This is an original print of Award Winning Super Actress Sandra Bullock and her 6 grade class made in 1976. It comes in the original photography studio jacket. It was taken in 1976 at Woodmont Elementary School Arlington VA. I was a class member and I am only selling this to cover bills from when I was laid off. Sandra Bullock is an incredible actress with a great future ahead of her.
A Human Resources guy went to MySpace to create a profile and found an account under his name already, complete with photos and friends. The only catch is they weren't him or his friends and they were filled with "vulgar and erroneous statements" about him and his company. He had to threaten legal action before MySpace would take it down.
Moody tried to contact MySpace.com about the page, but he initially encountered some problems.
"They said, 'We can't help you because you don't have an account.' But I threatened legal action and within 48 hours, I got another e-mail stating that the profile had been deleted," he said.
Experts suggest inserting your name in a search engine and if a profile appears on a site you didn't establish, have it closed as soon as possible.
Technology Review, the magazine from MIT, had its website hacked tonight. Links on this page, like the one labeled "A Clue To Living Longer," redirect to a geocities page with the following URL: "http://www.geocities.com/mr_lord_sadler/own.txt" and displaying the following:
Profits increase by 23% when you hire people that fit into your company culture, according to new research at Cornell University. Researchers studied 323 small businesses across the country and found that revenues went up 22%, proft went up 23%, and turnover went down 67% when you hired employees based upon the following three criteria:
Hiring employees to fit in with company culture, rather than just hiring solely on a job candidate's individual skills.
Trusting employees to manage themselves, rather than enacting strict controls.
Creating a familylike environment, rather than trying to motivate employees solely through money.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has just adopted a new rule requiring companies to disclose the compensation of highly paid employees. Previously companies only had to disclose compensation for executive officers of the company. The new rule covers employees with executive responsibilities in some part of the company.
Possible fraud in the case of a CSX worker suing for asbestosis because the doctor that diagnosed the condition does not seem to exist. Comparing the diagnosis with others across the country, CSX has found identical paperwork in several other cases. It might be a good idea to check that the doctor exists before going to trial.