One of my team members from work passed away last week. I was notified by his daughter. This was a new experience for me as I've only indirectly worked with one other person that died. This situation was different because I was his 'manager' and it was my responsibility to inform his colleagues.
emotion is natural and expected. If you feel like you need to cry do so. If you want to try and hold back the tears look up or drink some water - it tends to help.in notifying colleagues say what you truly feel and relay any information the family has requested you pass on. This could be dates of the memorial service, names of charities you may make a donation to in lieu of flowers and in our situation, a final word to his colleagues.if you are the deceased's 'direct report' then you must contact the HR department. They will do all the paperwork for life insurance and notify the other departments. If they do not distribute a notice of memoriam within the work place it is…
December 1996 in my defense - we were on our way out and it was -5
hat - vintage mohair (I still have it) leather jacket - men's vintage with a zip in liner (I wish I still had it!) wool gloves - military surplus trousers - men's vintage (I loved those pants!) boots - platform Fluevogs
You may only be traveling with two or three outfits but if you choose wrinkle resistant materials, unpack your clothes when you arrive, keep them clean (carry a spot remover) and pressed - you will always appear well dressed - no matter how much your outfits cost.
Whew - I hope you've recovered from that cold/flu that was going around. No matter how many times I washed my hands it got me (after two weeks of teasing) - it's air born apparently. I made a feeble attempt at thrifting just before it hit - here are some pics from a store located about an hour south of my place. The poodle's name was Spring. I look forward to getting fashionably back on track!