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I.D. Photo Badge Portraiture

I.D. Photo Badge Portraiture

| January 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever wonder what MyNameBadges would have looked like in the 1930s? We now have an idea! New York City’s Ricco Maresca Gallery presents an art collection called I.D. Photo Badge Portraiture, on view from January 24 through February 15. The collection features 250 badges from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. The badges offer a historical […]

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Magnets effect on pacemakers

Magnets effect on pacemakers

| January 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Definition A pacemaker, or pacesetter, is an artificial device for stimulating the heart muscle and regulating its contractions. Pacemakers aid people with irregular or slower than average heartbeats. Due to the materials in pacemakers, electronic and magnet objects can interrupt functionality and alter the beats-per-minute (bpm) rate preset by a physician. New pacemaker recipients gain swift awareness […]

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Nicknames in the Workplace

Nicknames in the Workplace

| January 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Nicknames in the workplace can serve multiple purposes. A nickname can reflect a relationship, a mental or physical quality, a person’s job, or office amusement. President George W. Bush was infamous for giving nicknames and also receiving them. One nickname President Bush bestowed that exemplified his close relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin was Pootie-Poot. This silly nickname was evidence of a positive relationship between the […]

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TSA agents now accepting Facebook as ID

TSA agents now accepting Facebook as ID

| January 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Things one must bring to the airport: luggage, boarding pass, mid-flight snacks, and your Facebook profile. While  of using Facebook as identification seems brand new, it has been in place for a while. The TSA still accepts government issued IDs, such as passports and driver’s licenses, but it will also use any “publicly available database” […]

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Health care professionals’ name badges benefit patients

Health care professionals’ name badges benefit patients

| January 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

When someone is hospitalized, the last thing they want to stress over is trying to identify who’s caring for them. Some states, including Texas and Pennsylvania, have already established rules requiring hospital staff to wear name badges in readily visible type. In states without these regulations, some hospitals have taken the initiative to institute such […]

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What’s in an email address?

What’s in an email address?

| December 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you regularly use an email address in the vein of cutiepie827@email.com or xboxchamp24@email.com, I implore you to continue reading. I’m about to drop a bomb: Your email address matters, especially when you’re job hunting. I can almost guarantee an email address like the ones I just mentioned will quickly get your résumé tossed into […]

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Do our names determine our destiny?

Do our names determine our destiny?

| November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

The name of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s son, the new prince of England, didn’t shock much of anyone. “George Alexander Louis” is appropriate for British royalty, and fits in with the names of his ancestors dating centuries back. The name George is widely recognized, sophisticated, and masculine. Had the royal couple named their son […]

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The TSA’s name badge controversy

The TSA’s name badge controversy

| November 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

The TSA’s name badge controversy   Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents’ name badges were meant to create order for airline passengers and give a name to the agent’s face, but knowing the name of a TSA agent may not be safest for the agent. TSA agents are responsible for securing American airports and screening all […]

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Social customer service reigns supreme

Social customer service reigns supreme

| November 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Social customer service reigns supreme Novelty, originality, demand, and quality all help businesses succeed, but businesses need customers first and foremost. Satisfied customers create loyalty, word of mouth advertising, and dependable sales. Keeping them satisfied used to be the job of dedicated customer sales representatives, but as more customers take to Twitter and Facebook to […]

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