Caitlyn Norwood

Caitlyn Norwood
Caitlyn is a very proud wife and new mom. She often believes she should have been born in the 1960s. The progressive thought and change that occurred in that decade is very inspiring to her. She is the Social Media Strategist at VTR. She loves coming up with new ideas to provide products with innovation and relevance. Her favorite things include political science, alternative history, going to the beach, and listening to all kinds of music-but especially music from Motown.

Recent Posts

Anxiety in the Workplace

Posted by Caitlyn Norwood on 4/9/20 10:00 AM

At one point or another in your career, you will more than likely face some type of anxiety in your life. The stressors that cause this anxiety won’t always be work-related. It can be chronic, can stem from issues at home, finances, and sickness. The list goes on and on, but no matter the cause, anxiety can affect your work, relationships with coworkers, and your overall view of your job.

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Topics: Uncategorized

Conference Cancellations and Reschedules

Posted by Caitlyn Norwood on 3/20/20 12:31 PM

Undeniably, COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the day-to-day workings of the business world (click here to read about some of the impacts, and how VTR is helping), and amidst all the chaos and confusion, it's easy to lose track of important events and deadlines. Many business professionals rely on conferences and other organizational events to meet their continuing education needs, but because of the virus, a large number of such conferences have been moved to a virtual format, postponed or canceled altogether. In order to help curb a bit of the confusion, we've compiled a list of important events for HR professionals, members of the American Payroll Association, and certified public accountants in order to clarify whether they have been canceled, postponed or are still continuing as planned.

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Topics: Coronavirus, Conference

Why Vacation is Important

Posted by Caitlyn Norwood on 11/27/18 9:00 AM

 

It's easy to forget why vacation is important. You've come to the end of the year and have worked hard to make a living. You were a faithful employee, giving your time in and out of office hours. When someone needed off, you covered for them. When you needed a break, you pushed through to show your commitment to your team. To top it all off, you donated over $500 back to your employer.

What if I told you this scenario was true for 52% of Americans? 

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, happiness, HRCI, SHRM, vacation, paid time off

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