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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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Christians Too Busy for God

In data collected from over 20,000 Christians in 139 countries (though mostly in America) and between the ages of 15 and 88, The Obstacles to Growth Survey ...


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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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Christian Businessman Trains Teens

Isaiah Williams needed money—fast. Only 19, and about to become a father, he wanted to provide his child with everything he could. Williams heard ...


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The Purpose of Work

He who labors ought to perform his task not for the purpose of ministering to his own needs but that he may accomplish the Lord's command, 'I was hungry ...


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Street Sweeper Shows Excellence

I was sitting on a bench on a beach boardwalk late one afternoon, resting after an hour walk. I had passed a woman in a green uniform pushing a broom ...


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Most Prestigious Professions

A nation-wide Harris Poll of 1,010 U.S. adults indicates most people feel jobs that are heroic, helpful, or both, hold the most prestige. The occupations ...


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Statistics on the Suffering of the Unemployed

According to a New York Times/CBS News poll of 708 of the nation's unemployed adults:

  • More than half have borrowed money from friends or relatives since losing their jobs.

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Who Appreciates Us at Work

According to a 2010 Cornerstone OnDemand survey, the majority of Americans (54 percent) think their coworkers appreciate them the most at work and not ...


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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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