Tired of the guilt

In Monday's paper, we ran an interview with the authors of "How To Keep Your Job In a Tough Competitive Market: 101 Strategies You Can Use Today." The tips, from local authors Bob Calandra and Michael J. Kitson, are mostly common sense, but I have one problem with them. It's kind of the same problem I have when people blame a person whose car has been stolen for leaving the door unlocked. Listen, you have a right to have your car be where you parked it -- even if the door is open and the keys are in the ignition. Stealing is wrong and it's not the victim's fault. It's that simple

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