Certification overload can get to be a burden
It is not good to be “certifiable,” in the traditional sense of the word. It means you’ve been deemed officially in need of treatment for a mental disorder. And these days there are enough organizations looking to certify restaurants, their buildings, their employees, the food they sell or the products they cook to drive you crazy. Some certifications are useful, important or even necessary. It’s good for employees to be HACCP certified so they understand how to avoid ...
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