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  • ...ing can benefit the development of every employer who has to write for their profession. Knowing how to write can benefit in the ways that simple workers cannot imagine. If you use th...
  • ...d how that arrogance turns to grief and wisdom as he realizes how incredibly courageous they are just to take the risk of talking to Civil Rights workers. You can't get to his realiza...
  • ...s we do, to model truly respectful behaviour at home. Even when our male significant others treat us decently, if they talk about their female co-workers disdainfully, our kids get th...
  • ...tion. :0) Society has a big part in why most artists do not earn a living wage from their work. It seems like all of the employers out there hire workers to make them more money, and...
  • ...did not leave a message, so one day I dropped by the place where I knew she worked to say "hello" and was informed of her death by her former co-workers. This was very sad for me, an...
  • I personally hate trying to discuss my projects to non-writers, especially family, friends, and my husband's co-workers.  My husband is very very eager to get me to practice my "pitch...
  • ...whenever I go into a store and the service is lousy I'm always left wondering who is to blame, the employee or the employer who doesn't pay their workers a fair salary or works them l...
  • Not provincial at all, just if you aren't in direct contact with police officers and social workers who have been brought up on lads mags and porn, it's difficult to know how these ha...
  • ...ignificant intellects such as Anna Freud and Frances Moore Lappe; not to mention hundreds of women CEOs, poets, novelists, artists and sanitation workers, we still have to be twice as...
  • ...ak out. Fear keeps us from claiming our right and our personal power. This is true for everyone from schoolyard bully victims to whole classes of workers who are underpaid, uderapprec...