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Work For A Jerk? Working America's Bad Boss Contest Gives Workers a Place to Vent

Work For A Jerk? Working America's Bad Boss Contest Gives Workers a Place to Vent

Have a Horrible Boss? Work for a Jerk? Once again there will be a way for workers to get some reward and recognition for the times they’ve endured the relentless bully, brought in an overnight bag to burn the midnight oil or purchased their own first aid kit because the boss was too cheap to spring for one

Working America officially launches its My Bad Boss contest today, Wednesday, June 29th, though the web site has been receiving visitors for a few days. Submissions can be made through July 20th and a winner will be announced Aug. 2.

BJ's Free 60-Day Trial Membership Through July 5

Just in time for the July fourth long holiday weekend! BJ’s Wholesale Club is offering a Free 60-Day Trial Membership which can be activated until next Tuesday, July 5th.  The risk-free, trial membership includes full member benefits including savings and no surcharge. 

BJ’s Wholesale Club is the only warehouse club to accept manufacturers’ coupons from newspapers and online. In addition to accepting manufacturers’ coupons, BJ’s also issues its own coupons—a huge incentive to becoming a member.

Operation Troop Donation at Old Navy

Old Navy is honoring the men and women who serve in the military by partnering with Operation Care and Comfort to collect everyday items for troop care packages.  Operation Care and Comfort is an all volunteer organization which provides care packages to our deployed troops and supports military families.

Where the Jobs Are for June 27, 2011

Where the Jobs Are for June 27, 2011

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Ready to find a new job? Well, here's a few new openings I found today on www.worksourcefl.com

Fidelity Investments has four openings. They range from Financial Sales representative to Investment Solutions representative. All jobs pay a minimum of $12.00 an hour.

At University of Florida Healthcare there are six jobs up for grabs. One is for a Referral Coordinator and the other is for a Physician Assistant. The PA job can pay up to $84,000.

Over at ASEC, they have two positions open. Both are for P-3 Flight Instructors.

At Blue Cross Blue Shield there are four job openings listed. They pay between $60,000 and $74,000 a year.

There are a lot more jobs listed on the Worksource websit.  To find them click here. Remember to click on Employ Florida, then Find a Job.

Google Launches Tool for Online Reputation Management

Google Launches Tool for Online Reputation Management

Google has introduced a tool that helps you manage search results for your name.

The tool, "Me on the Web," is now included on the Google dashboard in between account information and analytics. It is not intended to be another privacy setting.

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June 17th is National Flip Flop Day!

June 17th is National Flip Flop Day!

Now through June 26, 2011, Tropical Smoothie Café offers customers an opportunity to purchase a great smoothie for a great cause. The national franchise company commits to donating a portion of the proceeds to their national charity partner, Camp Sunshine, from the sale of one of the top-selling smoothies, the Sunrise Sunset. With strawberries, pineapple, orange and mango blended to perfection, Tropical Smoothie Café treats its customers in every sip of the Sunrise Sunset smoothie.

Miracle Children Bring Extra Thanks to Local Publix Store

Miracle Children Bring Extra Thanks to Local Publix Store

Jennifer and Dave Edwards are proud parents of 2 healthy twin boys, Jack and Luke.  At 16 weeks into their pregnancy, doctors told the parents-to-be that one of their babies had no amniotic fluid and to prepare for the worst. At just 19 weeks, Jennifer started having contractions and was immediately admitted into the hospital.  She made it to 32 weeks and delivered the two boys at Wolfson Children’s Hospital on September 7, 2007. Jack and Luke each weighed a little over 2 lbs. and were able to go home after 8 weeks in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).The boys were transported and treated with equipment that was purchased by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, with funds raised by their corporate sponsors such as Publix.