The third installment on why the status quo will not work anymore and how it is killing creativity, imagination, self-pride and ingenuity – all the qualities needed to build the nation.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
The “Say & Win” Crew Incentive Competition, an in-house challenge for Domino’s employees designed to enhance customer service and encourage cross selling of branded Coca-Cola products, provided an opportunity for staff to shine.
Bad management, crooked employees and terrible marketing has caused the death of what was once a fine company.
P&M Travel Group Ltd. announced today that effective November 1, 2010, the company will be changing the name of its Destinations offices throughout The Bahamas to their global brand Going Places Travel.
Residents of Pinder’s Point are considering a class action law suit concerning illnesses they claim they contracted because of their proximity to the industrial park in that area.
Several pastors have expressed outraged after the robbery of Bishop Elkin Symonette and his wife Irene on Monday.
Rumours being spread by the Bahamas “legal mafia” that the Director of Public Prosecutions, Vinette Graham-Allen, has not resubmitted her application to the Bahamas Bar are “deliberate lies.”
Disgraced ambulance driver Marcus Garvey, who was terminated after he allegedly tried to exploit the death of John Travolta’s son, wants his job back. Good luck with that pal.
Convicted criminal Stephen ‘Die” Stubbs has enough Bahamian cops, court employees and politicians in his pocket that he gets to do anything he wants, anytime he wants to.