Jason Walker

Jason Walker

8/1/2019 · 1 min read · ~10
To Psychology and 2 more
 The Most Common Reaction of an Abused Employee

The Most Common Reaction of an Abused Employee

In the spring of 2001, Neil Patterson, the CEO of a software company based out of Kanas, bombarded 400 of the company’s managers with a threatening email. Patterson threatened that if the parking lot was not at half full on Saturdays he would...

Sol Trickey

Sol Trickey

Employees will always be the best resource a company has. It is the human factor that keeps customers coming back, just like it is the human factor that keeps employees coming back.

13h ago
Erroll -EL- Warner

Erroll -EL- Warner

People leave bad bosses not jobs. Companies suffered after the departure of experience and intellectually capable employees. Micro-management is a destructive force when it comes to businesses. 

9/1/2019
Jason Walker

Jason Walker

7/11/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
To Psychology and 2 more
Long-Term Health Effects of Bullying in Men and Women

Long-Term Health Effects of Bullying in Men and Women

Bullying that we see within the walls of an office typically comes in the form of emotional attacks. Workplace bullies use emotional attacks as a way to humiliate and disarm their targets. These negative interactions that occur on a daily basis can...

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

31/5/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 2
To beBee in English and 4 more
Not-So-Random Walk Around the Topic of Randomness, with a Focus on Its Counterpart: Information

Not-So-Random Walk Around the Topic of Randomness, with a Focus on Its Counterpart: Information

Inspired by Ali Anani’s buzz “A Random Walk of Thoughts” I decided to write a few not particularly random things about randomness, since that’s something that we often include in our thinking, even without realizing it.Let’s first state...

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

I'm not particularly fond of the probabilistic view of the world either, but true randomness exists in certain analog processes, such as the radioactive decay of certain elements, or the shapes of lava lamps. The roulette wheel is not true randomness, as you very accurately observed, and I remember the case of one engineering student who had built a device to predict its outcome, given its initial conditions.

31/5/2018
Phil Friedman

Phil Friedman

To accept true randomness, one has to believe in the meaninglessness of probability. Which latter is, I think, a mistake. A roulette wheel, for example, might be thought to return "random" results, but it doesn't really... because it is subject to built'-in mechanical biases which will show up as deviations from the expected probabilities.

31/5/2018
Lyon Brave

Lyon Brave

30/3/2017 · 8 min read · ~100 · 21
To Psychology and 15 more
Gert Scholtz

Gert Scholtz

29/3/2017 · 8 min read · +600
To Writers and 15 more
The Write Stuff

The Write Stuff

BeBee has a superbly skilled and diverse group of writers, bloggers andhoney-makers. Each with a unique style, each with a unique voice. Good writing is in the eye of the beholder. With my focus less on what they write about and more on how they...

Yogesh Sukal

Yogesh Sukal

Indeed 🐝 Fatima G. Williams like a rainbow, bebee has really variety of interesting minds and thoughtful interaction over many buzzes is really sweet like honey.

15/7/2018
🐝 Fatima G. Williams

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

A buzz like that of a rainbow, where the colors will keep adding on as long as the one gives, learns, shares and receives with humbleness. The joy this post brings has the power to drown sadness.

10/7/2018
Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee

23/4/2017 · 3 min read · +100 · 9
To Psychology and 10 more
Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

15/3/2017 · 3 min read · +100
To English and 10 more
The problem with Gus

The problem with Gus

This is the story of Gus. Gus like all of us was once adependent infant. He required feeds, security and love. Unfortunately therewere times when Gus’s needs weren’t promptly met. With the dropping of hisblood sugar levels and the delay in...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

You have described my mother-in -law perfectly Ian Weinberg...I shall now playfully refer to her as 'Gus'...Our little secret;-)

6/7/2018

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