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Adapt or Die

We can’t be blind to the deficits of aging, but we needn’t wallow in them.  The important question is how best to deal with decline in ways that bring satisfaction.  994 more words

Letters On Aging

I am...Redeemed

I am…Redeemed!

“In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God’s grace.” Ephesians 1:7 NIV…

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Dear Bent Solicitor's, Barrister's, Fake Advocate's Et Al.

Stop with your psychopathic lying shit…you GREEDY BENT FRAUDSTER’S.

You have been well and truly caught out as dishonest filth in the pocket’s of the corrupt NHS/INSURER’S and bent official’s/criminal’s, taking money you were not entitled to for your own immoral financial gain, businesses and organisation’s…when you are nothing to do with me and my case. 257 more words

A Whistle Blowers Diary

When Was the Last Time You Reviewed Your Associate’s Compensation?

“How do I fairly compensate an associate adviser?” It’s a question many advisers grapple with as they bring new staff into their firms. It’s also one you should revisit from time to time, to ensure that your associate’s compensation remains in line with his or her growing responsibilities. 356 more words

Business Development

Retaining vs. Hiring - A Discussion on Salary

I was reading “Employees Who Stay In Companies Longer Than Two Years Get Paid 50% Less” in Forbes. One of the questions the author asks is: “Why are people who jump ship rewarded, when loyal employees are punished for their dedication?” While I think that implies intent to “punish” employees that I don’t believe is actually there, it does hit on a real question that has an impact on engagement and retention: “Are we over-prioritizing new hires in an unfair way? 1,128 more words

Japan Political Pulse: The truth about Fukushima nuclear disaster compensation

Of the unknown number of children who have been bullied for being from Fukushima Prefecture, where a nuclear disaster is still ongoing at a power station six years since its outbreak, one boy who evacuated to Yokohama was bullied and extorted by his classmates of 1.5 million yen in total. 851 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

Japan Political Pulse: The truth about Fukushima nuclear disaster compensation

Of the unknown number of children who have been bullied for being from Fukushima Prefecture, where a nuclear disaster is still ongoing at a power station six years since its outbreak, one boy who evacuated to Yokohama was bullied and extorted by his classmates of 1.5 million yen in total. 851 more words

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