The Before School Jitters

before school jittersIt's the start of a new school year and you're nervous about returning this last year because of campus policy changes and new educators have joined the field. It's always been a big deal to get an education at an upstanding institution to you because it makes you more likely to get a higher paying job, you think. So far, your education has been rewarding and you're given to excitement when discussing your classroom accomplishments. But a new year is approaching, the last and final leg of your studies; this is where it's critical to live by the "well-rounded" code.
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The First Job

first jobYou've been employed before and you've gotten completely immersed in activities that warrant thorough experience for a better position. But this job is different from previous jobs in several ways. Here, you'll get to set your own work schedule at last. This matters to you because of other non-work related tasks on your agenda. To get the job you went through hoops and after the final interview the job offer came through. This was the best possible feeling, as you've attained a status that you've been trying to reach for some time.
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Fair Business Practices

fair practicesSince the beginning of time and the advent of the business kingdom, certain business practices have been called upon to be investigated and changed. Centuries ago there was an industry for the slave trade and even now there is a high level of trafficking of human beings. With the near disappearance of companies indulging in the slave trade and modern day trafficking getting combatted by governments, it seems reasonable to say that although criminal practices get noticed they very rarely get eradicated entirely.
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Mapping Out a Game Plan for New Hires

new hiresAs a newly established firm looking to branch out into other areas, you've made a few changes to the usual new employee orientation. This is the result of prior experiences and the advice of friends. Orientation will start a little differently and will go on for a half day. The idea is to acclimate the new hires to company policy and methods of success. With training beginning the latter half of the day, you're eager to begin to share the game plan to get things started on the right foot.
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