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The Work Ethic of Millenials and How To Recruit Them
Millennials and work ethic. While the debate rages on between the generations one thing remains certain. This generation, set to be the most educated in history, is moving into the workforce and even...
Harvard neuroscientist: Meditation not only reduces stress, here’s how it changes your brain
Meditation's benefits may derive from its impact on the shape of the brain, thickening parts associated with mind-wandering, memory and compassion, and shrinking the fear center
How One School Turns Elementary Students Into Global Citizens
Instead of a traditional U.S. social studies class in elementary school, what about a curriculum that celebrates perspectives and cultures from around the world? It’s never too early to start teaching students how to think globally, teacher Kyle Redford writes.
Question of the Month: What Type of Holiday Bonus Will You Give Your Employees This Year?
The holiday season is the perfect time to show employees that their hard work throughout the year is appreciated. From cash to extra time off, there are a wide variety of options to let your workfo…
Why Are We So Nostalgic for Music We Loved as Teenagers?
As I plod through my 20s, I’ve noticed a strange phenomenon: The music I loved as a teenager means more to me than ever—but with each passing year, the ...
Channel 10 anchor Reginald Roundtree fired after two decades
The station’s owner did not say why it fired him. The 60-year-old news anchor says he was let go in retaliation for an age discrimination complaint. There was also a bizarre legal dispute involving Pinellas defense attorney John Trevena.
Preventing window falls: Tips to keep kids safe
Pediatricians often think of springtime as the beginning of “falling season.” Every year, 3,300 children younger than 6 fall from windows, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Approximately eight of these falls will result in death Install it. Screens are not strong enough to prevent a child from falling. Installing window guards or stops is the best way to prevent window falls. Experts recommend leaving the guards and stops in place until children are 11 years old Move it. Prevent children from getting to windows by moving items they can climb on – including beds, dressers and shelves – away from windows. Lock it. Keep windows locked. Only open the windows that children…
Why Temporary Work Is Worth It
By Kerry Hanon Recently, the big online job site, CareerBuilder, released a Harris Interactive survey that showed that more than a third of American companies are operating with smaller staffs than before the recession. To keep business trucking along, 36 percent of companies will hire contract or temporary workers in 2012, up from 28 percent …