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Karla L Miller
Work dramas and traumas? Come talk to Washington Post Magazine's smart-aleck down the hall.
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Corby Kummer 17h
"The median savings in a 401(k) for people 55 to 64 is $15,000." What that looks like for one 76-year-old woman who worked hard all her life but seldom in jobs that paid into Social Security--and woman are hit hardest. Powerful story by .
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Karla L Miller Feb 23
Pro tip for the marketing expert who named this SXSW panel: “So Simple Even Idiots Like Your Mom Can Use It” is generally counterproductive. PS: My mom was teaching programming when you were a zygote.
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Karla L Miller Feb 23
This took me a minute
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Washington Post Mag Feb 22
Work Advice: Angry boss wasn’t senile after all. He was writing a novel.
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Alexandra Petri Feb 22
As Per The President's Instructions, 150 Ex-Marines And A Tank Will Be Sitting In On Our AP Bio Class This Semester, Everyone Say Hi
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Karla L Miller Feb 22
2/25 column: In the “boss with suspected dementia” saga, a novel twist
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
“Careful the things you say Children will listen Careful the things you do Children will see and learn Children may not obey, but children will listen Children will look to you for which way to turn”
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
Replying to @kittenwithawhip
You do, however, deserve it.
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
Oh hey, I needed a good ugly cry
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
Attn : My hubz texted this after putting our kiddos to bed last night. I think he’s on to you.
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Karla L Miller Feb 21
Going once, going twice... (, I know you know people...) Office pranks. Ever played or been played? Are they part of your workplace culture, or strictly verboten? What's the tipping point in har-har vs. harassment? PM me, or email wpmagazine at washpost.
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Karla L Miller Feb 20
REPOSTING: Office pranks. Ever pulled one? Been targeted? Are they part of your workplace culture, or strictly verboten? What's the tipping point between har-har and harassment? PM me, or email wpmagazine at washpost w/your thoughts.
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Karla L Miller Feb 19
Office pranks. Ever pulled one? Been targeted? Are they part of your workplace culture, or strictly verboten? What's the tipping point between tee-hee and tasteless, har-har vs. harassment? PM me, or email wpmagazine at washpost w/your thoughts.
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Karla L Miller Feb 19
Another informed view: "Unfortunately, public universities are more and more operating like top-down organizations....Moreover, all public universities' book ordering policies are beholden to the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act's requirements...."
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Karla L Miller Feb 19
"...your response smacks of a managerial, business-oriented, hierarchical perspective.... Academia does not work like that! Universities have a more horizontal, collegial environment.... Professors have power; administrators must seek their input and respect their opinions."
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Karla L Miller Feb 19
Coming up: Responses from members of academia on my advice to a university instructor looking to recover from a mistake. Original column:
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Karla L Miller Feb 18
“Imagine you had to beg every business to allow you to exist.” To see why changes to the ADA are a big deal, see what living with a disability is like in the current best-case scenario.
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Sci Curious Feb 17
Other things I'd like to hear: "So, how has being white affected your success?" "So, how has being financially secure helped your success?" "So, how has being straight and cis helped your success?" "So, how do you balance being successful and fatherhood?"
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Karla L Miller Feb 17
Replying to @tspiggle
Let's see, how did put it...? “Expressing retro views about ability based on sex is hardly a rallying cry … for better working conditions.”
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