Month

May 2020
By Dan Hawthorne, Ph.D. Continuing with our Future of Work series, let’s explore the delivery and logistics industry. This industry went from being a relatively innocuous part of our society to a lifeline to critical supplies we need during this pandemic. In early 2020, the delivery organizations we were all used to, including USPS, FedEx...
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By Susan Simpson In 2009, after 13 years of college and workforce coaching overseas, my world shifted. Political and visa law changes required that we relocate from Russia back to the United States without much warning. My coachees were at pivotal points in life: graduating, launching careers, starting families, overcoming traumas. And suddenly, “Welcome to...
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By Dan Hawthorne, Ph.D. Continuing our Future of Work series, we’re going to take a look at an industry that has been on the front lines of this pandemic, healthcare. The spotlight on this industry segment during this time has resulted in everything from praise and support to jeers and even threats. Healthcare professionals are...
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By Dan Hawthorne, Ph.D. As we continue with our Future of Work blog series, let’s discuss a critical element of what we are experiencing now, and will likely be a large part of the future – telecommuting (also known as virtual work). If you weren’t familiar with the idea of virtual work before the beginning of...
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PAIRIN Team Celebrates Virtual Decision Day in Colorado This year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re celebrating Decision Day virtually! Across the country, Decision Day celebrates students selecting their pathways, whether students choose to attend a university, community college, private occupational school, an apprenticeship or serve in the military. Here in Colorado, juniors and...
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