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What Are The Real Costs of a Bad Hire?

25th November 2011
Do you feel like you're ahead of the dollars and cents game when you decide "NOT" to use an executive recruiter's services in your recruiting and hiring plans? Maybe you figure why bring a third party into the situation and pay out a fee, but have you eve... Read >
Author: Dave Dart

MCTS Certification Open up a World of Opportunities in the Exciting Industry of IT

02nd November 2011
In the often competitive world of IT there has never been a better time for you to gain an microsoft mcse for you to open up a world of opportunities and consequently enjoy attractive benefits and remuneration. MCTS actually stands for Microsoft Certified... Read >
Author: Zhuimeng

The Best Way to Use a Lactic Acid Peel

10th August 2011
The Best Way to Use a Lactic Acid Peel Using a lactic acid peel can be a great way to reduce wrinkles and age spots. It is a strong form of chemical exfoliation that removes dull damaged skin to expose fresh, younger looking skin below. By properly tre... Read >
Author: Healthy Beauty

Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT30 3D Ready Plasma Television Review

07th June 2011
Overall, the Panasonic TX-P50GT30 possesses an exceptional display, and superb performance. This 50 inch version of the Panasonic Viera comes with 3D capability. This plasma television, the TX-P50GT30, is Panasonic's mid-level series. This places the t... Read >
Author: Malcolm Mckay

Yamaha Keyboards - Quality Piano Keyboard at Fair Price

04th May 2011
Yamaha Keyboards is one brand that any keyboard player would want to lay his hands on. Whatever be your skill level, beginner, mid level or professional, you will find a suitable Yamaha keyboards. Beginners are also attracted towards Casio because of thei... Read >
Author: bistsuresh

Metal Casting Industry

08th July 2010
The method of pouring "hot metal" (in industry parlance) into castes or molds and change it into a definite shape after cooling is the basic idea behind metal casting. Metal casting is an age old technique, went through many improvisation, and transformed... Read >
Author: Mark

Understanding USP 797 Standards

23rd June 2010
The benchmark for sterile compounding is USP 797. The USP Chapter 797 was written by Mike Hurst, for pharmaceutical supplier Baxa Corp., and is the first promulgated standard for sterile compounding and became effective from January1, 2004. The concept of... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Differentiating Commercial Furniture from Home Furniture

08th June 2010
For many Americans, furniture is furniture. It is all the same. Commercial furniture is actually in a class all by itself. Commercial grade varies, but it is always designed to be durable, easily cleanable, and have longevity. Commercial furniture is used... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Thinking About Buying the Makita BHP451 Cordless Drill? Read This Comprehensive Review

04th June 2010
When you are looking for a brand-new hammer drill/driver, you will most likely wish to check out the 18-V Makita BHP451. This unique Makita has many chracteristics that you will not see with different hammer drills and it is sure to help you with finishin... Read >
Author: Steve Steele

The Roland TD9SX Electronic Drum Set Review

01st June 2010
A Review of The Roland TD9SX Electronic Drum Set The Roland TD9SX electronic drum set has been a steady and reliable performer since it first arrived on the scene just a few short years ago and continues to be a favorite choice among beginner,inte... Read >
Author: brazley

Managing Director Job Profile

08th January 2009
The CEO of your company is the president, vice president, owner, or maybe the chief operations officer. Known by many different titles, the CEO is responsible for making sure the goals of the company are met. They will formulate all the company's policies... Read >
Author: clevelcrossing
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