Embassy Suites Atlanta-Kennesaw Town Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... just having fun. And I felt that I clicked with them right away! I have said this all day today, and I will say it again: I have found my work soul mates at BCD!
Our presentation to the stakeholders ended up being fun and interactive as well. We had a table filled with all these celebrities but by that point, they had made us feel so comfortable, that we were just excited to share our adventures with them.
After lunch, I ...
... to the room that I couldn't help but be intrigued by everything he said. He explained us the concept of “Confident-self” that every employee should be ready, willing and able to deliver confidently. This model supports each individual’s talent and motivations. Christian also showed us how important it is to manage and measure HR activities to understand things like how much turnover we have and why, how many people work virtually and the ...
Wednesday 23rd March 1983 – the world became a better place. Upon waking up 32 years later I had about as much control over my body as I did as I took my first breath. Legs, come in legs. Legs are you there? over. Arms, come in arms, arms are you there? Over. After the snooze button took a beating, only second to my quads, my brain finally mustered up enough courage to tell my body to move; ...
... campaign, he was wounded and relieved by the then-obscure General Robert E. Lee. Later, Johnston led the Army of Tennessee against Union General William T. Sherman during the Atlanta Campaign of 1864, but was dismissed after falling back through most of north Georgia. His command was later reinstated, and Johnston fought for the next several months before surrendering his army ...