away from the question, but also try to ensure you explain how you will be willing to work on these weaknesses.
For more hints and tips, get in touch with the MyJobCoach team today.
Women's careers don't always follow a straight up-the-ladder pattern. Whether it's because of motherhood, to pursue higher education later in life, or caring for an elderly family member, there are times in life when women decide to take a break - but a break in a career is not a break in ambition!
Thousands of women return to work after a career break, charged up to succeed, to follow their dreams, to do the work they love, and take their organisations along to greater heights! It's time to #BustAMyth - let's break the notion that women who have taken a career break are less ambitious or committed to their work. Let's share the stories of women who have returned to work with big dreams of their own - we have a big talent pool ready to go, and it's time to celebrate it!
Share your #BustAMyth story of a woman who has returned to work after a break - whether it is your own or that of another woman you admire! Link in bio
Here's what you have to do:
-- Share the story of a woman who has returned to work after a break - whether it is your own or that of another woman you admire on your Instagram feed. -- Use the hashtag #BustAMyth
Raytheon is now hiring for its new career initiative supporting professionals returning to the workplace. The 12-week paid program (including benefits) provides resources and opportunities to reactivate your career. Upon completion of the program, participants can transition into a full or part-time position.
Raytheon appreciates the diverse backgrounds, different perspectives and breadth of knowledge individuals who have taken career breaks bring to our teams. Through ReLaunch, you’ll learn how to leverage those experiences as you re-engage with your career.
@reachire is sending some Sunday positivity your way ladies! All your years of prior work experience matter. Your skills matter. Your willingness to get back in the game matters. We understand that you’ve been busy managing other things in life, and we are here to support you every step of the way in your journey back to work. You’ve got this super human! #WomenEmpoweringWomen
A few months ago I returned to work after 12 months maternity leave. I was ready. I knew it’d be a big adjustment but it was a tougher transition than I was expecting.
The job is pretty much the same but I’m obviously not the same. I’m juggling a child and a job and my son now comes first.
If you want to read more about my return to work struggles and how I’ve gotten used to the new norm, check out my latest blog post - link in bio #workingmums#canberramums#debbywithawhy 💙
Earlier this year, I surveyed over 200 women to understand what enables mums to return to work after maternity leave in a truly positive way.
Some of what mums needed and wanted wasn’t easily accessible and so I’ve been thinking about designing an online course specifically about this: ‘How to confidently return to work after maternity or adoption leave’.
Before setting up my business as a coach and trainer, I worked in HR for almost 20 years. By combining this experience with what I heard from the survey and my own experience of returning to work after my baby, I think I can provide something really helpful and interesting.
It will be a 4 week course and we’ll think about what your ideal work life looks like, what happens at home when you go back, flexible working - your rights and how to make a request for flexible working that’s more likely to be successful - and finally, we’ll look at what you can do to go back with confidence.
What do you think? Please let me know!
6 3721 July, 2019
Coffee date with my man! Thank you for sunflowers @percy_plunkett You can’t help but smile.
SO I recently decided to get back out there and get a part time job. We needed to create a little more income to help complete our renovations a little faster, and to achieve some lifestyle goals. Ive been incredibly nervous about this.
Baby Grace is at an amazing daycare two days a week which is perfect, but I have been laying awake at night worrying about little things.
What happens if Grace is sick and I have to leave work to get her? or if someone needs a shift covered and I have no babysitter?
I’m a little OCD and love to be organised, on time and always have a back up. How have you, mammas, dealt with this anxiety? If you even had it at all? I would love to hear your story.
I know at the end of the day she is my number 1.
Join us on July 25th in our webinar as we help you plan to go back to work, with the opportunity to ask questions from experts!
This live workshop will enable you to learn recommended techniques for lactation schedules, especially as it relates to being at work. You’ll also develop your plan for your first ten days back to work and feel supported by a community of professional women!
Hear from Diapers to Desk creator, Amy Landry, an HR professional who has data driven and experiential insights on navigating the workplace to ensure you have the confidence to self-advocate for yourself.
Hear from Touro Infirmary’s Lactation Consultant, Shannon Grosch, who has a wealth of knowledge and can answer all questions for breastfeeding and workplace pumping!
