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Johnson & Johnson: Guilty In The Court Of Public Opinion

October 31, 2017 Nate Raymond Reuters Consumers are being mislead by the legal system, media, and corporations regarding the safety & ethics of companies and their products. Innocent until proven guilty is for the court of law not the court of public opinion. We only need to look to...

Think of HR as Your Spouse’s Divorce Attorney-A Case Study

Original Post: April 11, 2014 Updated: April 15, 2016 From:  Evil HR Lady While I fundamentally agree that texting was not the best solution, the: “Sometimes bosses are jerks, but they are still bosses. And if you don’t want to be written up, or given a bad reference you have to...

Twitter Males Solve Sexism: Case Study: Selective Tolerance

March 29, 2015 Grab a snack, this is a long one! Phew! No need to worry our pretty little heads about that pesky sexism stuff (that's sarcasm wrapped in snark which is different than demeaning & insulting because you cannot demean & insult an abuser). Friday afternoon when...

#WorstBossIn5Words Trending on Twitter

March 5, 2015 Last night our panel totally quit as a team when they played #WorstBossIn5Words. Watch here: http://t.co/hPqGEx7E1zpic.twitter.com/pcwUioQj4z — @midnight (@midnight) March 5, 2015 The Comedy Central show @Midnight is interactive with Twitter followers and encourages funny responses to a particular hashtag and last night's (and still...

UPDATED: MuNchAttention by Proxy Racism: Cecily Kellogg

#Cecily #Kellogg December 7, 2014 UPDATED December 16, 2014 Cecily Kellogg did not like her lesson in forced accountability. It's so much easier to play victim and cry about haters than it is to take accountability for being an insufferable pathological unrepentant asshole. We get it. The link below explains...