Sonya Haberdacker

Senior Planner

2 years ago
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
The suggestion box only gets us so far. We should have a mechanism in place for employees to give face-to-face feedback to their managers. See more
4 years ago
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
No doubt, lots of chocolate. It's also a rich source of flavanol antioxidants and caffeine. Physiologically, chocolate is linked to increased serotonin levels in the brain. How can you hate someone who's just given you M&Ms or Hershey Kisses? See more
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
How about a higher carbon tax in states where pollution-related health problems and obesity levels are higher like Arkansas or Mississippi? I think that people will be more likely to walk or ride bicycles to avoid paying high gas prices.
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4 years ago
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
No doubt, lots of chocolate. It's also a rich source of flavanol antioxidants and caffeine. Physiologically, chocolate is linked to increased serotonin levels in the brain. How can you hate someone who's just given you M&Ms or Hershey Kisses? See more

Sonya hasn't commented yet.

2 years ago
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
The suggestion box only gets us so far. We should have a mechanism in place for employees to give face-to-face feedback to their managers. See more
4 years ago
Sonya Haberdacker
Senior Planner
How about a higher carbon tax in states where pollution-related health problems and obesity levels are higher like Arkansas or Mississippi? I think that people will be more likely to walk or ride bicycles to avoid paying high gas prices.
See more

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