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Invisible Illnesses: Working from Home

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  1. ProducerCristina Di Benigno
    7 Great Reasons To Choose A Temporary Job
    7 Great Reasons To Choose A Temporary JobI wrote an article about Temporary Working and WorkGaps published it :) 7 Great Reasons To Choose A Temporary...
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  2. Tony Rossi

    Tony Rossi

    01/08/2016
    *Glaxo, Alphabet Plan $700 Million Bioelectric Treatment Venture*
    We're on the verge of being able to battle so many nervous system disorders that have confounded modern medicine for so long.
    Tony Rossi
    Glaxo, Alphabet Plan $700 Million Bioelectric Treatment Venture
    flip.it GlaxoSmithKline and Google-parent Alphabet have formed a joint venture to develop new bioelectronic medical treatments in which they could initially invest more than $700...
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  3. Tony Rossi

    Tony Rossi

    27/07/2016
    Depression cab be a root cause, or a side effect. See if these images help visualize how it feels.
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    6 Abstract Visualizations Of Depression's Ugly Toll
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  4. Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
    Many people have good brains, all fingers, and a laptop. And we have an Invisible Illness that carries plenty of its problems, but we're here to talk about Solutions. So here we will list 'answers' to questions. Great excitement! Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
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    Tony Rossi
    22/07/2016 #3 Tony Rossi
    #2 I feel you David. I think that's far enough off though. Plus, for now anyway, the precedent is being set that we're here to connect with others primarily about our interests and affinities, much further down the list is some expected professional image. I have a feeling the the early core beBee community won't tolerate superficial judgements. I don't know what your challenges are, but I know mine are quite invisible and we'll hidden from the public, even though I travel and interact with a ton of folks in person.
    Charles David Upchurch
    22/07/2016 #2 Charles David Upchurch
    #1 Likewise, @Tony Rossi. But that might decrease, for me, as more companies and recruiters realized that beBee "works" better for recruiting than LinkedIn does, as well as being more affordable. I say that because my primary discomfort with talking about my disability on LinkedIn is that potential clients and employers will see me as an illness, rather than as a person with some outstanding abilities, who understands and works around his limitations, while striving to overcome them.
    Tony Rossi
    22/07/2016 #1 Tony Rossi
    I'm really looking forward to this hive! It's not something I'm yet comfortable talking about on LinkedIn, but I feel authentic freedom on beBee! :+)