I saw a paragraph on LinkedIn that linked to an article published by Axios titled Many tech workers would quit if employer recorded them. It stated: …survey showed more than half would leave an employer who recorded audio or video of them — or who used facial recognition to monitor productivity. The poll also showed […]

Every once in a while I feel compelled to write something timely during a critical point in the world. Usually it has to do with something happening in the United States; this time it’s about what’s happening in Eastern Europe, specifically the invasion of the Ukraine by Russia. I’m not going to talk about that […]

My wife is a traveler in her profession. This mean she’s a temporary employee for companies that send her all across the country to do EEG work. Unlike a consultant, she has no authority and gets a W-2. She likes it because she’s had the opportunity to see places she’d have never gone previously. San […]

Over this past weekend, one of my wife’s friends, who used to be a co-worker, stopped by the house. I hadn’t seen her in a long while, but I knew that over the past 6 months her department had undergone a management change. I asked her how things were going with the new manager. Her […]

Sometimes the best way to illustrate a point is by telling a little story. My grandmother, Hazel Beverly, was in the hospital for two weeks. It took a while before I finally heard from a doctor; she’d been in the hospital for 10 days. He asked me about her advanced directives. I told him that […]

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