By Marc Campos

Car On, Phone Off
& Darn Good People

By Marc Campos

“……determined that effective March 1, 2004 mobile/cellular telephones must be turned off at all times while their vehicle is in motion. This applies to all associates, at all times, when driving a company vehicle (regardless of business or pleasure) or when driving your personal vehicle on company business. Neither incoming nor outgoing calls are to be conducted by the driver while the vehicle is in motion. All mobile/cellular telephone activity, by the driver, must be made while the vehicle is stationary and safely parked out of the flow of traffic. This is a mandatory standard for all individuals.”

This is a policy adopted by Shell. No word yet on whether the policy has had a negative or positive impact on Shell's bottom line. It would be interesting to know if any other major corporations have similar policies in effect. Props to Shell.

Exceptional Folks! An amazing bunch. They work hard. They’re committed and passionate. They know what they are doing. They are some of the brightest individuals around. It is hard to imagine where we would be without them. We're talking about the employees and volunteers of Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas, Inc. They put on a great Lobby Day last week.

To all the dudes out there. We need more of you involved with Planned Parenthood.

FYI: Commentary serves on the Board of the Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas Action Fund, Inc..

March 9, 2005, 9:00AM

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