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Ignore The Rattlesnake

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Being unemployed can be a devastating experience, both financially and emotionally. If you are like me, you grew up with an expectation of 'loyalty to the company' and had an expectation of some level of loyalty FROM the company. However, the economic environment of the past few decades has fostered a mercenary corporate mindset; rigidly focused on the 'bottom line' with little regard for the human side of business. Over the course of forty years, I have been on both sides of the interview table. As such, I have some unique perspectives on the interview process. The purpose of this book is to share some of my insights, along with some things to do and to avoid during the job search endeavor. I will use anecdotes, based on actual interview experiences to illustrate some of my points. Eventually, you will understand why you 'Ignore the Rattlesnake'. In forty years of hiring and being hired, I have NEVER hired a loser; all of my hires have turned into 'superstars' often being hijacked by other managers after seeing the quality of the employees I bring in. Usually, I have a good feel before bringing anyone in for an interview. Within the first two or three minutes of the interview, I have made my decision. {While writing this book, my employer of four years decided to 'eliminate' my position. They gave me 25 days notice. By following my own advice from this book, I accepted a job offer, less than two weeks into the job search, with a twenty percent increase in salary.} Note: This book is intended to provide tips to a job seeker and does not imply any guarantee of employment. That is up to you.


Labor And The Locavore

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In the blizzard of attention around the virtues of local food production, food writers and activists place environmental protection, animal welfare, and saving small farms at the forefront of their attention. Yet amid this turn to wholesome and responsible food choices, the lives and working conditions of farmworkers are often an afterthought.

Labor and the Locavore focuses on one of the most vibrant local food economies in the country, the Hudson Valley that supplies New York restaurants and farmers markets. Based on more than a decade's in-depth interviews with workers, farmers, and others, Gray's examination clearly shows how the currency of agrarian values serves to mask the labor concerns of an already hidden workforce.

She also explores the historical roots of farmworkers' predicaments and examines the ethnic shift from Black to Latino workers. With an analysis that can be applied to local food concerns around the country, this book challenges the reader to consider how the mentality of the alternative food movements implies a comprehensive food ethic that addresses workers' concerns.


Forest And Nature Governance 2013

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Today, problems such as deforestation, biodiversity loss and illegal logging have provoked various policy responses that are often referred to as forest and nature governance. In its broadest interpretation, governance is about the many ways in which public and private actors from the state, market and/or civil society govern public issues at multiple scales. This book takes a fresh perspective on the study of forest and nature governance. Departing from 'practice theory', and building upon scholars like Giddens, Bourdieu, Reckwitz, Schatzki and Callon, it seeks to move beyond established understandings of institutions, actors, and knowledge. In so doing, it not only presents an innovative conceptual and methodological framework for a practice based approach, but also rich case studies and ethnographies. Finally, this book is about how actors involved in governance talk about and work with trees, forests, biodiversity, wildlife, and so on, while acting upon forest policies, environmental discourses, codes of conduct, or scientific insights.


Reflections On The Debate Between Trade And Environment

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Manwhore (a Ferro Family Short Story)

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A short story by "New York Times" bestselling author H.M. Ward set in her Sexy Ferro World When billionaire Sean Ferro crosses my path, it's my job to destroy him. His crimes are horrific, and there's no way I'm letting him walk away from them. Whether he wins or loses in court is irrelevant. I'll destroy any chance he has for a happy life when this is over, whether he lands in a jail cell or not. The arrogant bastard is more beautiful than I thought. He sits there, day after day, closed off and quiet. Dark hair pushed out of his face, and those blue eyes staring into space, unseeing. I assist the prosecution and twist his silence into apathy, steadily transforming the image of a broken man into a disturbed monster. I destroy him completely well before the end of the trial. Society hates him. And so do I. But one night will change everything. One chance encounter shows me my mistake. This isn't something I can't change, so I offer the only thing I know he needs-me. "Genre: New Adult Romance This story is a standalone volume of approximately 125 pages. Related Works: The Arrangement Series"



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