Welcome to the October 5, 2008 edition of Corporate Vigilance presenting an array of opinions, instruction, and helpful information as it relates to business and personal finance.
John Phillips presents Workplace Woes and St. Paul posted at The Word, saying, "The current economic crisis shows a lack of corporate vigilance"
Chris presents What Drives Career Advancement - Development of Skills or Development of Connections? posted at ProsperingServant.com.
Verna Morris presents 100 Companies No Environmentalist Should Ever Support - X-Ray Technician Schools posted at Comments on: Top 100 Diet and Fitness Blogs.
Leon Gettler presents Siemens, corruption and corporate social responsibility posted at Sox First, saying, "Just as Siemens executive go on trial for corruption, the company sets up up a foundation for corporate responsibility"
debergerac78 presents The Post’s Pearlstein says Wall Street execs should apologize - but will they? posted at The Business Ethics Blog, saying, "Considering that this crisis was driven by corporate greed, an apology would be a good place to start."
Simon Stapleton presents Five Self-Marketing Tips for Information Technology Employees : SimonStapleton.com posted at Career & Personal Development for CIOs, Technical Professionals and Self-Professed Geeks, saying, "I used to be like you - a shy, modest, hard working IT engineer who’d little time for what I supposed to be those self-serving sycophants scrambling up promotion vines in the corporate jungle"
Tushar Mathur presents Recordkeeping: What to keep and what to throw ? posted at Small Business Resource, saying, "Some documents and records need to be kept indefinitely but most can be discarded after a prescribed period. Here are some general rules of thumb as to how long you should keep them."
Applying the Law of Attraction presents Applying the Law of Attraction to Your Career posted at Applying the Law of Attraction Membership Library, saying, "For the people who are not aware of the theory of the law of attraction, then you are soon to realize that it is a basic principal of the Buddhist religion..."
Great Management presents Gain Extra Hours Every Day By Simply Outsourcing Your Life posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, "Some of you will have seen me raving about the best self-development book ever written: The 4 Hour Work Week. As a direct result of this book, I have started to outsource my life and gain some valuable hours back every day."
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