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A Louisville, Kentucky Taco Bell Location Refused To Serve Cops, Employees To Be ‘Re-Trained’

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Five Louisville, Kentucky police officers were refused service at an area Taco Bell, and employees were overheard threatening to “mess with them” before the officers left the restaurant, WDRB (Louisville) is reporting. It is the latest in a series of incidents in which a business has made headlines for refusing to serve police officers. Show More Summary

The 10 highest-paying finance companies in America

Some industries are known for paying employees better than others. Finance is one of them. To find which banks and financial services companies are most generous when it comes to compensation, Glassdoor sifted through thousands of salary...Show More Summary

Raise Employee Morale With These Unique Methods

Low employee morale can drain energy from your workforce, leading to poor performance, teamwork and customer service. Employees thrive in a cooperative environment with fulfilling work, but they often need outlets for relieving stress and recharging their minds. Show More Summary

USC faces federal lawsuit over 'excessive' retirement plan fees

A lawsuit filed this week against USC claims that university officials failed to prevent more than 28,000 employees from overpaying for third-party retirement investment and administrative services, “resulting in millions of dollars in excessive recordkeeping fees each year.” The federal class...

USC faces federal lawsuit over 'excessive' retirement plan fees

A lawsuit filed this week against USC claims that university officials failed to prevent more than 28,000 employees from overpaying for third-party retirement investment and administrative services, “resulting in millions of dollars in excessive recordkeeping fees each year.” The federal class...

According to a Google employee, Duo will feature audio calls “soon”

Google's new video calling service, Duo, was released earlier this week but does not include support for audio-only calling. According to a Google employee this feature will be released later.

Espresa wants to help companies pamper their employees

The range of benefits that Silicon Valley companies offer employees may vary from dental, vision and 401(k) all the way to yoga massages, car washes and beauty services. With tech giants like Facebook and Google making a big deal about the benefits they offer, delivering and managing perks is a key part of any company’s strategy to attract talent now — and this is… Read More

Espresa wants to help companies pamper their employees

The range of benefits that Silicon Valley companies offer employees may vary from dental, vision and 401(k) all the way to yoga massages, car washes and beauty services. With tech giants like Facebook and Google making a big deal about the benefits they offer, delivering and managing perks is a key part of any company’s strategy to attract talent now — and this is… Read More

Trans Folks Can Now Pee Safely in All Federal Buildings

The General Services Administation issued a new rule today that will ensure transgender employees and visitors have access to public restrooms in all federal buildings.

Employers who promote ethics should reward workers who exhibit them, study finds

Building a business reputation from the inside out — with employees giving a company high marks as an ethical place to work — is increasingly being hailed as a way to get a leg up on the competition, right alongside customer service and quality products.

Uber is letting Indians book a cab without its app

Now that Uber doesn’t have to worry about China, the American cab-hailing service is paying more attention to India.  SEE ALSO: Uber's biggest rival in India just laid off nearly 1,000 employees Uber is making it easier for Indian riders to book a cab on its platform. Show More Summary

Uber's biggest rival in India just laid off nearly 1,000 employees

Amid fierce competition from Uber, India’s largest cab hailing service Ola has shut down TaxiForSure, a rival cab aggregator it had acquired last year for $200 million. The shutdown is expected to affect nearly 1,000 employees. SEE ALSO:...Show More Summary

IRS Employee Responsible For Helping Taxpayers Stole From Them Instead

Nakeisha Hall’s job was to help taxpayers. Hall, the daughter of a long-time IRS employee, started working for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in 2000. In 2007, she began work at the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) office in Birmingham, Alabama and subsequently worked in TAS offices in Nebraska, Louisiana, and Utah. At TAS, Hall […]

Rick Trotter, Fired Memphis Grizzlies Announcer, Arrested for 'Making Upskirt Videos of Church Members'

Rick Trotter, the man behind the voice of the Memphis Grizzlies who also served as an employee of Downtown Church in Memphis, Tennessee, was arrested Tuesday for "making upskirt videos of church members," reportedly "while services were going on."

How To Move From An Entrepreneur To Manager Or Fail

As a business advisor, I have too often seen technical entrepreneurs get a product or service off the ground with ease, but then struggle mightily when their business reaches a couple of million in annual sales, or the employee count grows beyond a handful. Show More Summary

Trump's child-care claims called into question

The GOP nominee told voters he provided on-site child-care services for his employees. But there's no evidence he does.

Trump touts childcare programs, but they're for guests only

He told voters in Iowa earlier this year that he provided on-site child-care service for his employees, but there is no evidence these programs exist

5 Great Strategies to Improve Your Customer Service and Sales

Good Customer service doesn't cost anything but bad customer service can cost you millions of dollars in bad publicity, massive customer loss and employee mediocrity. If you're in business and have customers you need to read take this seriously! Customer service is almost more important than your products or services. Show More Summary

98% of political donations by Catholic Relief Services staff go to abortion advocates: report

A Lepanto Institute report found that 98 percent of CRS employees' political donations go to anti-life supporters.

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