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Workflow explores the everyday lives of every career imaginable.Whatever your job or position may be, your story has a unique way to be told and shared.

Kimberly Stylesa month ago
6 Things a Call Centre Worker Wishes You Knew
When working in a call center, you have your good days and your bad. I'm here to give you 6 tips on how to interact with call center staff so you don't make their day a bad one.
Melissa Jones2 months ago
Librarians Are Not What You Think They Are
When most people think about librarians they remember the mean, glasses-wearing old lady who worked at their school or public library. You probably assumed they had nothing to do better with their liv...
Carol Wilson2 months ago
Roles and Responsibilities of System Analyst
System Analysts are IT professionals who act as a mediator between clients and technical team. They are responsible for integrating business requirements into technology and ensure smooth functioning ...
Sami K3 months ago
Child and Youth Work
Do you work in a daycare? I wish I could scream when asked this question. Because no, I do not work in a daycare. I am not qualified to work with newborns or infants. I value the workers who are. You ...
Jennifer Violet3 months ago
How to Increase Productivity by Meditating at Work
During work, our productivity is almost never consistent. There will be days when we're so interested in what we're doing and utterly determined to get it done. But then there are days when we can't e...
Heather Wilkins3 months ago
Drama & Work Don't Mix
I moved to Saint Augustine and the first job I got was a part-time gig for Firehouse Subs. It was only ten to thirty minutes from my new apartment. I started working the day Steven Hawking died, but w...
Emery Ravenwood4 months ago
The Mind Can Wander...
A major issue many find when trying to write is distractions, whether it be from smartphones, television, people, or simply the environment they find themselves in. Concentration is crucial to a write...
Marion Yost4 months ago
Hard Work Pays Off—Right?
Growing up, we were told that if you work hard, it will pay off, so we've lived our lives by the rule that we would work our hardest so we could follow our dreams. I never wanted a position of power, ...
Maria Armenia4 months ago
The Fly on the Nightclub Wall
I'll never forget the feeling after walking out of my interview. A red polo shirt in one hand, and an ear piece in the other. Heart beating at a hundred miles per hour and droplets of sweat drenching ...
Darien Walsh-Levi4 months ago
5 Things Your Local Coffee Shop Barista Wants You To Know
It's no secret that in the United States, we love our coffee. We love our coffee a lot, in fact; so much so that in 2017, about half of the population (about 150 million Americans) drank espresso, lat...
Joseph Civitella5 months ago
Discernment of Life Calling — Excerpt 11
CHAPTER 2: The problem with training and development Section 1: The fallacy of top-down training The problem with training and development in an organizational setting is that it’s usually conducted i...
Beth Freely5 months ago
The Writer's Toolbox
A writer's toolbox is as individual as the writer it belongs to. I know. I have three of them and what is in the one I leave the house with depends on what my day holds. As writers, bloggers, authors,...
Baylee Tyree6 months ago
What to Expect as a Seasonal Worker at Victoria's Secret
Get ready for one of the best jobs you will ever have in retail! I'm sure you're super excited to begin working at Victoria's Secret. I mean, what girl wouldn't be? I know I was full of butterflies wh...
Tech Week in the Theatre Realm
So I think we can all quickly name off famous actors from theatre. Hugh Jackman, Ben Platt, Josh Groban, and the list goes on and on and on. What about the tech crew, though? Can you name some people ...
Julia Miller7 months ago
The Nanny Life
My day starts off like any others who work at 7:30 AM. I wake up and hope to have a good day and hope the two boys I take care of are going to behave and be happy. One boy is 3-years-old, the other is...
Katana Haley7 months ago
Sharpening Your Sales Strategy The Easy Way
Before you can expect the sales to start pouring in, you need a sales strategy. Even if you’re generating revenue without a strategy, it may not be long-lived. For example, if you land national or int...
D.C. Perry8 months ago
Writing Your First Book
It is done. The decision has been made. You're going to write a book and there's no doubt it's going to be great. And so you saunter downstairs to the family computer a little bit later, after everyon...
D.C. Perry8 months ago
The Struggles of the Modern Writer
When I was younger, ideas of being a middle-school author floating about in my head between worries about my terrible grades and just how I was to build a fort in a backyard so small and close to othe...