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    [–] Islanders were to check into their team hotel in Calgary, only to hear Flames James Neal may be doing an autograph session there. Lou Lamoriello said no thanks & switched hotels just like that. Definitely not an easy task logistically. Classic. DidAnyoneReadThis 5 points ago in hockey

    I do. I enjoy respect along with my business relationships. If I am paying thousands of dollars a night at a single hotel I expect to be treated with a basic level of respect. Holding an event for my competition may or may not be acceptable on any given night, it is definitely not acceptable on a night I am paying thousands of dollars at night for.

    I want my players relaxed and rested. I don't want them bombarded by tons of fans asking for autographs or occupying space that my players typically use to rest.

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in AskHR

    I'll have to take note of that next time I am interviewing. Would hate to work at such a stuffy company

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in AskHR

    Nope, I am in management and if me and my team are putting in long hours at the office we are definitely doing it over a 6-pack.

    My company has beer in our fridge though. My boss has a bottle of scotch on his desk.

    Just don't drive home drunk and be a liability is the code. We have taxi chits available to cover our ass. Every employee knows.

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis -3 points ago in AskHR

    Like I said, I don't work in law.

    If I saw a beer can by one of my employees desks, I would know they weren't drinking during the day so would be happy they were putting in extra hours.

    Of course don't have a can by your desk every day/week

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in AskHR

    OK. In the real world, almost everyone drinks beers. Especially when they are stressed and/or overworked.

    Someone worked extra, had a few beers while doing so and instead of throwing them all in the nearest garbage can, set one in the nearest spot.

    If anyone had a problem with that you work at a shitty company. 9-5 don't drink. Sure ok. 6+, have one or two, just do it responsibly and don't drive home.

    I'm not a lawyer, but if I overdrank at work, I could grab an already paid for taxi chit from reception and get home safely. That is how a good company covers their ass and also takes care of their employees.

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in AskHR

    Should be fine then no? Shouldn't have to be a complete idiot to become a lawyer.

    Do you have to vow to be 100% sober to pass the bar?

    [–] Someone planted a beer can on my desk at work [Detriot, MI] DidAnyoneReadThis -2 points ago in AskHR

    What sort of company do you work in that this could even be an issue?

    Someone worked extra hours, drank some much deserved beers while doing so, and instead of finding a garbage can nearby, put the can behind your monitor.

    Throw the empty in the recycling and move on.

    [–] Man beats fentanyl trafficking charge due to charter violation. Here’s the video of the dog sniffing the car DidAnyoneReadThis 4 points ago in canada

    You are correct, they believed the piece of shit police officer before. Now it is an even fair trial.

    Sometimes you get videos like this where it is a grey area, sometimes it is obvious the officer is right, and sometimes it is obvious the cop shouldn't have shot that innocent civilian

    [–] Maybe the expat community has thoughts ? DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in expat

    Do Turkish citizens have to do any mandatory military or other government services? Any sort of laws abroad that they would have to account for? I'm really quite naive on Turkish laws, customs, etc. Do you foresee Turkish citizens being banned from any countries? They would be able to get in through their US or Canadian passport no?

    US citizens have to file tax forms every year no matter where they live or earn their money (typically do not owe any taxes, but it can happen). That said, as long as you are comfortable with doing tax returns yourself or don't mind paying a tax accountant familiar with international taxation every year then I would accept US citizenship.

    I don't know of any immediate downsides to Canadian citizenship. I would take that.

    [–] How I make $1500 US a month and live in Asia DidAnyoneReadThis 1 points ago in digitalnomad

    Hmm I might have to look into this. I didn't want to teach ESL because of the pay and the hours they work.

    International school teachers get actual decent pay and work typical hours.

    Would you recommend a certain place for me to begin my research?

    I live in Vietnam

    [–] How I make $1500 US a month and live in Asia DidAnyoneReadThis 5 points ago in digitalnomad

    You work at an international school?

    Correct me if I am wrong, but a teacher at an international school is an actual teacher, teaching foreign students the same curriculum they would be learning in their home country.

    [–] How I make $1500 US a month and live in Asia DidAnyoneReadThis 7 points ago in digitalnomad

    Comfortable is too subjective.

    I say 2k and some people balk at that price. Some say 1k and others balk at that being too low.

    I would aim to earn 2-3k+ a month so you can both earn, save, splurge a bit, and travel elsewhere.

    [–] Here's a Stat: Derek Ryan is 10th League-Wide in Face-off Win Percentage DidAnyoneReadThis 6 points ago in CalgaryFlames

    What is his FO style? Does he win them clean to the D, or does he muck it up with the other C for a winger to come in and win it?

    [–] Udemy certificate listed on resume/LinkedIn DidAnyoneReadThis 2 points ago in resumes

    What field or industry are you in?

    Sometimes coursework is good, especially for entry level positions. Other times it can hurt you though as it can make you appear more entry level than what you are.

    Sometimes it is better to learn something new from doing it in a job than it is through a course. Showcase the results, not that you learned a new skill

    [–] Teen Crypto Billionaire explains "What is Kelsey Coin" DidAnyoneReadThis 2 points ago in leanfire

    He claims that Kelsey Coin is the only currency in the world.

    He is wrong.