Unusual background checks from Temecula to Timbuktu

September 23, 2021 0 Comments

A long-time client asked us to review an existing young employee who was being promoted and transferred within the company. This employee was asked to update her vital information on an application form. On the form he indicated that he had a PhD in International Human Resources from the University of Oxford – THE Oxford …

Best MBA Universities in Chennai

September 19, 2021 0 Comments

Anna University DoMS: Anna University DoMS (Department of Management Studies) is one of the leading management institutes in the country. The university offers 2 years of full-time and part-time MBA programs to aspiring candidates. The programs are designed to impart in-depth knowledge with the vision of creating and equipping prospective managers with leadership skills, lateral …

Federal Employment Law – Dismissals and severance pay

September 18, 2021 0 Comments

A severance agreement is a contract, or legal agreement, between an employer and an employee that specifies the terms of termination of employment, such as a layoff. This agreement is sometimes called a “separation” or “termination” agreement or a “separation, general release, and no-lawsuit agreement.” Like any contract, an indemnity agreement must be backed by …

Baseball time is here once again

September 17, 2021 0 Comments

Baseball time is here once again Go see our Giants score again Go hit the ball on the field Look at those Giants and the bases they steal We hope the pennant is in sight again Giants try again with all your might Go, go Giants and win Today we are with you giants all …

When being “disruptive” is a good thing

September 16, 2021 0 Comments

Someone or something that is disturbing is usually associated in a negative way. The subprime mortgage crisis has disrupted the financial and housing markets. That’s bad. My son was upset during dinner while someone else was talking. That is bad too. But I think the idea of ​​being deliberately disruptive can be very positive when …

Mead Mania – How about an X-Country state title where the top 3 finalists are your runners? Part 3

September 15, 2021 0 Comments

The key to Pat Tyson’s practice routine, as well as that of Steve Prefontaine and the University of Oregon, was training twice a day, a consistent run in the morning, and a specific training workout in the afternoon. The spillover effect of Tyson’s personality, accessibility, and passion for running positively influenced Mead’s runners and attracted …

Review of the movie “Interview” starring Steve Buscemi and Sienna Miller

September 13, 2021 0 Comments

“Interview” stars Steve Buscemi (Lonesome Jim, Fargo and Reservoir Dogs) and Sienna Miller (Factory Girl, Casanova, Alfie) in a sexually charged film about media, truth and celebrity. The movie plays like rush hour traffic on Highway 405 on the worst possible day, and in this scenario, the audience is caught up in one verbal collision …

Nonprofits vs Nonprofits: Is There a Difference?

September 12, 2021 0 Comments

For people new to the world of nonprofits, there is often significant confusion about the use of the terms “nonprofit” and “nonprofit.” Many organizations insist on referring to themselves as one or the other, and even some legal and accounting professionals try to draw a clear line between organizations that fall under these terms. Although …

What about those lousy “pregnancy over 40” statistics? I was 44 when I had my beautiful daughter

September 11, 2021 0 Comments

Well I know you’ve heard it all before, pregnancy statistics over 40 are lousy. As far as I’m concerned, statistics are for statisticians. What about the fact that the number of unwanted pregnancies in women between 40 and 44 is second only to teenagers? Many women in their 40s think they are too old to …

Have you read any good economics books lately?

September 10, 2021 0 Comments

Okay, the other day a good friend of mine on our Think Tank asked me if I had read any good economic books lately, not a question that someone would generally ask me, after all why would someone go out of their way to read an economics book? book? Well, I am one, and the …