Drafting Sophomores Is a Smart Strategy For NBA Teams
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Drafting Sophomores Is a Smart Strategy For NBA Teams

Story provided by FiveThirtyEight –  When Jared Sullinger, the nation’s No. 2 high-school recruit, finished his freshman year playing center at Ohio State in 2011, he was forecast to be drafted into the NBA in the top three. But when he declared that he was going back to school for his sophomore season, his draft stock plummeted, … Continue reading

How Flexible Hours Can Harm Employees As Much As It Helps Them
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How Flexible Hours Can Harm Employees As Much As It Helps Them

Story provided by Fast Company –  President Obama, nice boss that he is, wants you to stroll into work whenever you please. All right, that’s not entirely true. But at the White House Summit on Working Families this week, Obama did encourage employers to provide more flexibility–especially when it comes to family leave and childcare. As a … Continue reading

The Tipping Point: Is This the Beginning of the End for Gratuities?
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The Tipping Point: Is This the Beginning of the End for Gratuities?

Story provided by Pacific Standard –  “Hi Rachel,” greets my barista on most mornings. He smiles. Scrawls my name and personalized order in black marker on a white paper cup. Swipes my card. And then—before turning to the La Marzocco espresso machine to make my latte—he swivels the iPad around to face me. The screen, … Continue reading