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Workplace Harassment: Surviving the Female Corporate Psychopath

Many people suffer in silence; ridden by stress and abuse. Workplace harassment is a reality. It is abuse just like physical abuse! You should not tolerate it just because someone is paying you a salary every month. Rise up and protect yourselves. Report the matter and stop this immoral occurrence in the workplace. Here are … Continue reading Workplace Harassment: Surviving the Female Corporate Psychopath

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Dealing with Workplace Harassment: The Weekly Meeting Prayer

Workplace Harassment is a reality for many people. Millions of people suffer daily, the oppression meted out by their employers. These people suffer in silence; some people become depressed and even commit suicide. Some 'go postal' and commit mass murder. However, we should never allow situations to escalate to that point. It is important that … Continue reading Dealing with Workplace Harassment: The Weekly Meeting Prayer

Short Story: Excerpt from Corporate Psychopaths, Moving On by Denise N. Fyffe

Life has corners that you cannot see around. Francine received the news that her world may be changing sooner, rather than later. She felt like her world was always in flux, and not in a good way, but this time should be different. No matter, just like all those times before, she would fasten her … Continue reading Short Story: Excerpt from Corporate Psychopaths, Moving On by Denise N. Fyffe

How to tell if Your Boss is a Micromanager

Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary defines micromanagement as "management, especially with excessive control or attention on details". Dictionary.com defines micromanagement as "management or control with excessive attention to minor details". Still can’t decide if your manager is a micromanager, here are some signs. Does your manager resist delegating, immerse themselves in overseeing the projects of others, correct … Continue reading How to tell if Your Boss is a Micromanager

Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit

Dominica PM says no to same-sex marriage

Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit

Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit

The Dominica Government says it will not accept same-sex marriages, insisting the island will not follow other countries in doing so, Jamaica’s Observer reports.

“I will make it clear that there are some things that this Government will not accept and we will never allow for the state to recognise same-sex marriage in our country. If other countries want to do it, that’s a matter for them but there are certain guiding principles that we must follow,” Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said.

The local group, Minority Rights Dominica (MiriDom), has been calling on the Government to re-examine the Sexual Offence Act of Dominica as it relates to buggery, claiming that the legislation “discriminates against people because of their sexual preferences.

“We are just asking that everybody be treated equally,” the group said, adding that it was still awaiting correspondence from Prime Minister Skerrit on the issue.

But Prime Minister Skerrit said while he is willing to meet with MiriDom to discuss issues, concerns and recommendations. “I don’t think any one group should impose any views on any other group.

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The Dominica Government says it will not accept same-sex marriages, insisting the island will not follow other countries in doing so, Jamaica’s Observer reports.

“I will make it clear that there are some things that this Government will not accept and we will never allow for the state to recognise same-sex marriage in our country. If other countries want to do it, that’s a matter for them but there are certain guiding principles that we must follow,” Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said.

The local group, Minority Rights Dominica (MiriDom), has been calling on the Government to re-examine the Sexual Offence Act of Dominica as it relates to buggery, claiming that the legislation “discriminates against people because of their sexual preferences.

“We are just asking that everybody be treated equally,” the group said, adding that it was still awaiting correspondence from Prime Minister Skerrit on the issue.

But Prime Minister Skerrit…

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A bold, brazen buggering – Commentary on Male jogger gang-raped by armed men at Queen Hill

Here is another view on yesterday's incident, commentary by Mark Wignal on Male jogger gang-raped by armed men at Queen Hill in JamaicaObserver.com A bold, brazen buggering Mark Wignall Thursday, June 12, 2014 A most troubling report in yesterday's Observer detailing the gang-rape of a male jogger in the early hours, in the Queen Hill … Continue reading A bold, brazen buggering – Commentary on Male jogger gang-raped by armed men at Queen Hill

Jamaica gaan to the dogs – Male jogger gang-raped by armed men at Queen Hill

Patois: Bwoy, mi hart a hatt mi, an a nuh even me it happen to. Lawd have mercy! Translation: Boy, my heart is hurting me, and it did not even happen to me! Thousands of Jamaicans, just like myself, are saying this today, as we read the news headline in the Jamaica Observer, June 11, … Continue reading Jamaica gaan to the dogs – Male jogger gang-raped by armed men at Queen Hill