How easy is it? Easier than Sunday morning, which is easier than beating the New York Mets on Sunday afternoon. Continue reading
For something the school just learned that he did two years ago. Continue reading
I’ll be the first to admit that, if I were watching this video in real time, I would have missed it.
A Chicago Cubs fan flashing what the team determined was an ‘offensive hand gesture associated with racism’ on live tv. That fan has since been banned from Wrigley Field, where the Cubs play their home games. Continue reading
I live and work about 100 miles northeast of Baltimore, MD.
I don’t have my finger on the pulse of everything that’s going on in the Charm City. However, I do know that the City’s 50th mayor, Catherine Pugh, had a bad run there at the end. She resigned on May 2, which was about a week after the FBI and IRS conducted multiple raids relating to her business affairs. You can read all about it here.
The purpose of today’s post is not to pile onto Ms. Pugh. Instead, I want to focus on another related separation of employment and a lesson for your workplace.
And I suppose that was a bit of a misnomer because there’s more to it. So, let’s talk about that today.