Should You Snitch On An Unethical Co-Worker?

- By Bossip Staff

…“Fact is, the workplace will always feature people with a lack of integrity, because there will always be people who are struggling to find their way—and that’s really what a lack of integrity is,” The Muse put it simply. The good thing is while unethical co-workers might be tricky, they are easy to spot. “They tell on themselves,” said career coach Chantay Bridges. “Conference calls, team meetings or department get-togethers, they are always the first person to throw the entire group under the bus. They will make a purpose to communicate negative issues, responding to and answering questions that were never even asked. They simply do not do their jobs!” Jennifer Hancock of Humanist Learning Systems, further explained, “If they lie about anything, they are unethical. If they steal, they are unethical. If they spread rumors about other people, they are unethical. If they bully, they are unethical. If they don’t take responsibility for their actions, they are unethical. And, in all cases, they are also unprofessional.”

Study: Maintain Weight Loss For A Year And You Can Keep It Off For The Long Term

According to a recent study put together by researchers in Denmark, if you can hold it together for at least that amount of time, it will be easier to stay at the weight you’ve worked to get to for the long term. Twenty otherwise healthy but obese individuals were monitored for two months as they went on extremely low-calorie diets. We’re talking about 800 calories a day, folks. Participants lost an average of 13 percent of their body weight. After that, they were put on a less extreme diet for 52 weeks and found that their weight remained stable. The work they did for two months didn’t go to waste. Still, it wasn’t easy. According to the research, the hormone ghrelin, which is known as the “hunger hormone,” increased by 23 percent after subjects initially lost weight, causing people’s cravings to go berserk. But during the 52 weeks of a monitored diet, ghrelin decreased to seven percent. Also, the hormones that help you feel fuller ended up increasing substantially over the 52 weeks…

Jay Z Is Bringing The Kalief Browder Story To Television

Jay Z is making his presence known on yet another platform. The budding media mogul is bringing the story of wrongly-incarcerated suicide victim Kalief Browder to SpikeTV. Deadline reports: Rapper Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and Weinstein Television are partnering with Spike TVfo r TIME: The Kalief Browder Story, a six-part docuseries set to premiere in January that will examine deep inequality in the criminal justice system through the life and tragic death of Kalief Browder. Browder’s story is one of the more tragic ones in American history. In 2010, at age 16, Browder was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack. He was jailed at Rikers Island for three years, spending two of them in solitary confinement, while awaiting a trial. While he was jailed, he attempted suicide five times. The charges against him were dropped in 2013 and he was let “free” without ever going to trial. He struggled to adjust to living on the outside and eventually succeeded in taking his own life in 2015, two years after he was released…

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