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WRITTEN BY Karl Herchenroeder
Some employers remove job application boxes asking for potential hires' criminal history, but that could have the opposite desired effect.
"Not measuring body bags. That was a bad metric during Vietnam, and it’s not much of a better metric today.”
“Team sports and recreational activities are invaluable in what they provide to our communities and our children," Springs says of brain injury fears.
“We recognize we have employees with political opinions, and it is our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions," says deputy AG.
"The Kim regime is carrying out crimes against humanity in North Korea, and it is only a miracle that people survive."
“Let’s hit the reset button,” administrator Long said while calling on the entire country to figure out how to become more resilient in the future.