It has been one year since I started my new job at Award Force. We make software for managing award programs, competitions, industry recognition, recruitment, grants and more. It’s a … Continue reading A new year, a new challenge
Several months ago I became a team lead at work and I’m now leading a team of five Happiness Engineers. Last week I started a pilot coaching program to become … Continue reading On being a leader and Doctor Who
Aberdeen University are calling for voluntary redundancies in a bid to save money. At this stage it is just voluntary but typically in these situations, if enough people don’t volunteer, they … Continue reading Job losses at the University of Aberdeen
Last week I wrote about the health benefits of ditching fossil fuels for carbon neutral fuels but now I want to highlight the economic benefits of doing so. A University … Continue reading The economic benefits of tackling climate change
Someone told me this week that I should get a job. Haven’t I got a job already? Is looking after one’s children considered so worthless by society that it’s not … Continue reading An unimportant job?