The Cincinnati Enquirer
Monday, June 5, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 157
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MINIMUM WAGE JOBS DRAWS FEW
It's hard to buy two large cappuccino coffees at Starbucks with the hourly minimum wage — much less make a living on $5.15 an hour. Thanks to the lowest unemployment rates in decades, fewer Tristate workers have to.

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Business Headlines for  Monday, June 05, 2000

Entertainment venues catering to companies
        They might come to throw a party or develop teamwork with spirit-building games at the go-cart track or in the bumper boat tank. A handful of local companies have booked meeting rooms at Surf Cincinnati to hear motivational speakers talk about developing initiative or to attend seminars on corporate direction.

John Eckberg column
Violence becomes job worry
        Drake Center officials never worry about filling the room when the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation schedules a seminar on violence in the workplace.

Andrea Kay column
Don't be accessory to boss's irresponsibility
        Dear Andrea: I worked for a boss who is young, single and irresponsible. I always followed orders because he was my boss but didn't always agree with what we were doing. He would order me to take the day off to play golf with him two or three days in a week.

The Success Coach
        Question: I've worked as a professional in marketing for more than 25 years and have just had the most horrible experience: I made my boss look bad in front of top management when he was new to his position.

Promotions & New on the job
        Larry Glassmannhas been appointed senior vice president and general counsel for Duramed Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Romance in workplace can entangle employers
        When two employees have a romantic relationship, business leaders must be careful it doesn't put them in legal jeopardy, according to Workplace News Source newsletter.

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