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Mentor Teaches a Teenager about the Value of Service

In his book Leading Across Culture, James E. Plueddemann reflects on an experience that taught him the eternal value of service and working hard—even ...


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Serving God in Your Work

Martin Luther was approached by a working man who wanted to know how he could serve God. Luther asked him, "What is your work now?" The man said, "I'm ...


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A Gossip-Free Workplace

Sam Chapman, founder of Empower Public Relations in Chicago, Illinois, has banned gossip in his office. Two years ago, Chapman left a larger company where ...


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Abused Employees Retaliate

A 2007 survey conducted by researchers at Florida State University discovered that employees who endure abuse from their bosses retaliate with poor performance. ...


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Alcoholic Beer Taster Sues Brewery

An unidentified beer taster went to battle with a Brazilian brewery, alleging his bosses failed to provide the proper health safeguards when they ordered ...


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Writings on Hospital Charts

Rumored notes from hospital charts (probably written by some sleepy intern or frazzled nurse):

• The patient refused autopsy.
• Patient has left ...

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Head of Salvation Army Recommends Prayer for Businesses

In a 2006 interview with USA Today, Israel Gaither, the national commander for the Salvation Army, offered some advice on how to instill employees with ...


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Employees Would Hide Websites from Bosses

A Spherion Workplace poll of 1,601 employed adults asked the following question: "If you knew your employer could see content from your social network ...


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Office Workers Bombarded by Messages

If you feel overloaded, you're not crazy. You're normal. But you may feel distracted, frustrated, or half sick, because the average office worker gets ...


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Executives Choose to Act like Children

When the stress of work gets to be too much, an increasing number of executives are escaping from the cares of this world in less conventional ways. Instead ...


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