's work offers some compelling insights regarding Lew Wallace, the Battle of Shiloh, and the politics of Civil War generalship, but readers may need to study it with an especially critical eye to decide for themselves whom to believe.
Before becoming inspector general, Beemer
was a first deputy in the Office of the Attorney General, where he worked with Kane's team regarding operations in the Criminal, Civil, and Public Protection Divisions.
"The EEOC thinks that incentive or awards in the form of a penalty does not constitute a 'voluntary' program," explains Beemer
. "At what point do wellness programs cross the line in terms of coercing employees to participate and give up information that could lead an employer to learn that the employee has an Americans with Disabilities Act-covered disability?
"They want to bring in someone to help them improve in this area, since it's one of their weakest areas," Beemer
"Rising gas prices are scaring the American consumers to death because they are seeing no end in sight," Beemer
Naturally, the Beemer
's driving dynamics are second to none.
"One of our top reps tried to access the system from a home computer when it crashed," says Beemer
. "After a day of troubleshooting on a three-way conference call with Watchguard, we had to wipe the PC clean the next day just to get it restarted.
Blank and Beemer
are both former executives of Archer Daniels Midland Co., the nation's No.
Although freelance writer Beemer
provides some contextual information, he does not make any spelling corrections to the quoted material or attempt to verify or disprove the stories of survivors.
Luckily, once they've stopped laughing at the state of the Beemer
, the team admit it's not beyond saving.
"We have had a very strong relationship with the Union Pacific Railroad for almost 20 years, and look forward to capitalizing on 100-car unit train ethanol and dried distillers' grains capabilities while optimizing supply-chain efficiencies," said Mark Beemer
, president and CEO.
Industry analyst Britt Beemer
, president of America's Research Group, noted that in the past 18 years, the percentage of consumers viewing department stores as their preferred place to buy mattresses has been cut in half to 13 percent.