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His parents hv implanted this idea in him dat reading varied books fanatically will give him status(regardless of his actual hardware).he Is not following any organic passion.
This kind of trend can change men back to monkeys
I'm a bookworm too, and my mom is the one that mostly gets mad at me, because even if I'm in a party I would still read and even when I'm eating, as for my dad, he supports me, and even buys books with me
I parents would be so happy if I was like this lmfao
"Yeeeaaahh read more! More!!! More!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
But no I'm not like that, more like..
"Cmon read! Treat the book as if you were playing videogames 24/7"
2016 Workforce 100: Ranking the World’s Top Companies for HR.
American Express, which has made the list all three years, takes the top spot in this year’s list of top companies for HR.
To excel at everything from talent management to recruiting to benefits to diversity is not an easy task. To shine in those areas year after year is exemplary. Now in its third year, the Workforce 100 recognizes companies that excel in various areas of human resources during the course of the previous year. To determine which companies make the list, Workforce editors work with researchers from the Human Capital Media Advisory Group, the magazine’s research arm.
To find out which companies are the best for HR management, the research team created a statistical formula to shift through publicly available data on HR performance to separate the best from the rest. This year, to give employees more of a “say,” we’ve asked recruiting and job review website Glassdoor Inc. to provide data on what workers are saying about the companies that made our short list. From there, we combined that information with the public data available to create our 2016 Workforce 100 list.
American Express Inc. was the top company on this year’s list, and it has made the list all three years. Thirty-three other companies have also made all of the lists.