"He's got a bad attitude." "She's not a team player." "He's not a very pleasant person to work with." Does this sound familiar? It probably does. Every manager has had an employee who just wasn't part of the team. You advise the employee that he/she has a bad attitude or...
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said he plans to forge ahead with bureaucratic Pentagon reform initiatives despite the uptick of global threats and military activities in recent months.
The U.S. House soon could vote on a spending measure that would keep the Pentagon and other federal agencies funded while lawmakers hit the campaign trail.
When Congress returns to Capitol Hill, members will have three weeks of work scheduled — and a year's worth of work to finish.
The full Senate will likely not vote on the 2015 defense policy bill before lawmakers adjourn, Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin, D-Mich., said recently.
Major U.S. employers and trade groups, including NRF, are readying for the Affordable Care Act's mandate to provide health coverage. Retailers "continue to believe that the employer mandate is not needed," but they are working to make sure they're ready nonetheless, NRF...
Home Depot breach may have been widespread The alleged security breach that recently hit The Home Depot Inc. may have compromised credit and debit card data at nearly all of the company's stores Family Dollar rejects upped bid from Dollar General; sticking with Dollar Tree Family...
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