The Social Impact Heroes of Social Media: with Chris Strub the ‘Giving Day Guy’

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I landed my first ‘real’ job at a newspaper in Binghamton, NY, in 2006 — right at the forefront of the Facebook era. I can laugh now, but it wasn’t funny at the time, with my brain feeling like Jell-O as I cruised down I-95, south of Hartford, back to Long Island.

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“We need more positive coverage of cultural accomplishments.” with Len Gaincola & Patrick Pennie

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Patrick dedicated his time and expertise to caring for military veterans who suffered with heart disease and other associated complications at the VA Medical center in Manhattan New York. This treatment concept was loosely researched and virtually unheard of in mainstream medicine at the time.

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Former Reporter Jason Simms: “Here Are 5 Steps We Can Take To Win Back Trust In Journalism”

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At the time, there was an amazing circuit of basements in town hosting local and touring bands. He asked me to write about them as a freelancer and he generously mentored me during my senior year of college and as I transitioned into a full-time freelance journalist.

“Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Successful Service Based Business” With Charlie Katz & Wade Brannon

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In our business, we have wait times on busy days. Our customers tend to come in at a lot of the same times resulting in their having to wait for a cut. If we are doing our job, the customer knows about how long they’ll have to wait or hear less busy times should they not be able to stick around that day. After college, I moved to Hilton Head Island, SC and took a part time job with a new company called Heavenly Ham; a company selling spiral sliced hams.

“The best leaders are the ones who cast the clearest vision” With Charlie Katz & Joel Thomas

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Joel Thomas has also contributed to numerous articles that have been published by the Air Charter Journal, NATA’s Aviation Business Magazine, Business Jet Traveler, Charter Broker.aero and the Gallery Magazine. It was my first time in a small plane. That was back in the fall of 2006. We attend all of the NBAA Regional conventions, schedulers and dispatchers conferences, and make a point of connecting in person with our air carrier partners.

A Lesson For Every Child: Learning About Food Allergies

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Hamilton-Guarino has been a spokesperson for MedicAlert Foundation since 2006 and appeared on their magazine cover, which was mailed to more than one million members.

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Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR

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the previous week, pointed out to those attending the Yale Club dinner that the new Fellows have distinguished themselves through their extraordinary leadership.

Zachary Misko: A rare blend of competence and courtesy in the HR industry

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By Marylene Delbourg-Delphis I do not attend too many tradeshows and conferences per year. This was the mission of the original media group founded in 2006 by Elliot Clark. The Association has helped me to steer new content for both the magazine and well as for our events."

Top 5 HR trends for 2012

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These resolutions are traditionally based on what is valued in someone’s society and community at that time. Practitioners need to take their time to make sure the events they attend are the right ones. Regionalized events are becoming more popular so people aren’t taking as much time away from work and family. Sarah White has been an industry writer since 2006 and published close to 500 pages of research in 2011. Guest post written by: Sarah White.