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Love is in the Air

Posted by Amy Wilson on February 21, 2008


valentinesday.jpgI first fell in love with “my job” when I joined Peoplesoft in the 90’s.  I didn’t realize why at the time, other than the fact that I got paid more and could fly home from my assignment on Thursdays instead of Fridays.  Years later, I find myself intoxicated by the research area of employee engagement and I know exactly why:  I was valued (and optimally leveraged), I was developing new skills, and I had a strong sense of community and pride.

Over the years, “my job” and I have had fights and I’ve even considered leaving on occasion.  But I’ve always been able to re-ignite that spark through new, exciting projects, rewarding relationships, and opportunities for growth. 

“My job” and I recently celebrated our 10th anniversary.  We’ve never been happier.

(Happy Valentine’s Day … err Week)

4 Responses to “Love is in the Air”

  1. Meg Bear said

    must be all the great people you work with😉 — thanks for the valentines hearts, I feel so much more love now.

  2. Scotty said

    Congrats Amy, the pen should be on its way shortly😉

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