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Join us for weekly happy hour after work discussions where we talk about everything you CAN'T discuss at work.

From The Plantation To The Station From The Plantation To The Station

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Join us for weekly happy hour after work discussions where we talk about everything you CAN'T discuss at work.

    "Referrals, References & Religion"

    "Referrals, References & Religion"

    Join us for our last episode of the season as we discuss who you should trust for a referral or reference and then the always difficult topic of religion.

    • 55 min
    Annual Performance Revue & Taking Advantage of Job Incentives

    Annual Performance Revue & Taking Advantage of Job Incentives

    Annual Performance Revue & Taking Advantage of Job Incentives

    • 46 min
    "Financial Responsibilities & Maternity Leave"

    "Financial Responsibilities & Maternity Leave"

    How do you handle your finances at work? Do you meal prep? Uber or drive? We are unpacking the problems we come across regarding our work finances. Also we touch on the situation of Maternity Leave regarding coworkers and/or management and how it affects the workplace.

    • 50 min
    "Employee Guidelines"

    "Employee Guidelines"

    This episode we discuss the guidelines we may miss that are listed in the documents you're required to sign when being employed.

    • 47 min
    "Managing Extracurricular Activities Outside of Work"

    "Managing Extracurricular Activities Outside of Work"

    What are some of your activities outside of work and how to manage them?

    • 43 min
    "College VS. Skilled Trade"

    "College VS. Skilled Trade"

    This episode explores the differences between choosing to attend college or learning a skilled trade and the benefits of both.

    • 55 min

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