Archive for December, 2016

King County’s homeless count could soar with new method of tallying

Thursday, December 1st, 2016:

Rather than looking only in areas where people without homes have been known to spend the night, Count Us In teams will scour every census tract in King County in late January. The Seattle region’s annual One Night Count of people who are homeless has been renamed Count Us In and will be carried out differently in 2017. A more thorough tally could result in a much higher total, officials say. Rather than looking only in areas where people without homes have been known to spend the night, as teams have in past years, Count Us In teams will scour […] Read More →

Julie Lamberg-Burnet on how you should behave at the office Christmas party

Thursday, December 1st, 2016:

As the year draws to a close, excited office workers begin eagerly preparing for an array of festive events, including the annual office Christmas party. But despite the night being one of celebration and congratulatory toasts, it’s important for employers and employees to remain coherent, classy and professional. Founder and CEO of the Sydney School of Protocol, Julie Lamberg-Burnet, has spoken to FEMAIL about the ways colleagues should behave and dress on the night in order to avoid morning after regrets – beginning with showing up.  ‘The office event is an opportunity to get to know your peers, managers and […] Read More →

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