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Alarm bells were sounded regularly in the last decade about the household bird, whose chatter used to wake us up, vanishing. With our modern gadgets using various wavelengths and radio signals, we succeeded in driving the small birds out of our homes
October 18, 2012 Put principles first in everything you do, even in situations where it might cost you money. The one thing you cannot afford to compromise is your integrity.
We all may have faced the challenge of protecting our integrity. It could be making a decision of right or wrong; should I study or not; or telling the truth or telling a lie. There may have been times of starting a task for someone, then blowing off
The league's actions after the controversial call at the end of the Seahawks' Monday night victory, and its refusal to settle with locked-out officials, proves otherwise.
You know it's a fucked up country when even the police hate the Tories I dont see anything f*****d up about it at all. The Tories are dying as a party, even the Police and Armed Forces hate them now. Only the Bankers still love these sense of
Rating In Summary High Court rules that Mr Matemu's conduct has raised serious integrity issues...The High Court ruled Thursday that Mr Matemu's conduct has raised serious integrity issues...More to follow Kisumu traders march to the District
Special for The Republic azcentral.com At a time of low public confidence in business practices, local economic leaders will spend a morning focusing on the importance of ethics and integrity. The second annual Integrity Summit, an invitation-only
Russell Credibility is often considered to be at the foundation of leadership. Regardless of how smart, sophisticated and savvy you might be, if your colleagues or direct reports dont believe you, then they wont willingly follow. People have to
Rating In Summary Committee says it's difficult to vet aspirants for elective posts based on a subjective criteria No parameters against which to judge the suitability of candidates based on their morality and ethics MPs have ignored the public
Last month, R Nandan, a 33-year-old employee of IBM , was discovered to have used his wife's academic credentials to get his Rs 24-lakh-a-year job, putting the spotlight on rampant resume fraud faced by India's $100-billion information technology