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#6Things: There is no such thing as unskilled labor

By Maren Hogan:

Your Employees are Lonely…

…and it’s all your fault! (via Joey Price)

Older Workers NOT Wanted?

(via Joel Cheesman)

IBM has cut more than 20,000 US employees aged 40 or older in the last five years, according to a ProPublica investigation; the publication alleges IBM did not provide older workers with paperwork they’re legally entitled to and showed an age bias when implementing layoffs; ProPublica also says managers encouraged some staff to apply for new roles while also telling the hiring departments to not employ them; the report claims the moves were part of broad cost-cutting measures that allowed the firm to bring in younger workers on lower salaries.

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Make Training Fun Again

(via Darryl Dioso)
I am all for the 80s coming back to HR, except for the rampant pay gap and sexual harassment parts.

80s Wendy’s Training Video

Pretty much!
Full credit for finding this gem and putting up the original video goes to: Midnight Pulp

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#Wendys #Cringe #80s

Posted by Yesterdame on Wednesday, January 10, 2018

You’re FIRED!

But not for the reasons these people were! Flippin cars and smokin weed +23 more awesome reasons people were fired on the spot. (22Words)

How to Argue with Anyone

(via Amybeth Quinn)

Of course the people who NEED to read this never will, so here’s a picture:

(The Big Think)

I really hope you can see this thread

(via Ned Netzel)

It’s a string of Twitter responses (on Facebook natch) from @amaditalks breaking down why this whole superiority thing is BS. “Unskilled Labor doesn’t exist!”