By Darcy Chavez, Communications — This week in West Jordan, Utah, 21-year old McKenna Newell was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 3 years of probation after she was caught on camera abusing twin babies. Newell was hired to nanny for a private family through the website Care.com. After interviewing for ...
August 8, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Marketing – There are many rules and regulations for being an elite athlete in college, and the NCAA doesn’t take these rules lightly. Recently, an investigation opened regarding Texas Tech basketball and what the future holds for them in the NCAA. The investigation has questioned coaches and ...
August 1, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications – Forbes recently found that employees are having difficulty being honest with their managers about projects and feedback — and the possible source of this dishonesty is surprising. Research has found that employees have difficulty expressing honest feedback and reactions to the workplace if a manager has ...
July 28, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications — In an interesting follow up from a previous blog regarding civic dishonesty, a real-life example of civic dishonesty has been reported. Earlier last month a lost wallet was given to several employees at a Dunkin’ Donuts shop to be returned to its owner. When the wallet ...
July 22, 2019WebKeeper
By Russ Warner, Marketing — You may have seen the recent Vanity Fair video showing Natalia Dyer and Charlie Heaton of Stranger Things participating in a polygraph examination. With the spotlight on Stranger Things, it seemed like good fun. Watch on YouTube. One of the questions asked by Natalia was whether ...
July 14, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Marketing – We expect healthcare workers to be honest people with high integrity. But a recent news story reported a 53-year-old woman, who worked for a Maryland home healthcare company, had falsified her work hours. She recently pled guilty to a federal charge of health care fraud ...
July 10, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — We’ve all heard it before. You can catch a liar by watching where their eyes go. The rumor is that if someone glances up and to the left it means they are telling the truth. Glance to the upper right? We’ve got a liar on our ...
June 28, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — Unfortunately, mass shootings are a common theme in 2019. It seems a shooting takes place every month or so, and the topic is loaded and up for debate among politicians and civilians alike. Politics aside, I think everyone can agree that we do not want mass ...
June 17, 2019WebKeeper
By Ashley Mazerolle, Marketing — We are taught from a young age that lying is bad. But a new study from Chicago Booth found lying to be an asset in certain job positions. What kind of jobs? Selling jobs. The research says you’re more likely to have success with a lying ...
June 12, 2019WebKeeper
By Ashley Mazerolle, Marketing — In March 2019, news broke that several affluent Hollywood A-listers had paid their children’s way into prominent California universities. This is not the first time that status and wealth has been misused. After all parents will do whatever it takes to provide the best for ...
June 2, 2019WebKeeper
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