I have a new article on the blurring of the line between work and life out on Philly.com today. For this piece, I look at how workplaces have been changing to meet employees' lifestyle needs as individuals have been becoming more connected. I spoke with Jennifer Armstrong, US External Communications for GlaxoSmithKline to get some insight as to what the international pharmaceutical giant has done at their new Navy Yard location, which prides itself on being an "officeless" environment where employees are armed with softphone-enabled laptops and determine where they will work, and I looked at some other examples of non-traditional work perks offered by other area companies.
I'm a certified career coach based in Philadelphia. I started my own practice to help people land their dream jobs and achieve their individual definitions of success.
I also keep this blog with my musings on changes in the employment landscape, advice for job seekers, links to other career-related articles, and anything else that catches my interest.