Being small doesn’t mean businesses can’t pack a big punch. These small workplaces have an outsized impact on their employee satisfaction. Winners in this category include businesses with fewer than 150 employees in the Tampa Bay region. Read more: Read our full coverage of the 2019 Top Workplaces Read more: Here is how our Top Workplaces survey was done # 1. Yogurtology of Florida, LLC Sector: Restaurant Employees: 90 Years on the list: 4 Read more: Free samples and family atmosphere make Yogurtology a sweet place to work # 2. Guardian Angels Catholic School Sector: Education - Primary / Secondary School Employees: 54 Years on the list: 2 # 3. Engel & Völkers Sector: Agents / Brokers Employees: 85 Years on the list: 1 # 4. Century 21 Jim White & Associates Sector: Agents/Brokers Employees: 60 Years on the list: 1 # 5. Power Home Remodeling Group Sector: Home Remodeling Employees: 108 Years on the list: 1 # 6. Vantagepoint ai, LLC Sector: Financial … [Read more...] about Top small workplaces in Tampa Bay
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Did Big Tech Lie to Congress About Russian Interference? DealBook Supported by Dec. 18, 2018 Good Tuesday. Want this by email? Sign up here . New discoveries on Russia and the tech giants The Senate Intelligence Committee released two huge reports on Monday that it had commissioned on Russian use of social media to disrupt the 2016 election and more. One is by New Knowledge, a cybersecurity company; the other by Oxford University researchers. Here are some highlights, both about the Russian campaign and about how tech companies have behaved toward the Senate: African-Americans were targeted with relentless propaganda. We’ve heard plenty about Russian attempts to sway Facebook users who were on the political right, led by the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg. But … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Did Big Tech Lie to Congress About Russian Interference?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Climate Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Climate | A Busy Week for Climate Scientists, and Climate Negotiators Supported by Climate Fwd: ByLisa Friedman, Henry Fountain and Eduardo Garcia Dec. 12, 2018 Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. ByLisa Friedman It’s a busy week on the climate front for the Trump administration. In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency and Interior Department are teeing up more rollbacks of Obama-era regulations. In Katowice, Poland, where diplomats are gathered for another round of United Nations climate change negotiations, White House officials are promoting fossil fuels. My colleague Brad Plumer, who is in Katowice, attended the Trump … [Read more...] about A Busy Week for Climate Scientists, and Climate Negotiators
Winter 2018 National Immigrant Solidarity Network Monthly News Digest and News Alert! National Immigrant Solidarity Network URL: http://[email protected] Information about the Network: FLYER Washington D.C.: (202)595-8990 Every Donation Counts! Please Support Us! Send check pay to: Hey Trump: 'Tear Gassing Children Is Outrageous and Inhumane! Please download our latest newsletter: http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org/Newsletter/Winter18.pdf 11/30: Terror at the Border: Experts Condemn the Tear-Gassing of Children Paul Gottinger - CounterPunch On Sunday, US border officers fired tear gas at groups of asylum seekers attempting to reach the US border. Images of mothers and small children fleeing the gas drew widespread outrage from politicians and human rights groups. Wind carried the gas a kilometer away, impacting many individuals not attempting to reach the US border. As a result of the tear gas, one woman collapsed unconscious, a … [Read more...] about Winter 2018 National Immigrant Solidarity Network News Alert! : Indybay
Antonia Noori Farzan, The Washington Post Published 7:16 am CDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Theodore Roosevelt got to his hotel late at night and reluctantly headed to the bar. After spending several days riding through the tall grass prairies, he had arrived in the small town of Mingusville, Montana, now known as Wibaux. It was likely the summer of 1884, historians believe, meaning that the future president would have been 25 years old. A shabby-looking man was walking around with a gun. The man greeted Roosevelt as "Four Eyes," referring to his round glasses, and suggested that Roosevelt would pay for drinks that night. "I joined in the laugh and got behind the stove and sat down, thinking to escape notice," Roosevelt recalled in his 1913 autobiography. "He followed me, however, and though I tried to pass it off as a jest this merely made him more offensive, and he stood leaning over me, a gun in each hand, using very foul language." Roosevelt, then a wealthy member … [Read more...] about Kavanaugh allegations raise new question: Have you ever been in a bar fight?