Our client shares their path back to work after being out of the workplace for the last 13 years. My biggest takeaways were that the path back to work isn’t always a linear one (despite the best laid plans!), especially if you have been out of the workforce for a while or are still trying to navigate how, if or what your disability may impact. The journey can be exhilarating and it can be tearful, but the feeling of success makes it all worthwhile.
Trust and respect are the keystones of all solid working relationships. As a successful workforce development professional, your goal is to develop a sense of trust and respect with your customers, along with a good rapport. They need to feel at ease when approaching you, relating to you and considering your advice.
Living on a farm, I’ve realized that there is a LOT of upkeep! Our list of “to dos” grows weekly, but I am learning a lot. Recently, we were cleaning out some shrubs along the fence and noticed a rather large (by my standards!) hole in the ground…
Listen in as Lisa discusses accessible websites and provide a no cost resource to evaluate your organization's website for accessibility.