You just knew that sooner or later I was going to have to start blogging about celebrities, right? Blech. Truth be told, most of my music was purchased when I was still in high school and the last movie I saw in the theatre was “Wallace and Gromit:
I promised I would comment further on Keith B. Hammond’s article, Why I Hate HR. I figure since it’s a holiday, it’s unlikely that any company is doing something truly stupid today, so I thought I’d come back to this. I’d like to answer this question today: Why
An old friend (we’ll call him Steve) shared his job hunt experience with me. As a recent graduate from a top graduate program, he was being courted by two separate companies. After interviewing, Company A’s Staffing Rep told him how impressed they were with him and then asked
The Richmond Times Dispatch reports: Roughly half of all sexual impropriety reported in U.S. prisons and jails last year was perpetrated by correctional staff, not inmates. Great. And it turns out that female staff were the offenders in 2/3 of the cases. Hmmm, not what one would expect.
Dear Evil HR Lady, Why do companies “request” that you not discuss your salary with your co-workers? Sincerely, Talkative Dear Talkative, Two reasons: 1. People are largely immature whiners. 2. Everyone else makes more money than you do. Let’s deal with the points in order. Truly, I have
I apologize in advance for the depressing nature of today’s entry. Fox News Reports: LEXINGTON, Ky. — A commuter jet crashed during take off early Sunday and burst into flames, killing 49 people and leaving the lone survivor in critical condition. Investigators were trying to determine if the