rivercrow on November 4th, 2007

I have a job starting in a few weeks. The position seems challenging and I feel comfortable about the work culture. The more I learn, the more I realize how important a good cultural fit is. A misfit is just too costly a mistake — expensive for both me and the company, tho I admit […]

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rivercrow on November 1st, 2007

I keep reading about the “impending talent shortage” and the “coming labor crisis” when all the Boomers retire. The Generation X group is so much smaller and less talented than the Boomer group that businesses — at least HR-related businesses — are calling for succession management NOW. But for every article I read suggesting that […]

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rivercrow on October 31st, 2007

A friend clued me into the Thirty-Day Challenge, a challenge to get a working business plan off the ground in thirty days. This year’s theme was “$10 in 30 Days,” which does seem doable. Summaries of the podcasts are available at Mike Mindel’s site.

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rivercrow on July 9th, 2007

What is bullying? What is a serial bully? Am I being bullied? Complex PTSD resulting from workplace bullying Vulnerabilites bullies exploit The Rewind Technique for recovery from PTSD PTSD Forum

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rivercrow on June 13th, 2007

My local NOW sent a newsletter covering a recent Supreme Court decision that will affect anyone in the States who has a complaint about pay. Although the plaintiff in the case had won and been awarded monetary damages, the Supreme Court overthrew the lower courts’ decisions because the plaintiff had not filed a complaint within […]

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