Working on Overwhelm?

Working on Overwhelm?

Are You Overwhelmed At Work? Last year, the most popular chapter in Deloitte University Press’ Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report was titled, “the overwhelmed employee.” It’s not all that hard to understand when you consider just these facts from the 2015 report:...
Early College High School

Early College High School

What’s In a High School Degree? Companies often take an interest in education. Some involve themselves in community outreach efforts, sending employees to teach financial literacy or educate students about careers that demand knowledge of a particular field of...
The Unemployment Tea Leaves

The Unemployment Tea Leaves

Reading The Unemployment Tea Leaves Americans have long relied on unemployment statistics to provide insights to our country’s economic health. The Richmond Federal Reserve defined full employment as “the level of employment at which virtually anyone who wants to work...

Work, Creativity, & Human Flourishing.

VOCARI: Our Work, Creativity & The Human Spirit – The Buddha and Jesus in Conversation. Getting past the absurdity that I can carry the Buddha torch and Erwin can carry the Jesus torch for a moment, I do think that both speak to the HOW of human flourishing....
The Most Common Jobs In The US

The Most Common Jobs In The US

WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON JOBS IN THE UNITED STATES? In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, secretary would have taken top honors in more than one-half of the United States. Machine operators and factory workers were in demand then, too. However, since then, personal...
Labor Day: A Brief History of “Labor”

Labor Day: A Brief History of “Labor”

According to History.com, early trade unionism “…harbored a conception of the just society, deriving from the Ricardian labor theory of value and from the republican ideals of the American Revolution, which fostered social equality, celebrated honest labor, and relied...
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