Theodore Roosevelt was president during the Progressive Era, a time of great enthusiasm for reform in government, the economy, and society. Theodore Roosevelt faced isolated instances of negativity from journalists and activists of the day who were intent on exposing the shady business practices of his administration. President Roosevelt dubbed them as “muckrakers.”
In his speech to mitigate any following scoffers, he gave what is widely know as one of the greatest and simple speeches ever on April 14th, 1906. "To assail the great and admitted evils of our political and industrial life with such crude and sweeping generalizations as to include decent men in the general condemnation means the searing of the public conscience. There results a general attitude either of cynical belief in and indifference to public corruption or else of a distrustful inability to discriminate between the good and the bad. Either attitude is fraught with untold damage to the country as a whole. The fool who has not sense to discriminate between what is good and what is bad is well-nigh as dangerous as the man who does discriminate and yet chooses the bad. There is nothing more distressing to every good patriot, to every good American, than the hard, scoffing spirit which treats the allegation of dishonesty in a public man as a cause for laughter."
RevLocal has continued to evolve and mature from the start-up environment this previous employee worked for many years ago. It is in our best interest to invest in employees who have a positive outlook on the opportunities we provide. For every 10 employees you hire, there will always be 1 that is looking for the things that aren't fair and evade any accountability to performance objectives for the actual position. In the years since this employees short term employment RevLocal has:
1. Been ranked as one of the top 50 places to work by Inc Magazine.
2. One of the highest employee retention rates in our industry.
3. An award-winning culture.
4. Continued to grow at a rapid pace.
5. Maintained a culture of accountability.
Answered by RevLocal
I love telling them! I have never been part of a culture like this (and this is not my first job) and they have a true mission to help business owners. I am proud to work here and be associated with a company committed to doing what's right...all the time.
Embarrassed. I did not want people to know I worked here for any period of time.
20 hrs of unusable sick pay because you get fired for excessive absences.
Answered - Internet marketing agent (Former Employee) - Granville, OH