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How This Residential Care Home Bumped Employee Engagement Into Overdrive

Executive Director and co-founder Dee DeLuca believes dynamic governance helped create a fundamental shift in Living Well, a senior care facility in Vermont, impacting staff and residents alike. The post How This Residential Care Home Bumped Employee Engagement Into Overdrive appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit .

Grace Poe eto muna ha bago ka umepal na naman…

Grace Poe eto muna ha bago ka umepal na naman… Timeline Photos Bakit ganito ang mga pulitiko sa Pilipinas? Mga magnanakaw na, makakapal pa ang mga mukha at manhid sa tutoong dinaranas ng mga Filipino! Marami pa rin at patuloy pa rin na sumusuporta sa amo mong ABNO?

Remember the good old days and Bill 54 (11-029 ROH)? You will soon be able to ge…

Remember the good old days and Bill 54 (11-029 ROH)? You will soon be able to get arrested and thrown in jail for sitting down on the sidewalk thanks to your Honolulu City Council. Mahalo to Kathryn Xian, Susan M.

RACHEL MADDOW: LEGAL BATTLE WAGED AGAINST GOP WAR ON VOTING http://ther…

RACHEL MADDOW: LEGAL BATTLE WAGED AGAINST GOP WAR ON VOTING Videos – Rachel Maddow: Legal Battle Waged Against GOP War On Voting therealnews.com Donita Judge, staff attorney for the Advancement Project, talks with Rachel Maddow about the legal battle in North Carolina to prevent the implementation of new voting laws through a provision in what remains of the Voting Rights Act. July 8, 2014, MSNBC

Night clashes in Hebron

Palestinian protesters throw stones, shoot fireworks at Israeli military forces in the West Bank town of Hebron. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Confronting the counterrevolution in Egypt

One year ago at the beginning of July, the Egyptian military ousted President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood following the mass protests of the Tamarod movement. This ushered in a year of repression and reaction, directed most of all at the Muslim Brotherhood, but increasingly at other dissenters, including the left forces that helped lead the 2011 revolution that toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak. An estimated 41,000 people have been arrested, 25,000 people are in jail, and hundreds face mass death sentences

Can the teachers’ unions come back?

Lee Sustar asks whether teachers’ unions will look to the 2012 strike in Chicago as a model for moving ahead–or continue their retreat in the name of “partnership.” Chicago teachers on the march during their nine-day strike ARE THE leaders of the national teachers unions finally learning the lessons of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) strike of 2012? Nearly two years afterward, the CTU strike remains the outstanding example of resistance to the corporate school reform agenda that aims to turn public education into a marketplace and render teachers’ unions powerless. In the wake of the strike, it was inevitable that the leaders of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and National Education Association (NEA) would take a more combative tone at their union conventions this month, speaking more frankly than ever before about the relentless attacks on teacher organizations

Dear Downtown Denver members, especially Tattered Cover Book Store, Denver Busin…

Dear Downtown Denver members, especially Tattered Cover Book Store, Denver Business Improvement District (BID) and Colorado Restaurant Association members, YOUR #Homeless #Ban is #Unconstitutional! You are on the WRONG SIDE OF HISTORY! Per a FEDERAL JUDGE in Idaho, the #Homeless #Ban violates the #First #Amendment of the #Constitution! Albus Brooks: Denver City Councilman, #Denver #City #Council, Michael B. Hancock and @TamiDoor and Downtown Denver are complicit in violating citizens’ rights and of using our unhoused citizens as chess pawns in their disgusting attempt to suppress protesters’ Constitutional Rights! Denver Police Department, particularly Denver Police – District 6, have been instrumental in violating their fellow citizens’ rights. They can NO LONGER claim they are just following orders

Marching against police brutality in remembrance of Marvin Booker this morning i…

Marching against police brutality in remembrance of Marvin Booker this morning in Denver. Janet Matzen End Police Brutality

In Wake of Hobby Lobby, LGBT Community Braces for ‘Pandora’s Box’ of Discrimination

People rallied outside the U.S. Supreme Court while waiting for the decision in Burwell v.