Monthly Archives: January 2011

  Kannapolis City School employees engage in healthy cooking demonstration to help students eat better: Over 250 employees of the Kannapolis Public Schools district have signed up for a weekly health demonstration and educational “mini-course” to learn more about engaging … Continue reading

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How Google has managed to become fully committed to employee engagement in order to keep employees happy especially in the times of facebook and twitter.

Google has ranked 4th place in “Fortunes 100 best Companies to work for.”  Especially now in the booming times of Facebook and Twitter, Google is stepping up their employee engagement tactics to keep workers happy.  Attached is the link to … Continue reading

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Abbott to cut 1,900 jobs in restructuring

By Bruce Japsen Posted Wednesday at 9:51 a.m. Abbott Laboratories said Wednesday that it would cut 1,900 jobs, or 6 percent, of its U.S. workforce in the wake of a series of disappointments in its drug development pipeline, triggering a … Continue reading

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Pregnant Women are “Worthless” in the Workplace.

On Thursday, a member of the Oklahoma’s Board of Education ruffled some feathers after saying a newly hired administrator would be “worthless” because she would take maternity leave. Jessica Russel, who is due to give birth in April was upset … Continue reading

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Wendy’s/Arby’s Group might sell Arby’s

In a fairly recent report, Wendy’s/Arby’s Group are in talks about the possibility of selling off Arby’s and focusing on Wendy’s franchises.  With the cost of ingredients on the rise, Arby’s is no longer making a profit on their sandwiches, … Continue reading

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Comcast Takes Over NBC Universal

With Comcast now in control, how can this take over affect NBC Universial and Comcast employees? Read more about the take over below: “Comcast Takes Over NBC Universal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Comcast, the nation’s largest cable TV company, took … Continue reading

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Sara Lee splitting today, selling tomorrow? Experts say individual businesses more attractive to buyers

Sara Lee Corp.’s decision to split into two companies resolves weeks of takeover drama, but it won’t end speculation: The individual businesses are likely to appear even more enticing to private-equity investors or other companies that want acquire what Sara … Continue reading

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