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Human Resources

The Corporate Christmas is well under way, de-humanizing society and sterilizing traditions and beliefs.

Human Resources is the new term for people who are employed. … 218 more words


Rabid Consumerism, Black Friday and the New 'Spirit of Christmas'...

If any new sign was needed (and it wasn’t) that we live in a viciously corporate-inspired, consumerist society, then the export of America’s “Black Friday”to the UK high street and the subsequently embarrassing scenes of shopping pandemonium serve as the definitive, rather ugly indictment. 773 more words
(All Things) CULTURE

What To Wear To A Christmas Party

Sunny greetings from L.A.!

It is end of November and Christmas decoration is slowly taking over every corner filling the atmosphere with winter-joy, even in sunny California. 301 more words


Taking a look at our Christmas Hamper Range

As a new company, it can be hard to get our name out there & compete on a level with the big companies, however we have worked very hard on using our traditional values as a family run business & our passion for what we do to create some amazing Christmas gifts to suit everyone. 415 more words


Chiming in with a topical Christmas post

But I wish it was a tropical Christmas post

Most people tend to ask why I would rather be kneading the sand underneath my toes and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves on a beach in some far flung idyllic location, possibly wearing a straw hat and some ghastly swimming shorts.   2,084 more words

Don’t let Christmas be a Corporate Cliché

I spent a twelve years in corporate, from one company to another.

Across these dozen years, I have bounced around in different firms.

Christmas is celebrated more or less the same way: 192 more words

Philippine Startups

Birthday in the Park!

Last weekend we had the pleasure of performing at a 10th birthday in Tauranga.  What made it so enjoyable (as well as the kids being so awesome) was the fact that the party was in the pavilion at Te Puna Quarry Park. 140 more words