Steven John, provided by Published 12:26 pm PDT, Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Joe Raedle/Getty Images Buying a home is a process that requires years of saving, careful planning, and a ton of effort to ensure you find the perfect place. But when you buy your first home, there are certain things you may not realize you should do, and not knowing can have huge financial consequences. Here are five mistakes I made when I bought my first home that could have been avoided. My wife and I bought our first home back in early 2011. It was a charming, ranch-style house nestled just below the foothills of Glendale, California that was built in 1928. It still boasted many of its original charms, such as a massive window looking out on a 2,450-foot mountain, a stucco fireplace, and a vintage dining room chandelier with stained glass panels. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Frustrated by stalled Republican efforts to roll back Obamacare, US President Donald Trump has signed an … [Read more...] about 5 mistakes we made when we bought our first house
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Richard Branson put it best, customers come second, employees first. It's a philosophy that brings unexpected benefits to both the company and its clients. Parth Misra Published 7:00 am, Friday, June 29, 2018 Photo: Alison Buck | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Alison Buck | Getty Images Investing In Your Employees Is the Smartest Business Decision You Can Make 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It’s one of those things that we all knew, but didn’t quite have enough data to paint a picture of: Most people are not happy at work. But, now we do, and the number is 85 percent. That’s how many people are dissatisfied with their jobs the world over, according to the "State of the Global Workplace" survey conducted by Gallup poll last year. Image credit: Integrity-Asia.com true … [Read more...] about Investing In Your Employees Is the Smartest Business Decision You Can Make
Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar and David Crary Associated Press Updated 7:13 p.m. UTC May 30, 2018 Washington – Step by methodical step, the Trump administration is remaking government policy on reproductive health – moving to limit access to birth control and abortion and bolstering abstinence-only sex education. Social and religious conservatives praise the administration for promoting “a culture of life.” But women’s-rights activists and some medical experts view the multi-pronged changes as a dangerous ideological shift that could increase unintended pregnancies and abortions. “When I ran for office, I pledged to stand for life,” President Donald Trump said in a recent speech to the Susan B. Anthony List, which backs political candidates who oppose abortion. “And as president, that’s exactly what I’ve done. And I have kept my promise, and I think everybody here understands that fully.” Most of the changes involve … [Read more...] about Trump remaking policy on women’s reproductive health
posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 1. (unregistered) as a employee .. i am all for customer service and improving profits as whole ... but hq still needs a lot of work as far as who they hire and employee to wear the brand and push they're services and features much less products .. posted on 10 Aug 2008, 12:35 0 54. C-Chicki (unregistered) Pretty much! I mean if you have a rude beligerate and all around NASTY man working as the greeter/host of a location that basicly makes it incredibly hard for your sales reps to correct the customer's view of your customer service. posted on 07 Aug 2008, 04:03 0 2. (unregistered) Sprint will go under very soon, who cares if they are doing better. The company has to many bad people within it. I'm sorry but Sprint plain sucks, and that's why every rates them last with ATT for service. posted on 07 Aug 2008, 11:08 0 4. (unregistered) Spoken like a true VZW fanboy. Ignore the facts and just rip the competition. posted … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sprint reports 2Q numbers: better, but still bad.
Leasha Ali had been drunk for the last two days, but she didn’t want to be anymore. The 39-year-old math teacher and mother of two was in a spiral familiar to anyone who’s struggled with addiction. A difficult event — a hospitalization, thanks to lingering symptoms from a birth defect — had stressed her to the breaking point, and then she’d gotten home and found herself alone in her house, depressed and unable to sleep. After a few days without drinking, she gave in, and spent the next 48 hours on a bender. On the second night, January 8th of this year, she got an email from the hospital. Her liver enzymes had been dangerously high — even before the days of abuse. The birth defect that put her in the hospital had already left her with several damaged organs. Afraid of hurting another, she searched the test results in Google. Right there at the top was an ad for rehab. “I thought to myself, ‘Oh my God, even Google knows I need … [Read more...] about How disreputable rehabs game Google to profit off patients