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Living life with boundaries and being boundless

Boundaries and Boundless… Oxymoron you might say but I would beg to differ and let me tell you why. Growing up boundaries are very important. Do not talk to strangers, be home before the sun sets and always do your homework. Boundaries help people create safe spaces around themselves to allow development and growth in a safe environment that promotes sustainability. While this is very important it also has the ability to be detrimental to one’s imagination and their ability to push beyond. 

The course of life is fairly laid out for most people. School, job, family … life! And while these boundaries all increase the potential to live a safe and satisfying life they also represent a potential roadblock to new and unique experiences or potentially amazing opportunities. With today’s new technology and different generational cultures a lot of individuals have embraced the concept of a boundless life. Living in vans, traveling non stop and irresponsibly pursuing what others perceive to be an

2021-04-26T09:06:28-04:00April 26th, 2021|Job Seekers|

Maximizing capacity benefits work life balance

Capacity is such an interesting topic because every person’s capacity level is so unique. 

Some people believe that Capacity is static, you have what you have and it doesn’t change, my experience is that Capacity both grows and shrinks.  I can think of times in my life when I had to simply get more done than I thought possible, and without moving a deadline or shifting my personal responsibilities I found I was able to get it done. Equally, I have noticed that there have been times in life when I didn’t have a lot to do, this is especially relevant a year ago right now as the whole world shut down. What I found when I went back to work was that I was more tired and less productive than I had been in the same setting with the same responsibilities previously.

Capacity is created through a series of events:

One’s understanding of tasks that

2021-03-10T10:42:04-05:00March 10th, 2021|Job Seekers|

A goal without a plan is meaningless

Let’s say that you are in your hometown of West Reading, Pennsylvania going downtown with some friends for dinner and the local pub that you show up at has a great little country singer named Taylor Swift, who you enjoy listening to as the night passes. By the end of the evening, you go over and drop a $10 bill in her guitar case because … she earned it! She sang her little heart out and did a good at it too.

A few years go by and this little country singer has blown up. She has released multiple albums and started touring. She performs large concerts and sings for thousands of people. Finally, you have the night off work and get a group of friends together to go to her concert. As you purchase the ticket it does not phase you that you are paying $250 to go watch her because she is worth it. Taylor started out young, she put in a lot of time and energy into

2021-02-19T17:08:43-05:00January 19th, 2021|Employers, Job Seekers|

Creating a safe workplace for everyone

Despite COVID-19’s crippling effects across so many office spaces in Canada, Ontario manufacturing plants, and society as a whole, Revolution Staffing has been able to withstand the tribulation of the Novel Coronavirus to continue to safely service our current customers and new clients who are in extra need of support during these trying times.

In times like these safety needs to be of the utmost importance. Creating a safe place for our staff in the office as well as the employees who are in your workplace is our main priority.

Back in March as Canada shut down and businesses across the country closed everyone had hopes that looking back on the lock down the world would see it as an unnecessary over exaggeration. However, as time has gone on and understanding of the virus has developed it is clear that the lockdown was essential when it happened. We as a country had little understanding, little knowledge and no extra PPE equipment

2020-12-18T21:40:34-05:00December 18th, 2020|Employers, Job Seekers|