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October 07, 2016

What’s in a Name? $63,000 if It’s the Right One!

Stork“Why didn’t I think of this when I was in high school?” That’s what a majority of you will think as you read the following article! A 16-year-old British student has made more than £48,000 (or $62,586.96 USD) naming Chinese babies, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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Smell Harassment: Yes, That’s a Real Thing and There Is Training for It

SmellsWhat is smell harassment? There is no formal definition of this term, at least where Merriam-Webster is concerned. However, it can be defined as a person—or group of people—who is offended by the way another person smells, particularly via a person’s body odor or bad breath. This touchy subject can also open Pandora’s Box for discrimination-related claims, so how can HR handle this stinky situation?

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