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Odis Ross' boss at the county jail refused to call him Officer Ross. Instead, he addressed him as "black boy" and "nigger" and often referred to Ross' wife, who is white, ...
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I’m job hunting, and I’m a big believer in interviewing for virtually any job that I’d even slightly consider.
If you’re laid off or terminated, your employer may offer you a severance package. Contrary to popular belief, companies are not required by law to pay severance to permanently laid off or fired employees.
I am not a nasty person. But have I been nasty at specific times? Yes.
Express appreciation for people who covered your work while you were on leave
Some people seem to get along with everyone. They’re easy to talk to, yet assertive and demanding when necessary. How do they do it?

Put a crimp in turnover

by on December 1, 2000 6:00pm
in Human Resources

One-third of workers are at “high risk” of quitting within two years, according to a recent study by Hudson Institute and Walker Information.
Stock options have left your employees rich, and now they want to leave you.
You’ll bowl over hiring managers by researching their companies so that you can mention three positive facts about their operations.