24 Nov 2014

The Panel with Matt Nippert and Scott Yorke (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:34 pm on 24 November 2014

Topics - research out of Michigan State University sugests that rather than being silent and smouldering, or pretending you get on with the boss, you should have it out with them, whatever "it" is, and air your grievances. This advice is in the Academy of Management Journal. There have been calls for teachers to be checked for criminal convictions after revelations a Wellington art school boss didn't know one of his tutors is a mass killer. Stephen Anderson was found not guilty by reason of insanity of killing six people in Raurimu in 1997. He was released in 2009, recalled from freedom in 2011 to the consternation of relatives of those killed, because he was thought to have been taking synthetic cannabinoids. At the time the son of one of the deceased said "We don't know when he goes in, we don't know when he comes out." Toy World has withdrawn adult party accessory play bunny costume kits from its shelves after a complaint from a parent.

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