Thursday, April 29, 2010
Parents, teachers, counselors (grades 6-12), and community leaders are invited to attend this free forum.
For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
Do you recognize any of the top six most annoying coworker types?
The Psst-er: Gossipers were the number one pet peeve in the survey. While some people like to hear juicy tidbits about the boss or their colleagues, too much gossip can undermine the spirit of the workplace. Plus you're always wondering when the Psst-er will make you the topic du jour.
The Broken Clock: These coworkers stink at time management. They're routinely late for everything, including work. They tend to spend too much time on emails, take long lunches, and then scramble to get others to help them meet their deadlines, which, for some reason, they keep missing.
Mold Guy: Coworkers who mess up communal spaces were third on the list of workplace pet peeves. Their month-old leftovers sport a thick layer of fur in the company fridge. Every office seems to have at least one who stinks up shared spaces.
The Whiffy Wonder: You can smell these coworkers wafting about from the other end of the office. They just wear too much perfume or cologne. Some have an obsession with Obsession. Others feel the need to douse themselves with Old Spice. And hiding in your cubicle won't make the overpowering smell go away.
The Cracker: Crackers are loud. They crack loud jokes, they crack their knuckles, they crackle their chewing gum, they clank spoons in coffee cups like they're calling the cows to come in from the fields. People who work near crackers can find themselves ready to crack.
The Tapper: Tappers are generally quieter than Crackers. But that doesn't make them any less annoying when they're tap-tap-tapping on their personal communication devices during meetings. It's distracting, rude, and yes, just plain annoying!
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
North Alabama Educators Credit Union is one of the sponsors for an upcoming "Fish for a Cure" Bass Tournament to be held on May 22, 2010.
Details and an entry form are available by clicking HERE.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the credit union's primary fundraising effort, the Breast Cancer Awareness Fund. Our employees continue to develop new ideas and events to help raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Member and community support of these fundraiser events are very much appreciated! If you know an avid fisherman who enjoys these type of fishing tournaments, please let them know. They can enjoy themselves and help the community at the same time!