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News Headlines from the past IV

News Headlines from the past  IV

 

31. New Study Of Obesity Looks For Larger Test Group

32. Astronaut Takes Blame For Gas In Spacecraft

33. Kids Make Nutritious Snacks

34. Chef Throws His Heart In Helping Feed Needy

35. Arson Suspect Held In Massachusetts Fire

36. Ban On Soliciting Dead In Trotwood

37. Local High School Dropout Cuts In Half

38. New Vaccine May Contain Rabies

39. Hospitals Are Sued By 7 Foot Doctors

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Employee Placement Method

Employee Placement Method

Does your organization struggle with the problem of properly fitting people to jobs?  Here is a handy hint for ensuring success in job placement.

Take the prospective employees you are trying to place and put them in a room with only a table and two chairs. Leave them alone for two hours, without any instruction. At the end of that time, go back and see what they are doing.

  • If they have taken the table apart in that time, put them in Engineering.
  • If they are counting the butts in the ashtray, assign them to Finance.
  • If they are screaming and waving their arms, send them off to Manufacturing.
  • If they are talking to the chairs, Personnel is a good spot for them.
  • If they are writing up the experience, send them to Tech Pubs.
  • If they don’t even look up when you enter the room, assign them to Security.
  • If they try to tell you it’s not as bad as it looks, send them to Marketing.
  • If they’ve left early, put them in Sales.
  • And if they’re all bullying each other, they’re Management material.
Cheers & Enjoy my Future Posts
MMK
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“Motivational products don’t work. But Demotivators products don’t work even better

“Motivational products don’t work.
But  Demotivators products don’t work even better.”

Motivation:  Psychologists tell us that it can only come from within. Common sense tells us it can’t be manufactured. So how is it that a multi-billion dollar industry thrives through the sale of “motivational” products and services? Because in our shallow times, people desperately want to believe there are simple solutions to even the most complex of problems. And when desperation has disposable income, market opportunities abound.

I believe it’s time people face the truth- that any kind of motivation you can buy isn’t worth owning, and in the end will produce even great demoralization. Given that inevitable fact, we’d like to invite you to skip the delusions that motivational products induce and head straight for the disappointment that follows! Our legendary Demotivators products are peerless in The Art of Demotivation. They will leave you feeling just as depressed and uninspired as even the most insipid motivational poster might, without first subjecting you to the indignity of misplaced hope! Enjoy! (As if that’s even possible…)

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