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Creating and Sustaining a Learning Organization: Go Out on a Limb!

There are a lot of things right with training and a lot of things wrong.   http://blog.mutualforce.com/2014/03/12/the-power-of-you-and-your-organization-culture/    Mutualforce.com has put together a good, run-of-the-mill list that every trainer will relate to. 404 more words

Hobbies help you on the job too, study finds

Creative pursuits outside of work, such as art, cooking or sport, may help improve job performance, a new study has found.

Even things like watching television, playing video games or meeting friends – activities where we “kick back and relax” – could have a beneficial effect on job performance, the study found. 251 more words

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Fun at Work III

While I wish everyone can enjoy this activity, some can get into serious trouble for doing so. PRANKS IN THE WORKPLACE are a good way to keep the atmosphere lighter around the workplace. 171 more words

Being a Business Owner.  Wow!

I’m my only employee. Below are a few of my duties. Does this sound like you?

Acquire the tools to operate the business.

Get clients/customers… 45 more words

Meaningful Work and HR

How do you define meaningfulness? Is it important for you to search for a meaningful work? Following is an excerpt from one of my projects: 940 more words

The Honest Employee (Hadith No. 1956)


Kitaab-ul-Ijaarah starts today.

Volume 3, Book 36, Number 461 :
Narrated by Abu Musa Al-Ashari (radiallaahu `anhu)
The Prophet (sallallaahu `alayhi wasallam… 145 more words


The economic benefits of hiring disabled employees

This video offers a very insightful and powerful message about the benefit of hiring individuals with disabilities.