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What if Charlie Sheen Were Your Employee?

Charlie Sheen just announced he’s HIV positive. While Sheen is rich and famous and has all sorts of legal things set up to protect him and his interests, most people with HIV lead much more normal lives. In fact, you may have some people with HIV sitting in the next cubicle and you’d never know […]

Singing Songs of Love

The Hurdy Gurdy Man is at Anderson Layman's Blog. Just in time to memorize it for your completely unsolicited Thanksgiving dinner solo.

Missing in Action

The team had passion, energy, and intelligence. Unfortunately, those qualities simply enabled them to make a lot of mistakes very quickly. They needed sound judgment. Sound judgment is boring at times but very nice to have around.

Are You Grabbing Audience Attention?

It is far easier to sell something if your prospective clientele is already familiar with the service and product. But if you are starting up a business or half-way to where you wish to be, the process of trying to grow sales can be extremely frustrating. Show More Summary

Quote of the Day

Seek out that particular mental attitude which makes you feel most deeply and vitally alive, along with which comes the inner voice which says, "This is the real me," and when you have found that attitude, follow it. - William James

5 Steps To Easily Connect With Your Co-Workers

Being new in an office can be pretty challenging. You want to make friends, but not be annoying. Here are 5 steps to easily connect with your co-workers. The post 5 Steps To Easily Connect With Your Co-Workers appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

In A Job Search? Why You Must Tap The Hidden Job Market

The hidden job market is made up of jobs that are available to be filled, but aren't posted. In A Job Search? Here's why you must tap the hidden job market. The post In A Job Search? Why You Must Tap The Hidden Job Market appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

We Rise: Building Immigrant Working People Power

A year ago the president announced a series of executive actions on immigration. Today is a fitting time to honor those who compelled him to act. Around the country, courageous working people demanded an end to the deportation regime that was tearing communities, families and workplaces apart. They shut down detention centers, turned around buses, and […]

An Economy That Works For Everyone Starts With Women

According to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute, creating an economy that works for everyone starts with creating an economy that works for women. There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that the gap between women’s earnings and men’s earnings has closed a little. The bad news is the narrowing […]

Strangers Raise Money For Walmart Worker Fired For Picking Up Cans

When a parking lot attendant dared to recycle trash he picked up outside an upstate New York Walmart, the store fired him. Now generous strangers are trying to help cushion his sudden fall. Thomas Smith, 52, had been earning $9 an hour at an upstate New York Walmart for less than three months when his […]

When Temp Workers Die While Being Taken to the Job, Who’s Responsible?

On September 24, just after 3 PM, a 36-year-old Haitian immigrant named Marianie Sanon was sitting on a particleboard bench in the back of a van overcrowded with 22 other Haitian temp workers on their way to the night shift at a factory in Evansville, Indiana. She noticed that the van driver seemed to be […]

Customer Service and Mrs. Smith

A short video of former Phoenix fire chief Alan Brunacini on customer service. Brunacini is an old friend and a legend in the fire service. One of his concepts is a fictitious customer named "Mrs. Smith." You'll hear some Mrs. Smith references in the video.

Biomedical illustrator depicts the intricacies of the human body

I rarely get to observe surgery or procedures directly anymore but I use skeletons and brain models, MRI and CT scans, and other original source materials to research and solve complex visual problems.

What Starbucks' Red Cup Controversy Teaches Us About Negative PR

The Starbucks red cup decision is one of the best marketing shortcuts of the year.

How to Make Your Testimonials Page Stand Out From the Crowd

Here are some dos and don'ts to keep in mind as you put together your testimonials page.

Fewer companies are throwing office holiday parties

A new survey looked at end-of-year parties in Corporate America.

Hostage Situation in Northern France Near Belgium Border

UPDATE: Reportedly all the hostages are now safe. Situation seems to be winding down as police vehicles leave #Roubaix — Dan Rivers (@danieljerivers) November 24, 2015 #Roubaix: all hostages are safe now. (Regional...Show More Summary

12 Killed in Suicide Attack on Tunisian Presidential Guard Bus

At least 12 people were killed and more than 17 injured when a bomb went off on a bus full of Tunisian presidential guards. It’s said that the attack was the work of a suicide bomber. “I was on Mohamed … More » The post 12 Killed in Suicide Attack on Tunisian Presidential Guard Bus appeared first on EveryJoe.

How to Turn Your Seasonal Position Into Year-Round Employment

If you’re among the nation’s 550,000+ seasonal workers, you may have started your seasonal holiday position and love it so much that you hope it turns into long-term employment. Or, you may have accepted a seasonal position to get your foot in the door, hoping all along that your part-time job would turn into year-round [...]Show More Summary

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