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Jun 22,2007
BEND, Ore. – Michael E. Feldman, M.D. has recently joined Bend Memorial Clinic’s Nephrology Department.  Dr. Feldman comes to Bend Memorial Clinic from the United States Air Force, where he served as Chief of Nephrology and Director of Dialysis and Apheresis Services at David Grant Medical Center. While in the service, Dr. Feldman established and directed the largest dialysis practice in the United States Air Force, created and directed the first and largest Air Force ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
BEND, Ore. - In a continued effort to represent the growing and changing needs of the Central Oregon community, the board of directors for Cascade Healthcare Community (CHC) has elected a new member to help lead and shape the future of the St. Charles Medical Centers in Bend and Redmond. Internal Medicine physician, H. Derek Palmer, MD, has devoted nearly 12 years to caring for the Redmond community’s internal medicine needs. As a current member ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Without a doubt, one of the most challenging work assignments I've ever faced is giving a presentation or speech in front of a group of people. It doesn't seem to matter whether it is a group of chief executives or third-graders, my heart accelerates to the same hyper-beat and my voice cracks out of fear. In fact, I used to think there was nothing worse than giving a speech. Ask me to sacrifice a finger ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Approximately 11 million American women run their own businesses, twice the number of men. Apparently women want more freedom, control and self-fulfillment in their careers. While exploring the idea to become an entrepreneur, Victoria Colligan realized how many women had the same passion in today's market. As a co-founder of Ladies Who Launch, she wants to share women's entrepreneurial stories; one woman is featured in each weekly newsletter. "I felt compelled to share their stories ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Johnson & Johnson Promise of Nursing for Oregon Gala Raises More Than $300,000 for Nursing School Students, Faculty and Programs In an effort to help alleviate the growing nursing shortage in Oregon, The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future hosted the Promise of Nursing for Oregon gala at the Oregon Convention Center to raise funds to help ease the nursing shortage experienced throughout the state. In collaboration with the Oregon Center for Nursing and ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Jay Lee, Seasoned Hospitality Pro, Assumes Post at Central Oregon Property Sunriver Resort SUNRIVER, Ore. – Andy Anderson, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Destination Hotels & Resorts, has announced that Jay Lee was hired as director of sales and marketing for Sunriver Resort. A perennial AAA Four-Diamond property, Sunriver is located 15 miles south of Bend, Oregon. Lee, with more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, comes to Sunriver Resort ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
What company wants to deal with failure? The answer to that question is simple: only the smart companies. Yet, American business really isn't very good at accepting failure, let alone encouraging it as part of the learning experience. A new survey for the Princeton-based consulting firm BlessingWhite cq finds that only 26 percent of workers feel they are regularly free to take risks in performing their jobs. Another 33 percent say they sometimes think it's ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
One day when Lynne Hildreth, an employee with Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Fla., was in a meeting, she got a call from her daughter's day-care center telling her the 6-month-old was ill and needed to be picked up immediately. Since it would have been difficult for her to leave work right then, she decided to try backup care. Now she refers to it as a stress reliever. Moffitt's child-care benefit offers the Back-up Care ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Anne Newbury is the embodiment of the Mary Kay dream come true. Newbury drove a pink Cadillac for much of her 38 years with the company, and won numerous mink coats, exotic trips and fancy jewels as rewards for her hard work.   A POSITIVE ATTITUDE - Anne Newbury started with Mary Kay in 1969 and collected more than $11 million in commissions over the years. CNS Photo by K.C. Alfred. But her biggest reward arrived when ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
If modern life is a series of trade-offs, American workers seem to be swapping their well-being for the "busyness" of their lives. That is demonstrated in two findings from a recent survey by Yahoo! HotJobs that reports 45 percent of workers left unused vacation days on the table in 2006 and 36 percent say today they have too much work to take a vacation. Too much work to take a vacation? Something has gone terribly ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
The future appears bright for those 2007 graduates entering the working world. MRINetwork, an international recruitment organization, shows the job market for college graduates as being in the best shape it has been in since the 1990s. After hitting a low point in 2003, the job market has advanced for graduates during the last four years. The Economic Policy Institute shows that the employment rate has increased to 86 percent after dropping to 84 percent ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
Every year about this time, people look at hiring forecasts for college graduates as a measure of how well the economy is doing. This spring, the National Association of Colleges and Employers reported that the number ofcollege graduates being hired is soaring. Its most recent study claims that employers will hire 19.2 percent more college grads than last year. Things must be booming. But don't get excited just yet. There are reasons for this hiring ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
LACK OF MENTORS New staff members may have to search for a mentor themselves in order to learn more about the company or business. Fifty-eight percent of more than 1,400 chief financial officers polled in a survey by Accountemps, a staffing service, said it's unusual for new hires to be placed with mentors within their organizations. Within the accounting and finance departments of the surveyed companies, only 13 percent of the CFOs responded that mentors ... [full story]
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