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Did you read a November, 2011 New York Times article: What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering? It referenced an American Lawyer survey finding that 47% of clients surveyed did not want first or second year associates working on their matters. It also identified what clients are saying to...
A recent article in the New York Times highlighed the potential dangers of dashboard entertainment and navigation systems and their potential to distract drivers. The federal traffic agency, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is strongly encouraging carmakers to consider designing...
PROFESSIONALISM THREATENED BY MID-LEVEL SCARCITY: LLOYD’S SAYS #2 RISK IS TALENT AND SKILLS SHORTAGE
A Human Resource Executive editorial reported that Lloyd’s ranked talent and skills shortages the #2 risk facing businesses as of 2011, up from #22 in 2009. As need for talent and skills heats up with a recovering economy, needed capabilities may not exist in those forced to the sidelines in the...
In today's editorial, the New York Times expresses concerns about the targeted surveillance of whistleblowers at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The editorial recounts the claims made by six scientists and physicians who raised concerns about the safety and effectiveness of devices approved...
Source: NY Times As the Republican presidential primary keeps rolling along, it is becoming more apparent that under the Republican platform injured workers are going to get stuck under the wheels of the bus for health care. In Woodland Park, Colorado, at a campaign stop Rick Sanatorium policy...