Staff Quotes

Quotes tagged as "staff" (showing 1-15 of 15)
أنيس منصور
“هناك أشياء كثيرة أهم من الفلوس ولكن يجب أن تكون لدينا الفلوس أولا لنحصل على هذه الأشياء”
أنيس منصور, قالوا

“She is a figure of legend and fairy tale, one to be taken seriously, or she might knock you off your feet with a quick whirl of the staff she carries everywhere.”
Claire Wong, The Runaway

“Never love anybody who treats you like you're normal...they're just the psychiatric hospital staff”
Josh Stern, And That's Why I'm Single: What Good Is Having A Lucky Horseshoe Up Your Butt When The Horse Is Still Attached?

Miya Yamanouchi
“A good manager instills staff with self-confidence, teaches them to believe in themselves and helps them to realise their brilliance. Do not ever treat your staff with disrespect. It is competent until proven incompetent; not incompetent til proven competent.”
Miya Yamanouchi, Embrace Your Sexual Self: A Practical Guide for Women

Alan G. Robinson
“After years of operating in a top-down manner that emphasizes control and conformance, organizations are rife with obstacles to bottom-up ideas that front-line staff are forced to overcome.”
Alan G. Robinson, The Idea-Driven Organization: Unlocking the Power in Bottom-Up Ideas

Steven Magee
“The USA utility power generation industry subcontracts out their dangerous jobs so that the bad statisitics will not be associated with them. Smart people avoid working for the subcontractors. I have worked directly for a number of subcontractors and overseen subcontractors and their staff were clearly sick, showing behavioral problems and overworked. In some cases they were blatantly breaking OSHA laws. OSHA covers it all up! Unfortunately, the problems can be traced back to OSHA and their wilful lack of enforcement of the law.”
Steven Magee

“GOD PUNISHES NOT FOR WORLD TO LAUGH,
I AM NOT A EMOTIONLESS PAPER OF GRAPH,
EVEN I AM NOT THE WORLD'S STAFF,
DON'T ANGRY THINKING ME A CALF.”
merlin8thomas

Steven Magee
“This fits in with what I saw in staff in astronomical facilities and was reporting to the management team: 10-14% Oxygen: Emotional upset, abnormal fatigue, disturbed respiration.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Industrial liquid gas containers were left open and venting gas into the indoor environment in high altitude astronomy. On reflection, I realized that I routinely observed mental and physical effects that match those of a low oxygen environment in staff that I supervised.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“When I worked in high altitude astronomy, the worst sickness that I experienced was not at the 13,796 feet very high altitude summit of Mauna Kea Observatory (MKO) in Hawaii, it was at Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO) in Arizona at the much lower altitude of 6,875 feet. Due to my very high altitude experiences, I knew that this strange sickness was not primarily caused by altitude sickness and was most likely Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). After reporting various behavioral problems in all of the staff to the management team, my contract was not renewed, I was unable to legally protect the health and safety of the workers that I was responsible for, troubleshooting of this environmental problem stopped and I left in a sickened state for my next position before I could find the root cause.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Astronomy staff that routinely discharged industrial gas into the indoor environment at high altitudes did not wear oxygen deficiency monitors or protective breathing respirators.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“I was recently inside a hospital that had gone wireless and it was a forest of microwave antennas! It is sad that the medical profession is in the process of becoming expert on microwave radiation sickness due to willfully inducing it into their own staff!”
Steven Magee

“I don’t understand why Universities only offer undergraduate classes during the day when their professional staff should be smart enough to know that a large percentage of their students are non-traditional.”
Heather Chapple, Write like no one is reading

Steven Magee
“Sleep disorders are a known occupational hazard to astronomers and their support staff.”
Steven Magee