“Faithful and committed relationships offer a door into the mystery of spiritual life in which we discover this; the more we give of self, the richer we become in soul; the more we go beyond ourselves in love, the more we become our true selves and our spiritual beauty is more fully revealed. In marriage we are seeking to bring one another into fuller life.” – Homily from the Royal Wedding by Dr. Richard Chartres, Anglican Bishop of London

Meaningful marriages are not limited to couples as the bond between employer and the employed presents the opportunity for both parties to bring one another into a fuller life. The diverse backgrounds of employees brings a richness to the knowledge base of a company while the company provides a venue for the employee to utilize their talents and abilities.

To avoid employment divorce, this relationship must be nurtured and fed on a regular basis to ensure both parties are getting their needs met. Take time this week and invest in your corporate marriage. You may just find that you fall in love with one another all over again as a result.

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Comment by Recruiting Animal on May 11, 2011 at 9:15am
But Scotty as a recruiter what you want is employment divorce. We are out sniffing for marriages that are cracked or stale and help to administer the final blow. If you are interested in retention you are on the wrong side of the tracks.
Comment by Recruiting Animal on May 11, 2011 at 9:22am

Also this sounds like the kind of stuff they preached to workers in Stalinist Russia:

 

the more we give of self, the richer we become in soul...

the more we go beyond ourselves in love, the more we become our true selves...

 

Is it wrong to ask "What about me?" Am I supposed to bury myself in the service of the other? Or am I to expect her to do stuff for me?

 

No good marriage isn't a one-way street but you'd never know it from this quotation.


Comment by Recruiting Animal on May 11, 2011 at 9:24am
No good marriage is a one-way street but you'd never know it from this quotation.

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