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2010.12.22

We all like to have a day off or a long four day weekend once in awhile to recharge the internal batteries or to get together with friends and family.  The number of vacation days we have at our disposal is usually negotiated during the ...

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2010.12.17

John Lott recently published a post on Fox News blog about the recovery. He claims that this is the "first entirely temporary help service job recovery ever in our country's history.  True. It is as I was in this industry the last "recession". According to him ...

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2010.12.01

In the great rock opera Tommy performed by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee The Who, one of the central songs is titled “See Me, Feel Me.”  Tommy is all about a boy born blind and deaf.  The early part of the story centers ...

CATEGORY › NEW BLUE COLLAR
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2010.10.08

AFL-CIO announces their new chosen victim  …  Millennials! Art Levine explained in his blog that our Millennials (those under the age of 35) have little hope in these economic times with jobs being so scarce. He said that this generation doesn’t earn enough to pay their ...

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2010.09.17

Ohio's BWC's done it again.  Or shall I say haven't even bothered to do it! They haven't a clue.  They've changed the way employers in Ohio injury claims are being assessed effective July 1, 2010. Now medical only claims are being reserved adding additional costs into our ...

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2010.05.25

When it comes to budgeting revenue, do you budget only the revenues that you have a direct influence over?  Whether you sell services or products, how good you are at evangelizing your company will dictate how much revenue you receive.  You have a direct correlation ...

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2010.04.27

The Abacus Over 5000 years ago, in the Orient, an early form of calculation was built using beads strung on wire.  Each bead had a significant meaning.  It was paired with an object. One bead may have represented one animal. Counting was nothing more than matching ...