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Issue 47 - 03 | The Career Employee Bill of Rights

By Milo Sindell and Thuy Sindell, Ph.D.
Published June 4, 2008 8:37 p.m.
In the past, an employee’s relationship with their job was about work life boundaries. Today and in the future, work is and will be an integral expression of who you are. More than ever before, people need resources that will give them a framework to organize their ideas, sources of motivation, skills, and tools and sources of motivation to take control of their job and discover what’s in it for them.

Enter the Career Employee Bill of Rights. These are not the rights afforded to you by the law. These are your eight inalienable rights, and unfortunately, no one has made it clear that you have these rights. Now it’s your time and turn to discover what each of these mean to you and take action to make these rights yours. Then, live them every day of your working life and professional career.

About Milo Sindell and Thuy Sindell, Ph.D. | Milo Sindell and Thuy H. Sindell, Ph.D. are founders of Hit The Ground Running, an employee performance software company. They are also the authors of Sink or Swim: New Job. New Boss. 12 Weeks to Get it Right (Adams Media, May 2006) and Job Spa :12 Weeks to Refresh, Refocus, and Recommit to Your Career (Adams Media, April 2008). Milo has worked for Intel and Sun Microsystems providing expertise in change management, knowledge management, and employee engagement. Thuy has provided leadership consulting and coaching to Fortune 500s. They have been featured in BusinessWeek, CNN Money, Fortune, Forbes, The Washington Post, and on NBC. Visit www.HitTheGroundRunning.com for more information.

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