It’s that time of year in San Diego: time to shut down the business for a few days, shutter the windows, bar the doors, turn out the lights. Comic-Con is here. It’s nearly impossible to convey the impact this convention has on San Diego. In dollar terms, officials estimate the show brings in over $175 […]
This little story is making the rounds on LinkedIn. In case you missed it, I’ve reposted it here: The HR Director A highly successful Human Resources Manager was tragically knocked down by a bus and killed. Her soul arrived at the Pearly Gates, where St. Peter welcomed her. “Before you get settled in,” he said, […]
I think Laura Schroeder of Working Girl nailed it in her new movie. That’s right, we’re talking silver screen…From now on, anyone says something about blue headers being better, we get the drift.
It’s a sad state of affairs when we have to face unfounded accusations. For those who missed it, the New York Times reported this morning about the Mister Scrubby incident. Here’s the full article: “It was reported this past Labor Day that well-known personality Mister Scrubby was Warhol’d in a most diabolical fashion. Witnesses reported […]
I’ll take a break today from the Legally Protected Absences series I’ve been doing, because I received another excerpt from the best-selling Average HR Handbook and I wanted to share. As you may recall, I have a good friend who sends these excerpts along now and then. I’m hoping some day to get the whole […]
A good friend of mine sent me this excerpt from the best-selling Average HR Handbook: