Making Peace, Restoring Trust in the Court System
Retailers Quiz Shoppers to Zero-in on Their Preferences
Knowing customers and identifying preferences can eliminate guess-work when creating custom products and improving retail experiences.
Flexible Schedules for Workers Who Worship
Employers and manager successes and struggles to allow custom work schedules for employees with religious needs.
Step Right Up and Choose A Performance Reward
Corporate human resources and sales departments consider a range of expanding possibilities for recognizing employee performance and goals.
Employee incentives that fit individual tastes and motivations.
Shipping and Traveling with Jewelry
Considerations jewelers and manufacturers make when delivering their products to customers around the world.
Something to consider when traveling with your favorite rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets, too!
Plaintiffs Must Have Injuries of Same Type and Extent
Federal courts prohibit class action lawsuits except where evidence demonstrates that all involved are suffering similarly. Outlined in The Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act of 2015.
When Wardrobe Choices are Dictated by the Boss - Female Lawyers Advised on Courtroom Attire
Hard to believe, but women litigating cases are being guided by law firms to wear suits and leave the skirts at home.
Professional dress code for litigators in the workplace.
Courtroom Behavior Illustration
When jury members have questions, the hands go up.
Guitar Tuner Helps Jewelers Cut It
This fun tip was illustrated for a Jewelry design industry magazine.
The article is about jewelry designers finding the perfect tension for setting their saw blade -- too tight and the blade snaps, too loose and it doesn't cut right.
One jeweler used a guitar tuner and plucks the blade. When it matches an A or an A#, it's ready!
Thanks to my client, MJSA.