You must register or login to post a comment. I got me a shovel, And I'm digging a ditch, And I'm going to fight for this four square feet of land Like a mean old son of a bitch. I got me a future, I'm not stuck on the past. I've got no new tricks, yeah I'm up on bricks, But me, I'm a machine and I was built to last. I'm trying to get better because I haven't been my best. She took a plain black marker, started writing on my chest. She drew a line across the middle of my broken heart and said "Come on now let's fix this mess. They threw me a whirlwind, And I spat back the sea.
Why You Can’t Just Outlaw Bias
Outlander fans all over the world have been debating this question for years: Frank or Jamie? It has to be said that both men have their merits. Claire's husband was a kind and generous father who loved her long after she returned. Yet, her husband managed to sway fans with his charming persona and family devotion. Two good men who only wanted the best for Claire in the end.
Tools for Getting Managers on Board
After Wall Street firms repeatedly had to shell out millions to settle discrimination lawsuits, businesses started to get serious about their efforts to increase diversity. And the usual tools—diversity training, hiring tests, performance ratings, grievance systems—tend to make things worse, not better. But as lab studies show, this kind of force-feeding can activate bias and encourage rebellion. However, in their analysis the authors uncovered numerous diversity tactics that do move the needle, such as recruiting initiatives, mentoring programs, and diversity task forces. They engage managers in solving the problem, increase contact with women and minority workers, and promote social accountability. Some of these efforts make matters worse, not better. People rebel against rules that threaten their autonomy.
Close Menu. Get Better is a year long character study of one of the hardest working musicians on earth. Encompassing footage from friends, family and fans across England, Europe and the USA, film maker and friend Ben Morse set out to capture a band who are constantly in motion, only to find that they suddenly stopped. This video is currently unavailable to watch in your location. Add to Watchlist. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms.