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December 21, 2012
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Benefits & Compensation 
  • Office perks keep on coming in Silicon Valley
    A vending machine at Evernote dispenses electronic gadgets when an employee scans their ID badge. Massages, treadmill desks and intra-office scooters are other ways that companies in California's Silicon Valley are participating in the "perks arms race," Megan Garber writes. The Atlantic (12/2012) LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+Email this Story
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  • Labor laws lead Ohio restaurant to implement no-tipping policy
    Casa Nueva, a restaurant in Athens, Ohio, has stopped allowing its employees to accept tips. The restaurant had used a system in which all employees shared tips, but ended the practice after the U.S. Labor Department announced it would enforce rules that prohibit certain types of employees from participating in tip pools. Slate (12/19) LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+Email this Story
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  • Lessons on business and happiness from a Starbucks barista
    Business leaders may be able to learn from one especially cheerful Starbucks barista whom Ryan Estis says he ran into while traveling a couple of years ago. The barista explained that she was so friendly because happy customers enriched her life. "Instead of focusing on how to be successful, focus on how to be helpful," Estis says. PassionOnPurposeBlog.com (12/20) LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+Email this Story
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  • A doctor watches "Home Alone"
    In "Home Alone," 8-year-old Kevin deters would-be burglars with falling paint cans, a blowtorch, a falling iron and a super-heated door knob. That would be enough to leave the intruders crippled, with multiple fractures, missing teeth and likely skull necrosis, says Dr. Ryan St. Clair of Weill Cornell Medical College. "Kevin has moved from 'defending his house' into sheer malice, in my opinion," St. Clair says. The Week (12/20) LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+Email this Story
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  • Best of 2012: 18 SmartBrief interviews with industry thought leaders
      
    SmartBrief's SmartBlogs network interviewed 18 industry thought leaders this month. Find out what these leaders are projecting for their industries in 2013, and see what other free SmartBrief newsletters you may be missing out on. Learn more. LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+Email this Story

 
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