How to Say It: Better Questions to Ask Your Child About School
It's good to ask your child questions about school, especially if she has learning or attention issues. Here's how to ask questions that kids will respond to.
How to Choose a Personnel Agency
HR Affiliates gives advice for finding and choosing the best personnel agency when looking for the right employees for your company.
The Broke Girl's Guide to Alterations
Before you buy that jacket that doesn’t quite fit, you might want to read this.
Work Advice: No, temp agencies do not exist to find you a job
Learning permanent lessons from a stint at temping.
Why Doctors Are Rethinking Breast-Cancer Treatment
Too much chemo. Too much radiation. And way too many mastectomies
Dartmouth researcher finds way to predict human emotions
A Dartmouth researcher and his colleagues have discovered a way to predict human emotions based on brain activity.
Class Action Filed Against DWC, Carriers for Sex Offender QME
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 | 43 | 0 | 2 min read Three women who say they were sexually assaulted by a qualified medical evaluator filed a class action lawsuit against the California Division of Workers’ Compensation, a carrier and two third-party administrators who the women say should have known about the doctor’s unsavory reputation. The women, who are identified as Jane Doe 1, Jane Doe 2 and Jane Doe 3, say they were sexually harassed during exams with Dr. John D. Warbritton III, who was a QME and also a popular agreed medical evaluator. Warbritton pleaded guilty in May 2018 to transporting child pornography and was sent...
Career Employment Advice
You can do it with a little help from a friend. Finding a job requires knowledge, professional assistance and a bit of work.
How the CORE: Club Disrupted New York's Social-Club Scene
Jennie Enterprise knew New York executives didn't need another social club. So she gave them a deeper learning experience.
Pasco officials end body farm partnership with USF. But why?
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office says it was a mutual decision. The University of South Florida says that’s not true.