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Monday, July 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 198
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EXECUTIVES LEARN MEDITATION
Trucking executive Jack Ryan heard it all before: that meditation would relieve stress, that martial arts training might bring workplace insights, that deep breathing would encourage deep thinking. But this 73-year-old did not buy it — not totally anyhow.
Ancient techniques, contemporary stresses

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Business Headlines for  Monday, July 17, 2000

Too many meetings can curb productivity
        It took a while, but executives at SC Johnson in Racine, Wisc., finally got the message.

More time off or more money?
        If you had to choose between more money or more paid vacation time, which would you take?

Networking can make you known in a new town
        Question: My husband was recently transferred to a new town, and I want to find a job. I'm trained as a teacher, but I'd like to work in industry. I've discovered that my skills transfer nicely to employee development jobs. The problem is that I don't know where to begin. People tell me I need to network, but I find it hard to believe that in the cutthroat business world, people would help someone new like me.

Online resumes require special tweaking
        Online job recruiting has significantly changed the way resumes are prepared and presented, making the job search harder for candidates who have not changed with the times.

Promotions & new on the job
        D. Bryan Kratz has been named sales director for Lucent Technologies, responsible for operations in the Cincinnati Service Provider sales office.

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