Month: July 2019

AT&T CEO ceremoniously interrupted by spam call during live presentation

  Speaking at an Economic Club event in Washington, D.C. today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson proved that he, too, is affected by the ongoing robocall epidemic. Stephenson received a call in the middle of his interview, and instantly concluded it was a robocall. [Cont.] Source: 9to5 Mac

#HRQ&A – Telling my boss his wife messed up his travel, My boss books Escorts on Company Email

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. Telling my boss his wife messed up his business travel I used to work as an executive assistant to a person who did a lot of business travel, but also did a lot of travel for his side-business activities. This was all legit, above board

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#HRIdea #14 – #HRQ&A Drinking a beer @work, religious holidays, Hate X-mas?

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. I saw my coworker buying a beer during work hours I saw a coworker at the pharmacy near our office this morning (9:45 a.m.) buying a 40-ounce can of beer. I was confused at first and I couldn’t figure out what to make out of

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Pension Losses Could Hit Companies Like AT&T and Verizon Hard

The stock-market tumble late last year could punish earnings at companies such as Verizon Communications VZ -1.17% Inc. and AT&T Inc. T 0.20% because of how they account for fluctuations in their pension plans. These companies and others count gains and losses in their pensions and retiree-benefit plans in the same year that they occur,

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