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org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed By Ben Philpott While our fearless host Reeve is away on special assignment in Florida following Flemish folk singers of the 60s, Ben steps in to lead Evan, Ross and special guest star Jake Silverstein (the editor of Texas Monthly) in a discussion on the next state budget, redistricting and campaign finance.
Then we move them from that job or special assignment to another special assignment that's a little bit meatier.
She will take on a special assignment, moving from desk to desk to help find the best ways to navigate the new world of integrated web-print journalism.
95 1-800-843-1724 Chan Lo is a stone carver who has a special assignment to carve a dragon from a lovely piece of green and white jade--but there may not be a dragon in the stone.
A third party, such as a direct report of the boss, may be able to serve as a mentor or be a source for special assignments that demonstrate commitment and excellence.
SA Forensic anthropologist Tempe Brennan is on a special assignment in Guatemala to assist in the identification of skeletal remains found in a well after the massacre of the village women and children by military forces in 1982.
At the request of Charles Marino, Friedrich's president, he remained with Friedrich on special assignment in the company's HVAC Division.
To address that problem, develop special assignments slightly outside or beyond an employee's current job.