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change the toilet approach to work

LAST week I sat down to coffee with a former junior colleague of mine to whom I first revealed my ‘Toilet Approach To Work’ thesis months ago. 722 more words


The Farm of Happiness of an Engineer, on Changing Tracks


Recently, I’d gotten reconnected with a classmate from high school, and I’d found, that he’d experienced a shift in his life, originally, he works as an engineer, at a high tech factory, he’d gotten all the way up to a high managerial position, but, his boss took the investments, ran off, causing the company to shut down, and, he and his colleagues all faced the facts of not having a job anymore. 589 more words


A Blog of Reblogs

Hello, can’t you be ORIGINAL, and come up with the things you post on your own blogs ON your own, instead of plagiarizing someone ELSE’s ideas?   182 more words


Things You Should Never Say To Your Boss!

Ok, a boss is someone in charge of an employee or organisation. Right?

If so, not everyone then should be concerned about what to say or what not to say to a boss since not everyone is employed by someone else or organisations. 1,347 more words


Business Law and Ethics|Legal Underpinnings of Business Law

  Today it is apparent that businesses in the United States have had problems with their owners’ and managers’ practices of being transparent and free from fraudulent activity concerning  dealings with partners, employees and consumers. 1,721 more words


How Many "No's", Before the Final Yes

On perspectives…

How many “no’s”, before the final “yes”? A ton?  Two TONS?  Three, four, even FIVE T-O-N-S?  How many times, must you face your rejections, before success comes onboard your ship, plane, or whatever it is you’re currently on? 88 more words


Alienated from Team Nurse

I have been hospitalised once in Zambia at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH). I dreaded it from the start because I had heard one too many horror stories. 1,015 more words