When Jennifer had her second child in 2005, she knew within days that something worrisome had happened to her body. For the first time in her life, she couldn’t make it to the toilet. She peed without
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We've all read tips from job coaches and HR pros about job interview do's and don'ts. Everything from proper eye contact and reading body language to preparing succinct stories of personal work successes.
The Question: I'm a retail manager, and I often do interviews to hire our store's seasonal staff. The problem is, I get the same canned answers from people all the time. When I ask: "If a customer asked
Tim Cestnick is president of WaterStreet Family Offices, and author of several tax and personal finance books. email@example.com My parents were recently revising their wills. I told them that like
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There comes a time when every business' website needs a fresh start – whether launching a new product or service, changing up the team, developing a new brand identity or noticing that your website still
Every new Canadian passport is now an "ePassport." So why the "e?" As of July 1, passports now come with a small, embedded chip digitally containing personal information typed on page two. Unfortunately,
I'm the first to admit that I'm an iNut or an iFan or however else those of us whose lives have been changed by the sublime design simplicity of Apple products should call themselves. Bottom line: iGetit.