Do We Really Want to Live Without the Post Office? The postal service is not a federal agency. It does not cost taxpayers a dollar. It loses money only because Congress mandates that it do so. What it is is a miracle of high technology and human touch. It’s what binds us together as a country.
Nike’s Vancouver threat weighed on Oregon – Three business days before Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber called lawmakers into a rushed special session to hand Nike a sweetheart tax deal, an attorney for the company told the state Nike would keep looking elsewhere to expand if Oregon didn’t meet its needs, records obtained by The Columbian show.
A Partnership Seeks to Transform Kent State and Kent – Though it is home to the second largest campus in Ohio’s state university system by enrollment, this small Cuyahoga River city spent much of the last four decades neglecting, if not deliberately retreating from, its history as a college town and its place in the annals of the Vietnam War era.
To Do: Update Company’s Social Media Policy ASAP! Employee use of social media has been a controversial topic over the past year, and one about which I’ve been outspoken. While I oppose company policies that unfairly limit employees’ rights to express themselves online, employers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online, especially in times of uncertain job stability.