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Readers Respond

Crafty bean scene

Can't wait to try the coffee/beer fusion. And I like what Philip had to say about the social impact of coffee and the importance of the human element. By Ted on 2014 07 04

Drama works at the office

I think salary secrecy is an attempt to avoid some of the drama in the work place as opposed to keeping anybody down on the pay scale. In many businesses, its very seldom that any two people do the exact same job or have the exact same responsibilities. And face it, everyone does not perform at the same level. There are numerous sources for employees to find out what kind of pay ranges there are in the market place. They have the option of negotiating a better wage or leaving for greener pastures. If the compensation is acceptable to the employee for the job performed, what difference does it make what someone else in the company is paid? By John Gimple on 2014 07 02

Drama works at the office

As a small business owner myself, I understand the importance of leading a drama-free workplace but rather than "dissing" a former employee for revealing her compensation to co-workers, why not embrace the opportunity to have a frank discussion with remaining employees? It seems like a great opportunity to open a discussion about developing skills, increasing productivity, and giving clients/customers more value. By Casey on 2014 07 02

Drama works at the office

Salary secrecy is what holds many women and minorities at low pay levels compared with their peers. Some states are passing laws making it illegAl to require employees to maintain their salaries as confidential. Yes, there are reasons why some people are paid more than others and if you can't justify them, do the right thing for the other employees and give them a raise! By Cindy Wolf on 2014 07 02

Drama works at the office

"Gal"? "Girl"? You're a woman, don't be "that woman." I see your points, but they are negated by your condescending terminology. By Nora on 2014 07 02

Are you a go-getter or master procrastinator?

Liz- Even though I moved away from Denver in January I still enjoy reading your posts here. Thanks especially for this one, it is both timely & relevant for me. By Michael E. Schmidlen on 2014 07 02

Crafty bean scene

Coors, weed and now coffee! No wonder folks in Colorado are so happy. By Minerva on 2014 07 02

Crafty bean scene

Best coffee lately: City Bakery Cafe, 7th and Lincoln, ask for Chris. By Terri Maize on 2014 07 01

Crafty bean scene

I'm so glad to see that Colorado (or maybe just Denver) is getting into the coffee business like they are the craft food business. I had a friend from Germany touring Denver last week and I was able to take her out for "espresso" at two different unique and good venues. Hopefully with enough locals we can push back against the dreaded Starbucks. By Buzz Buzz on 2014 07 01

How to make the impossible possible

Thanks, Liz! Sorry to give you a bad flashback. I hear your new boss is totally rocks and is filled with positivity! By TC North on 2014 06 30
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