Hear from Dr. Katherine Johnson, Tulane Professor, who specializes in working family research and has great tips and advice for returning to work!
Link in bio!
❗️Anterior Oblique Sling ❗️
A few posts ago we highlighted the importance of the posterior oblique sling as it related to SI joint stability. Did you know there is also an anterior oblique sling? 🤔
The anterior oblique sling consists of the internal and external obliques and the abdominal fascia that connects to the contralateral adductor muscle.
This sling plays a vital role in speeding up and slowing down our bodies in the transverse plane. It contributes largely to sport specific power movements such as hurdling, running, and controlling spinal rotation during the cocking phase of throwing.
In this exercise we have one of our patients performing an advanced dynamic core exercise targeted for the anterior oblique sling. The red band around her leg is pulling her leg into abduction (away from the body) so she is having to actively use her ADDuctors to keep the lead leg stationary. She is using her obliques both concentrically and eccentrically during the diagonal rotation against resistance held by a therapist.
Next time you’re challenging core stability, try this exercise out! 💪🏽
Apply today to the United Technologies Corporation Re-Empower Program http://bit.ly/reimpower! The UTC Re-Empower Program is designed to set relaunchers up for success and create a springboard back to the workforce! If you are on a career break for 2 or more years OR active military in transition and if ready to re-build and re-launch your careers, apply today for positions in UTC’s Fall 2019 Cohort! To keep in touch about future opportunities, join the UTC talent community: http://bit.ly/utctalent #UTCReEmpower #ReturntoWork #MSEP #UnitedTech
0 819 July, 2019
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The older I get, the less I fall into the trap of thinking I want something because I’ve been told I want it. Unfortunately, when it comes to my working life, I get repeatedly sucked into this aspirational bullshit cycle where I convince myself I’m failing if I don’t try for the most intense, hardest job that I can possibly do. Also I have terrible working boundaries and say yes to everything. Which is probably why my body completely shut itself down last year. So, after a few weeks of horrible anxiety and worry, brought about by starting to look for work again, I’m trying to remind myself of this. It’s ok to dream of comfort and balance and ease because I value these things. I value them far more than material things. It’s ok to dream small.
I am super excited to by part of this program to support women returning to work.
I remember how hard it was returning to work after having my daughter. I was only off work for 5 months however so many things had changed in that short period, in the office. I also felt like a different person. I lost some of my confidence. I felt that I couldn't give the same amount of time to my work and I was a little anxious how that might be perceived and that might hold me back in future.
For those mothers who have taken a longer period off, the worries how to get back to work, how they will feel leaving their child, childcare arrangements and how to show they still have greats skills relevant in the workplace, are all things that cause anxiety when looking for a job.
If this is you or you know someone who is looking to return to work after sometime off; come and join this wonderful program in Zurich. Find out more details here : http://ow.ly/50T350kM3gR #backtowork#timeoff#job#employment#women#maternity#mother#childcare#skills#CV#returntowork#confidence#baby#professional#balance#timemanagement#linkedin#Support#jobseeking#findajob#working
1 7297 February, 2019
Going Back to Work after sometime off? Are you feeling a little overwhelmed on how to start the process and sell the skills you have? Join the free taster session on How to Balance Your Life on your Return to Work.
The She's Back program gives practical step and tools to ensure a smooth transition back to a working life. The full program is over 2 days in March in Zurich, and we are offering a free taster session where 2 of the presenters will take you through a group session on "How to Balance Your Life on your Return to Work"
Full Details are on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-1-hour-teaser-coaching-session-for-shes-back-program-tickets-56343283277?aff=ebapi
Are you an introvert who’s surrounded by people and noise all day? Are you overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of your job? Maybe you aren’t in alignment with where you need to be. I’m an introvert and I love helping people; however, I value being quiet, having time to think and working alone a lot. This alone time helps me become clear, focused and inspired so that when I do work with people, I’m even more attentive and engaged. Find what works for you and do that! 💜 #createyourpath
I love hanging out with my E babies!! They grow up way too fast 😞. I returned back to work 1 month ago and I value our time even more!! 13 hour shifts are hard.. the transition back to work is hard PERIODT. •
On the blog, I’m talking about how to kill your transition back to work after maternity leave!! ✨Link in bio✨
What’s one tip YOU would give to a new mom returning to work?