Sunday, April 5, 2020

Straightforward Answers for Everyday Life

Peter Stimpson has been a counselor since 1972, and has served as the director of Trinity Counseling Service since 1989. Since 1983 he has written advice columns for various...

Social Capital

Of the multitude of sayings attributed to Yogi Berra, the one that strikes closest to the heart of social capital is, “If you don’t go to somebody’s funeral they...

Rethinking Management

This article was written by David Gianetto and Anthony ZeccaHow did we get here? How did we accumulate all the problems of the modern-day business environments we work in?At...

The Power of Silent Listening

Communication is the single most important skill that can directly affect your success. The common trait that all outstanding leaders share is that they are excellent communicators. One of...

Serve Us, Don’t Kill Us With Kindness

Customer service: two words that raise the blood pressure of every consumer. By customer service I in no way mean common courtesy, simple civility or another other form of...

China Rules: 1821-2008

For some time now, the notion of trade with China has danced like the proverbial sugar plum in the heads of both corporate and private American investors. The crude...

Privacy, Farewell! (And I’ll Pick Up the Rump Roast)

The Supreme Court has proclaimed that there is an absolute Right to Privacy hidden in the Constitution, one that apparently went unnoticed during the first two centuries of the...

Regulating Off-Duty Behavior Is Tricky

An employer in Massachusetts was recently sued by a newly hired employee for terminating him once they found out he was a smoker.The employer in this case has a...

Diversity Training Is Just Not Working

by John SarnoA major 2006 study of 31 years of data from 830 American companies found that most diversity training efforts are not only ineffective but counterproductive. They focus...

Interchange

A former newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Lee Seglem is assistant director of the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) in Trenton and former board chairman at the...

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus