Are You Always Running Late?

Are You Always Running Late?

Have you ever heard the saying: “If you’re not early, you’re late”? What does that mean?

SNR Business Partner, Chantelle Svensen Lewis, explains what it means to be punctual and why it is an important trait.

So, what does it mean to be punctual? While most think that being punctual consists of simply being on time, it extends beyond the clock. To be punctual means to be a few minutes early, presentable, and well prepared. Often, being punctual regarding time influences how well prepared one may be. For example: If you have a ten-minute commute to work, and leave your house twelve minutes before you start work, you do not have much room for uncontrollable factors such as traffic. This could result in being rushed and frazzled when you finally arrive. If, however, you leave your house with twenty minutes until you start work, you have extra time to spare, allowing you to arrive slightly early and avoid any distractions or feelings of stress from running late.

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Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

What does diversity and inclusion in the modern workplace mean? Svensen Neighbour Recruiting Partner, Shannon Neighbour, explains what it means to operate a diverse and inclusive organization.

Neighbour says that diversity and inclusion means to “have a workplace that is comprised of human differences in an environment that supports and values these differences.”

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