A line had to be drawn somewhere. So, this is it. I have been looking forward to returning to this little corner, revisiting all the other little corners that I love on the web, and enjoying this parallel universe again. From then on, she tried to keep herself busy because she believes that a free time would only give her the chance to think, to be reminded of the hurtful events she had undergone. She hates it, she hates when a bit of those memories enter her mind. At first, she doesn’t want to accept the truth that it happened, that her dreams had been blown away, that she needs to move on and understand that people cannot control everything..
I was born in Krakow in 1950 in Poland and we arrived in Sydney 15th of January, 1960. It was quite a contrast when we arrived we live now in a western world and we no longer had such restrictions as we did. Mum actually wrote a book about this whole experience..
Additionally, look at the face of a dolphin. Notice something? They look like devious little shits that are up to no good. Seals, however, appear to be innocent, lazy, and dumb. Last year when Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg posted an unpaid internship position for her Lean In Foundation (a non profit that exhorts women to in and ask for more pay, responsibility and power in the workplace), reaction on social media was swift. It was ironic that Sandberg, who had just sold Facebook stock for more than $90 million, was advertising for unpaid labour, requiring applicants to back just a bit and work for free.It a debate that continues today, especially in Ontario where the provincial labour ministry recently shut down unpaid internship programs at two magazines(The Walrus and Toronto Life) prompting other publishers to follow suit.The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Canada largest HR association and the regulator of the HR profession in Ontario surveyed its 20,000 members learn how they (as professionals who oversee internships) feel about unpaid internships. Do unpaid internships provide a valuable opportunity to get a foot in the door of a chosen profession or are they sheer exploitation?Seventy six per cent of respondents said that, regardless of whether they think unpaid internships are right or wrong, they are concerned about the issue either because they believe that doing away with unpaid internships would mean lost opportunities for young people to gain valuable and much needed experience, or because they consider them exploitative.Exactly half of respondents said there is a place for unpaid internships, and that they provide young people with important work experience, as well as an opportunity to build networks and acquire important, transferable, skills.