Stop Bullying: Stand Up and Show Up

Posted on October 8th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. No Comments

Bella, a fifth grader fighting a life-threatening blood disorder, was paired with the Denver University Division 1 women’s volleyball team as part of Team Impact.  She was given a locker and helped out at practices.

Because of her illness, she has to wear hearing aids, and some of her elementary-aged peer started to tease her about … Read More »

In Defense of Multitasking: Sort Of

Posted on October 8th, by Beth Beutler in on the job. No Comments

Multitasking gets a bum rap.

Conventional wisdom is now claiming that multi-tasking is a bad thing. That you really can’t concentrate on more than one thing at a time.

I’m here to tell you that…

They are right. Partially.

I fully agree that multitasking has its downsides, but our bodies do multiple things at a time. (Go out to … Read More »

Career Happiness: How to Build Your Positivity

Posted on October 8th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. No Comments

Every one of us can choose our attitude and it’s often self-fulfilling – the way we think about a situation can change the way we experience it. It could be the difference between you getting, keeping or losing your job and finding a fulfilling career.

And it does wonders for your health. Research shows time and … Read More »

How to Build your Career as a Hazardous Waste Manager

Posted on October 8th, by Mariia Lvovych in on the job. No Comments

Hazardous wastes constitute only a small segment of the entire waste produce of our nation. At the same time, it’s truly important for us to remove hazardous wastes in a proper way so as to keep all environmental and human health concerns at bay.

It’s necessary for all Hazardous Waste Managers to abide by the Government … Read More »