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Employers' Attitude Linked to Employee Health
Research in England revealed that bosses who treat their employees unfairly can cut their lives short. Sixty-four hundred civil servants in London were ...
Workers Achieve 31-Hour Day
You can have it all. You can work harder, play harder, and multitask your way to squeezing 31 hours of activity into a 24-hour day. That's the finding ...
Girl Will Be Tired When She Grows Up
A photographer was snapping pictures of first graders at an elementary school, making small talk to put his subjects at ease.
"What are you going to be ...
"The Big Kahuna": Being a Witness
The Big Kahuna features three sales representatives of a lubricant company who are attending a business conference in Wichita, Kansas. The sole purpose ...
USC President Shares Leadership Lesson
Steve Sample is the president of the University of Southern California. In his book, The Contrarian's Guide to Leadership, Sample shares a leadership ...
Steve Jobs Grateful He Was Fired
"I was lucky I found what I loved to do early in life. Woz (Steve Wozniak) and I started Apple in my parents' garage when I was 20. We worked hard, and ...
Suspicious Device Allowed Employee to Sleep on the Job
Since 9/11 our nation has been on high alert. Although for several years nothing as catastrophic has happened in this country since that day, terrorists ...
Entering the Kingdom of Google
The success of Google Inc. is such that it is now part of the American cultural vocabulary and consciousness. The Google search engine has tamed the vast ...
Flight Attendant Serves for Christ's Sake
Author and educator, Howard Hendricks, sat in a plane that was delayed for take off. After a long wait, the passengers became more and more irritated. ...
A Calling, Not a Job
I think most of us are looking for a calling, not a job. Most of us, like the assembly line worker, have jobs that are too small for our spirit. Jobs ...