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The Paycheck

A job is a paycheck, but it also defines the rhythm of our daily lives. It has the power to lift us out of poverty and uncertainty, shape our children’s future, and make communities out of strangers. Work can give … Continue reading

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From Mourning to Dancing

We’re cutting your job.” A decade ago those words sent me reeling when the company I worked for eliminated my position. At the time, I felt shattered, partly because my identity was so intertwined with my role as editor. Recently … Continue reading

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Staffing

Problem with a skeleton crew you lose one bone and the whole thing falls apart Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this … Continue reading

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This is America

The title alone, grabbed my attention Millions of Americans risk losing power and water as unpaid utility bills pile up and made me cringe.  What kind of world do we live in when a company shuts off one’s utility during a … Continue reading

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Staffing Smarter

What actually makes a good employee? That means no more “Why should we hire you?” or “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” Instead, get a little more personal. You already know the hole you want a candidate to … Continue reading

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