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It pays being oblivious while on vacation.
While spending two glorious weeks in Scotland, with little to no Wi-Fi anywhere, news did not reach me. Sure, the occasional headline made it through the spotty connectivity, but it was little more than a soundbite. 1,033 more words
I’ve always thought that HR practitioners were kind of like puppets, with people with P&L decision making and executive management positions more or less manipulating this function by proxy while making the back office Betties and HR Business Partners (an oxymoron if ever I’ve heard one) be manipulated into thinking that they’re the ones pulling the strings. 771 more words
I like this author. We think alike. I actually got a few belly laughs from this article, intended or not.
What Brian says is true, however. 1,115 more words