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Paychecks and Self-Worth: An Introduction to Industry and Economics Part II

The salary offered at most workplaces isn’t a reflection of the worth of the individual performing the task, but the value of the service they offer. 705 more words

Workplace Issues

JOB INTERVIEW TIPS

Here are some guidelines to help you prepare for an interview session

:: It is important that you are early for an interview. Always arrive about 15 to 20 minutes before the interview. 272 more words

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A Lost Opportunity

After accepting the promotion and higher pay at my current place which was a result of counter offer to retain me in this position, I wanted to ensure I give them value for money that’s being paid to me. 692 more words

Year 2012

Paychecks and Self-Worth: An Introduction to Industry and Economics Part I

Last week in “Scripture’s View on Human Value”, we explored what the Bible has to tell us about the worth of each of us as individuals. 398 more words

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Forgive And Forget: Your Choice

So why is it that we take pictures? To capture a moment?  Perhaps to be able to relive a fond memory, or just to mark the passage of time. 910 more words

Career Transition

Paychecks and Self-Worth: The New Testament and Human Value

Last week, in “The Old Testament and Human Value”, we took a brief look at human value in light of creation. This week, we’ll explore several passages from the New Testament and examine human value in light of our re-creation. 540 more words

Christians In The Workplace

Paychecks and Self-Worth: The Old Testament and Human Worth

Last week in “Determining Society’s Winners and Losers”, we examined the perspective that a person’s worth as an individual is determined by the number of digits in their paycheck. 443 more words

Christians In The Workplace