I always try and follow these preludes to the Kentucky Derby so that I have at least an educated guess on Derby Day.
"Picture this scenario: you’ve been seeking new employment at a
This is the Christmas story as told through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google, Wikipedia, Google Maps, GMail, Foursquare, Amazon… ad infinitum. See YouTube – THE DIGITAL STORY OF THE NATIVITY.
CEOs who lay off the most people rake in the profits
"CEOs in one compa
As my brother says, this one’s for those too lazy to actually work out. 🙂
Those who say raising the minimum wage will bankrupt companies are just plain wrong. Here’s the proof. Treat (and pay) your people well, and they’ll be great employees. Treat them like crap and, surprise surprise, they’ll be crappy employees. What a concept! 🙂
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I agree. And a big reason for this, I believe, is that hiring managers hire based on likability, enthusiasm, and an applicant’s degree (no matter what that degree is in) rather than on experience and intelligence.
So, the people who end up running things often have no real idea what they’re doing, but, darn it, they’re enthusiastic an
Time to start watching the Derby “prep” races so you can at least make an educated guess/bet on Derby Day!
I thought this, above, was kinda cool for generating a pseudonym. You can also generate a Medieval name, a Twitter name, whatever. On that page, the actual “generator” buttons are on the right. It took me a second to tune out