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(Relaxnews) - In yet another development in the hotel industry that could threaten to render front desks obsolete, Marriott
Royal Tsang was working at a bank in Canada when he was offered an opportunity to move to Hong Kong. The 29-year-old Vancouver
2012-11-19-slavkoaskingybanner.jpg I've been watching the discussion of millennial citizenship on the HuffPost. It's a spirited exchange. Perhaps it's worth taking a step back and re-examining what we mean when we talk about political engagement; at the core, I'd submit, are principles that apply regardless of age or demographic. It's the ability to engage in critical thought that makes us "citizens," rather than mere "consumers" or "taxpayers." It's the ability to follow a line of reasoning, to view an argument analytically, to evaluate the evidence on which it's based and determine whether it makes sense.
Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, we have some advice for you: watch your back. We don't mean that in a malicious way, of course
2012-11-19-slavkoaskingybanner.jpg There's a lot of talk about how to engage Millenials and Gen X out there, but little is being said about how to engage an aging workforce and the Boomers. Boomers are at the stage in their career where they're starting to think about the legacy they leave behind, the challenges they overcame and the success that they built. It may not be easy, but its the right time to tap into this and use it to your company's advantage.
They're entrepreneurs, philanthropists, sports stars, role models and more. Last week, The Huffington Post Canada launched