A survey of 1909 Australians has found that an increasing number want to quit their jobs because they are being pushed to the limit by their employers and have nothing more to give in terms of efforts to be more productive at work. And the main reason why they want to leave is a lack of respect.
If human resources outfit PageUp People's chief executive and co-founder Karen Cariss is to be believed, then whoever it was that breached the company's networks and encountered a very tasty mass of data, left it completely untouched. If only all hackers were as benevolent!
Workday featured a range of impressive speakers at its various keynote videos, with one in particular being the day two keynote showcasing the cultural imperative in place at Workday that makes it a "great place to work", but that was just one of many videos I captured.
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did you figure out a way around it?
how long were you banned? Did you just log in and see that you could play again?