Tag: EPA

Did I say that?

Satya Nadella’s job was tough enough from the start. He followed Microsoft lifer Steve Ballmer and founder Bill Gates into the CEO role at a time when the company is looking to keep its businesses rolling in the face of a changing industry, slower PC sales, and serious pressure on its bread-and-butter Windows and Office […]

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Congratulations EPA—You Beat the Highest Score!

Everyone is guilty of doing things they’re not supposed to be doing while on the job. Whether it’s checking your Facebook account, paying your bills, or shopping for a new pair of shoes, sometimes you just need to use your work computer because your smartphone just doesn’t cut it!

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EPA Employees Don’t Take Their ‘Duty’ Seriously

So, the new trend in the workforce is hiring Millennials, but it appears that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) misunderstood the term and, instead, hired children. Even at a government level, employees can still act immature and inappropriate!

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EPA Official Wastes Hours Viewing ToXic Websites

Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are supposed to study things that are nasty. But as an agency official was spending way too much time on his computer on a shared website, a special agent who walked by got a toxic surprise.

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Employment Law Outlook for 2013 and Beyond

Panelists included Susan Webman, Of Counsel with FortneyScott in Washington, DC; John Husband, senior partner with Holland & Hart in the firm’s Denver, Colorado office; Linda Walton, attorney with Perkins Coie LLP in Seattle; and panel moderator Charles Plumb, partner with McAfee & Taft in the firm’s Tulsa, Oklahoma office. Hot Topics: Equal Pay Act […]

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EEOC Claims Reach Record Level, What Employers Can Do

When the economy declines, it’s a safe bet that the number of discrimination claims filed against employers will increase. And as we are currently in the worst economic climate since the Great Depression, employment law attorneys weren’t surprised when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reported this week that it received an unprecedented number of […]

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