Jobbing Archive: July, 2011

Side by side by supermarket

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What does Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein think about unions? I have no idea, but he's got to be grateful for the help that he got from... Read more

Kitchen colors

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Go into most fine dining establishments. Who is on the waitstaff? Who is in the kitchen? The folks in the back, say activists, tend to be immigrants... Read more

An analyst's early intervention

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James Dougherty, a laid off budget analyst, should be bragging about his accomplishments in the financial arena, but what he really wants to... Read more

Hiring: Finding the cultural fit

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Here's what customer support looks like at Front Rush LLC, a software company housed in an old factory in Lambertville. You can spot co-Founder... Read more

No dogs at work. Please.

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Please don't bring your dog to work. Dana Spain's "One `Great' Idea for Philadelphia" is to make the city more pet friendly by allowing people... Read more

Wall-to-wall union

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Verizon contract negotiations continue in Philadelphia where one of the biggest issues is Verizon's reluctance/the unions' desires to unionize... Read more

Hey, hey, the gang's all there

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Big labor line-up in Washington DC Monday and Tuesday as unions and business groups opine on proposed changes to how union elections are conducted... Read more

Selling himself

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Laid off salesman Joe Brooks, of Holland, loves being a salesman. "I love people. I love meeting people and I really like solving problems... Read more