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Boss' Pet: Playing Peacemaker

In Hebrews 12:11-15, the Apostle Paul explains that, “All discipline for the moment seems not to be joyful, but sorrowful; yet to those who have been trained by it, afterwards it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness. 524 more words

Christians In The Workplace


For what it’s worth, gay rights in the workplace has become an agenda issue at the World Economic Forum’s annual conference in Davos, Switzerland.

Apple Computer CEO, Tim Cook, made some sensation a while back last year 2014, when he became the first CEO of a Fortune 500 company to publicly identify as gay. 443 more words

Practical Jokes and the Workplace: Tips for the Victim

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been examining reasons to avoid playing practical jokes both in the workplace and elsewhere. While it may be a good idea for us to avoid engaging in such activities, however, that doesn’t mean that others won’t try to pull us in. 644 more words

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Practical Jokes and the Workplace: Four Points to Consider

Last week in “A Caution”, I shared the story of a practical joke gone wrong… and advised that the best way to execute a prank in the workplace is not to execute one at all. 726 more words

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Jezebel? Me? Wow.

So today, my male contractor hands me the keys and quits because someone who has seen me around town and/or near my office has started the rumor that he’s having an affair with “that woman” (being me). 389 more words

Workplace Issues

Is There a Difference Between Harassment and Bullying?

The answer is yes, and no. Last week we discussed sexual harassment in the workplace, and how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits… 953 more words

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Practical Jokes and the Workplace: A Caution

I couldn’t resist the urge – he was sleeping so soundly, his head resting on a cushion atop the break room couch. His feet were propped carelessly upon the table, leaving his brand new sneakers in full view of anyone who entered the room. 386 more words

Christians In The Workplace