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The Great Workplace 2.0
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2012.09.25

The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.

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2010.07.07

In a recent CNN article it was noted that factories have jettisoned 2 million jobs over the last (2+) years, but they cannot find QUALIFIED, SKILLED (High Value) workers today. In a related research finding sponsored by The Foundation for Pedantic Information, the Foundation points out that Cheerleaders in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s are the number one cause for a lack of skilled factory workers in 2010. The mental image of scantily clad cheerleaders were found to cause major learning distractions for young men in classrooms. Those young men were found to pay less attention in math and shop classes causing them to fail, score lower on tests than in previous years. This led to a high percentage of young men joining the postal service, UPS/ FedEx, or to work in gas stations where young women could be seen, rather than in historically all-male factory environments. Cited in the same research findings, ...
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2010.07.02

Discrimination for collecting unemployment. Is it happening?

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2010.06.30

Sales, as with all of life, begins where we stand. From where do we initiate our relationships? conversations? interactions?

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2010.06.29
An excerpt from the book: The Great Workplace 2.0: "For the front lines, hire people who do not read much, and teach them what you want them to know to do their jobs... today. To secure the Future, hire people who are voracious readers. Feed their eyes. They will envision the Future."
2010.06.29

If you haven’t taken the time recently to review your safety program now is the time. New OSHA program is now in effect with serious ramifications if you do not meet the minimum OSHA standard. Contact your BWC Employer Service representative for assistance if you have doubts. If you are unfamiliar with your representative call 1-800-644-6292.

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2010.06.28

Power and Control needs more control TO control before it leads to corruption.

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