The Dog Park Dilemma

Why is it that people still think it’s okay to not pick up after their dogs? Am I really performing a social good if the result is that less and less people pick up after their dogs? Is an act a social good because it is inherently good or is an act a social good because of the outcome or repercussions?

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The Smartest Man in the World

I often think about the smartest man in the world. While I envy him, I also greatly pity him. To be the smartest man in the world, he must also, to some extent, be insane. The smartest man in the world lives the most absurd life out of anyone.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a self-regulating business model that holds businesses socially accountable– to themselves, to stakeholders, and to the public. To engage in CSR, a company is operating or aiming to operate its business in a way that is enhances society and the environment, whilst aiming to mitigate negative impacts.

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360° Feedback Process

The 360° Feedback Process or Multi-Source Feedback is a process through which employees are assessed based on their immediate work circle– their subordinates, peers, supervisors, and themselves. This type of feedback represents a multi-perspective view of an employee’s skills, performance, and areas of improvement. The 360° Feedback Process can offer valuable insight and information into the job performance of an employee.

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How to Make Your First Budget

Making a budget isn’t exactly fun, or easy. If you’re a young adult, chances are most of you are as highly aversive to the word “budget” as I am. If you hate the thought of making a budget, like I do, this article is for you.

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Motivating Yourself in the Morning

Motivating yourself in the morning and getting out of bed can be difficult. Here are some ways to inspire yourself to start your day.

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