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Trinda Tresham

Trinda Tresham is the Regional Vice President, Franchise.

Website: https://www.wsifranchise.com/

Email: ttresham@wsicorporate.com

Author's Posts

Top 5 Tips & Tactics for an Aspiring Mompreneur

by Trinda Tresham on Sep 14, 2018 3:32:49 PM

What is a mompreneur? If you take a quick look at the spelling, it should become clear that this is a combination of the words "mom" and "entrepreneur." In other terms, this person is a mother who is going into business for herself. Of course, just hearing those words should make people realize there's a whole suite of considerations and challenges in this professional decision. You don't want to make compromises on your job or your parenting, so how do you keep these two aspects in healthy balance? The following are some tips and strategies to help a mom out!

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Becoming an Entrepreneur

Some Doable Time-Management Tips for Working Mums Facing a 'Time Crunch'

by Trinda Tresham on Jul 20, 2018 3:37:54 PM

Are you a busy working mom who never feels like you have time for yourself? You’re not alone. According to the US Department of Labor, about 70% of women with children were either working or looking for work. If you’re one of the many parents struggling to stay on top of it all, read on for time management tips for busy parents.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice

Mother, Working Woman, or Juggler? What to Do When You're Tired!

by Trinda Tresham on Jun 8, 2018 3:07:27 PM

Are you a working mother who is stressed out about getting everything done? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. Since some 70% of mothers today are working or looking for work, it’s a safe bet that most of them are at least a little frazzled. Many mothers are also juggling work, meaning they may have multiple jobs in addition to their home commitments and childcare.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Business Skills & Trends

Why Tech-Savvy Millennials Can Be Successful in Internet Marketing

by Trinda Tresham on May 11, 2018 8:30:00 AM

A 2016 BNP Paribas Global Entrepreneur Report shows that, when it comes to business, millennials are extremely active and savvy. On average, millennial businesses are started at around age 27, where baby boomers would have started around age 35. 

What’s perhaps more interesting about millennial generation entrepreneurs is that they have a turnover of over 40% more than baby boomers.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Business Skills & Trends, Becoming an Entrepreneur, Digital Marketing Franchise

Why Many Women Don’t Want to Return to their Corporate Jobs After Maternity Leave

by Trinda Tresham on Apr 18, 2018 11:39:16 AM

Maternity and parental leave were created to ensure that mothers and parents aren't penalized for leaving the workplace temporarily to raise children, but that doesn’t mean that every woman who takes mat leave will actually return to the workplace. In fact, when you look at how many mothers return to work after mat leave, about 10 percent of women don’t go back within a year, and as many as 43 percent of highly qualified women with children are leaving their careers at some point in their lifetimes. It’s clear that some women don’t return to work after having children, and today’s discussion will tackle some of the more common reasons behind this decision.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Becoming an Entrepreneur

Traditional VS. New Age Business Ideas: What Has More Chances of Success?

by Trinda Tresham on Apr 6, 2018 11:03:09 AM

Carving out a spot for yourself among the entrepreneurs of today can be a challenging task that requires thought and research at every step. Even something as seemingly simple as choosing between a traditional versus a new age business can demand attention and resources, and this can make it difficult to choose the right type of business for your career path. The good news, however, is that both traditional and new age businesses can offer opportunities for success, as long as you modernize traditional business ideas, keep some traditional elements in any new age business, and remember that marketing is vital to the success of any venture.

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Topics: Becoming an Entrepreneur, Digital Marketing Franchise, WSI Franchise Information

Can Maternity Leave Affect Your Career Adversely?

by Trinda Tresham on Mar 27, 2018 2:50:56 PM

One of the biggest and most important decisions any professional woman will have to address in her career is whether to have children and whether to take an extended maternity leave. The problem is that mat leave can, in fact, have an adverse impact on your career, forcing some women to choose between pregnancy and career. However, the full answer is much more complex than a simple yes (mat leave can affect your career) and no. Modern professional moms are exploring and discovering new options that allow women to experience the best of what motherhood and a professional career can offer.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Business Skills & Trends

How WSI Is Helping a Growing Population of Women Define Their Digital Marketing Careers

by Trinda Tresham on Mar 2, 2018 3:21:27 PM

Digital marketing isn't always something professional women think of when they're brainstorming ways to strike a healthier work-life balance, find new learning opportunities, and explore personal and professional growth. But the truth is that over the last 20-plus years, WSI has been helping women redefine their careers through digital marketing, and if given a chance, we could do the same for you. Here's how.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Franchise Ownership, Becoming an Entrepreneur, Digital Marketing Franchise, WSI Franchise Information

Flexible Work Arrangements: Can It Make Women More Productive?

by Trinda Tresham on Feb 20, 2018 3:03:26 PM

A flexible work arrangement can refer to any of the following situations: flexibility in the scheduling of work hours, flexibility in the number of hours worked (e.g., part-time work, job shares), or flexibility in the place of work (e.g., work from home). While flexible hours is a great option to have for all employees, it can be especially beneficial to women professionals, many of whom have responsibilities outside the workplace. In fact, in many cases it works for employers as well since having flexibility in the workplace can alleviate stress, make employees more loyal, and lead to a workplace environment and culture that’s more positive and productive.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Becoming an Entrepreneur

Gender Equality: Does It Exist in Your Workplace?

by Trinda Tresham on Feb 2, 2018 11:58:37 AM

Gender equality will only be reached if we are able to empower women. Michelle Bachelet
There are many factors that lead to gender inequality in the workplace, including how employees are paid, treated, and valued based on their skills, or whether these factors are influenced by an employee’s gender. But what does gender equality look like in a professional setting, and what can you do to promote it? These are questions that many women professionals and women in power face every day, and today we’re going to look at whether or not gender equality exists in Canadian workplaces, and what you can do to make positive changes for yourself and others.

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Topics: Career Tips & Advice, Business Skills & Trends, Becoming an Entrepreneur

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