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Posted on September 15th, 2014
"Time does not exist except for change." Aristotle "The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice. And because we fail to notice that we fail to notice there is little we can do to change until we notice how failing to notice shapes our thoughts and deeds." R. D. Laing "When two people in business always agree, one of them is unnecessary." William Wrigley, Jr. do you react when you hear that word? Personally, I tend to have a bimodal ...
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Benefits of Nuclear Energy -

Posted on September 14th, 2014
There is a great deal of myth about nuclear energy. The fact is people are scared of nuclear power because people are not educated about the true benefits. The world community uses nuclear power and for good reasons. It is emissions free, reliable, and very cheap. It will lower our dependence on foreign energy and create a whole new job market. The likelihood of nuclear meltdown is minimal and with current design, it is even safer than ever. Nuclear Energy is going to the future and we as ...
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Green Office Furniture Makes the Office Livelier

Posted on September 13th, 2014
Not only is green office durable and attractive, one who buys this type of furniture is doing their part to protect the environment. So, what is green office furniture? This kind of furniture is functional furniture made from refurbished or recycled material, or products that do not contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), or are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The wood used in green office furniture has been screened to ensure that it has been harvested using sustainable ...
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Which Thermostat do you Need - Line or Low Voltage Thermostat?

Posted on September 12th, 2014
How do I know if my heater uses a line voltage thermostat or a low voltage thermostat? Is there a difference between the two? Which should I use for my home? With the dramatic drop in temperature this winter season, questions about thermostats are increasing. Before you turn your heating curiosity into a heating catastrophe, make sure you understand some basic facts about line voltage thermostats and low voltage thermostats. What is a line voltage thermostat? Directly responsible for operating ...
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Use the Internet to Sell or Buy Used Medical Equipment and find a Bargain

Posted on September 11th, 2014
Who doesn’t like to find bargains? Medical administrators are just like the rest of us here, and are always seeking to cut down the costs of health care. Medflip is a new website which has been developed to facilitate the buying and selling of used medical equipment.   It is a waste to have medical equipment sitting around not used. It is a waste of the equipment itself, which could be used to help patients, and of money. If a practice wastes money then it will be harder for them to afford ...
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Posted on September 10th, 2014
PwC in Shenzhen recently released report shows that the majority of the retail and consumer goods in Asia is still growth opportunities for enterprises, although the growth rate will slow down somewhat in the short term. PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Retail and consumer industry executives I Ye Jiali said: "As early as before the contraction in the global economy, multinational companies have changed strategies, the target shifted to robust growth opportunities in emerging markets. Are mature ...
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Toolbox Talks - The What, The Why And The How

Posted on September 9th, 2014
Toolbox talks are classes in workplace safety, designed for workers in potentially hazardous industries. These include construction, mining, engineering, heavy manufacturing and similar occupations. Through toolbox talks, workers are taught to spot potential hazards, and take immediate action to report or correct them, or take emergency evasive action. The toolbox talks are a recent development that has evolved from a long series of laws trying to regulate the health and safety of UK's workers. ...
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Small Business Q&A

Posted on September 8th, 2014
Q: When it comes to succeeding in business, which do you think is more important: education or experience? -- Regina M. A: Regina, have you seen the television show, Fear Factor? If you haven't seen it you've probably heard about it. Fear Factor is the show where they put contestants through all sorts of pseudo-death defying feats like bungee jumping off a bridge over a pool of crocodiles and driving a car through a wall of fire (you know, the stuff we did for fun in high school). The ...
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Diversity in The Workplace

Posted on September 7th, 2014
Diversity in the Workplace By Judith Lindenberger, MBA and Marian Stoltz-Loike, Ph.D. As you look around your office, is everyone just like you? Probably not. The demographics of the American workforce have changed dramatically over the last 50 years. In the 1950s, more than 60% of the American workforce consisted of white males. They were typically the sole breadwinners in the household, expected to retire by age 65 and spend their retirement years in leisure activities. Today, the American ...
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Career Management in a Jobless Economy

Posted on September 6th, 2014
Recent news from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting anemic job growth in a recovering economy and the election of thousands to quit looking for work continues to baffle the experts and depress the unemployed. If only there were jobs… politicians would get elected, company profits would soar and individuals would be able to earn a living. Behind statistics, politicians’ promises and corporate reluctance to hire, is a larger idiom dictating a shift in how we think. Whether 150,000 or ...
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