Archive for July, 2012

10 Jul 2012

New Iowa One cards will increase student safety – UI The Daily Iowan

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Technology from 10 years ago has finally arrived in Iowa, in the form of the University of Iowa’s student ID serving multiple uses. The old ID was convenient for gaining access to cafeterias and doing laundry, but the new one will do so much more. IDs issued for this upcoming year will be able to […]

10 Jul 2012

Drivers’ license changes now in effect – Thomaston Times

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Through the new procedure, “Secure ID” the Georgia Department of Driver Safety’s(DDS) is now in compliance with the Federal Real ID Act of 2005. This act was adopted per the recommendation of the 911 Commission, it prohibits the acceptance of DL/ID from non-compliant states at both federal buildings and boarding of commercial flights. The recent […]

10 Jul 2012

How Much Does Brand Recognition Impact the Type of Recruiter You Need?

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The size of your company is in direct correlation to the type of recruiter your company needs. This can’t be proven enough by the 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey. Big Companies have the resources to get the best candidates presented to them. However, small companies can and typically do compete with big companies in an array […]

05 Jul 2012

Ten reasons we hate meetings

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Meetings are disliked for many reasons.  Wayne Turmel explains why Do you dread that weekly meeting at work? Do you feel guilty about not liking open discussions or presentations from your peers? Then maybe it is not you. Ten major reason people loathe meetings include: the meeting not starting on time, meetings getting off topic, […]