Getting back into the swing

July 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;7/21/2006, Special section p23
Trade Publication
The article cites several ways of coping up with the problems that confront workers who obtained lengthy break such as maternity leave. Employees normally feel stressful in getting back into the routine of work especially when the job involves customer relations. Sally Hartley, executive recruiter of TMS Asia Pacific has provided tips to aid the pressures that exist in employment re-entry including application for temporary positions and registration for travel agency updates.


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