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OF THE WEEK
On the first day of college, the Dean addressed the students, pointing out some of the rules:
"The female dormitory will be out-of-bounds for all male students, and the male dormitory to the female students. Anybody caught breaking this rule will be fined $20 the first time." He continued, "Anybody caught breaking this rule the second time will be fined $60. Being caught a third time will cost you a fine of $180. Are there any questions?"
At this point, a male student in the crowd inquired:
"How much for a season pass?"
1:Research what the market rate is for your position. Then you will know how much you should expect to negotiate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics website is a good place to start; it has wage information for most jobs.
Look over your job description. Whether you are a new employee or a current one, it is important to consider whatís expected of you and whether the salary your company is offering adequately covers those expectations.
Round up your accomplishments. How much money have you saved the company or past companies? How much money have you made for them? Your hiring manager, recruiter or boss may ask you these questions when salary negotiations commence. Have the answers.
Plan what you want to say before you meet with human resources or the boss. Do not try to negotiate a higher salary over email or telephone; salary negotiations should take place in a scheduled meeting.
Start with less urgent requests such as more vacation time or flextime before moving onto bigger items on your agenda such as tuition reimbursement or an "across-the-board" salary increase. This way you can gauge how the conversation is progressing before asking for what you really want--a higher salary.
Listen carefully to the counteroffer. Carefully consider the comments or feedback he or she is providing. Ask questions if you need clarification or elaboration.
Get the final offer in writing after salary negotiations end. If the company doesnít record the terms of your agreement, it is almost certainly subject to change.Feel free to send contributions or suggestions to email@example.com
When David Carradine died a couple months ago, auto-asphyxiation was all over the news. Iím interested in this, but how dangerous is it?
Erotic asphyxiation, or erotic breath play, is an extreme practice of controlling oxygen, breath, or blood flow for sexual purposes. Those that enjoy these activities say the physical sensations and psychological arousal make it pleasurable. Itís very dangerous and should only be practiced by those who are knowledgeable and experienced with breath play. The FBI estimates there are between 500-1,000 deaths per year related to this. Some people practice lighter forms of asphyxiation, including holding their breath, light choking and using pillows to restrict airflow. Two safer forms you can try during orgasm are holding your breath or having your partner kiss and suck the air out of you. If you choose to pursue this, please use caution, become educated and find an experienced mentor to guide you to reduce the potential for harm.
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DOVER, Kan. ó Authorities say the man who held a couple hostage in their Kansas home fell asleep and they escaped unharmed.
Topeka Police Capt. Jerry Stanley said Saturday that authorities then stormed the house, where they confronted the man.
The suspect was shot, but his injuries were not life-threatening.
Authorities say Jesse Dennis Dimmick led them on a car chase Saturday morning that ended in Dover where he fled from his car, went into the couple's home and held them captive for hours.
Authorities have been looking for Dimmick because he's wanted in connection with a homicide in Aurora, Colo.
On Friday, Geary County deputies chased Dimmick in another stolen vehicle. During that pursuit, Dimmick wrecked the vehicle and fled.
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