Answers to The Second WorkScramble of the Year
1) Rearrange the letters in the phrases you will see.
2) Then, using the FIRST LETTERS of each phrase, create one final phrase.
Here's an example.
Unscramble the letters of the word above to arrive at the leading HR media organization.
Unscramble the letters of the word above to find a part of the body.
Alls you do is:
- Unscramble the first word. The answer is "Workforce."
- Take the first letter of the first word ("W") and the first letter of the second word ("E") and put them together to get the word "WE."
Unscramble the second word. The answer is "Ear."
This contest is void where prohibited. Workforce employees, relatives, and the winner of the last WorkScramble are ineligible. Unfortunately, Workforce isn't responsible if something should go wrong and an e-mail does not go through. It happens, even here in hi-tech southern California.
N O N A C N
Last name of person who has made several appearances on the work/life TV show "Ally McBeal" and who was married to Cary Grant. answer: cannon
T L I N E
Company that was one of the 1995 winners of the Workforce Optimas Award for excellence in Human Resources. answer: Intel
E A R S W Y
Last name of person who worked for Richard Nixon when he was president and after he resigned. First female correspondent for 60 Minutes.answer: Sawyer
C A T I N C I N N I
Winston Churchill called it "America's most beautiful inland city." The city's largest employer recruits chemists to help make soap, toothpaste and laundry detergent. answer: Cincinnati
D O N E N O L L
Last name of person that the June 19, 2000 People magazine called TV's hardest-working single mom. answer: O'Donnell
Z U L C H S
Last name of person who worked as an art teacher at the beginning of his career. He had a friend named Charlie Brown; candy in his house called Peppermint Patties; and right when he was about to propose to a "girl with red hair" named Donna Johnson, she bolted for another man. answer: Schulz
A H O Y O
Your employees are certainly helping this Internet business--they spend more time posting messages about stocks there than anywhere else on the 'Net. answer: Yahoo
I S N G S
This song, part of it mocking dress codes, was popularized in 1991 by the rock group Tesla, and includes the following lyrics:
And the sign says 'Long-haired freaky people need not apply'
So I put my hair up under my hat and I went in to ask him why
He said you look like a fine, outstanding young man, I think you'll do
So I took off my hat, I said 'Imagine that, me working for you.' answer: Signs
W A I N T
Last name who was ahead of his time in predicting the 24-hour workplace, saying:
"In America, we hurry--which is well; but when the day's work is done, we go on thinking of losses and gains, we plan for the morrow, we even carry our business cares to bed with us...we burn up our energies with these excitements, and either die early or drop into a lean and mean old age at a time of life which they call a man's prime in Europe." answer: Twain
N I T E N I S E
Last name of person who said all of the following:
"If A equals success, then the formula is: A=X+Y+Z. X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut."
"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."
"If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?"
"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer." answer: Einstein
L I E M A R C H D O J A N
The importance of workforce management was illuminated when this person, the most famous person in the world, took a job as a company president/human resources/management exec in Washington, D.C. answer: Michael Jordan
E A T S R O U T S H I N E S L I W
The two companies that Workforce members would most like to work for include The Walt Disney Company as well as the company above. answer: Southwest Airlines
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Now that you've written the correct answer next to each word, take the first letter of each word and in this space write the phrase you come up with. It's a workaholic company with a highly successful recruiting history. answer: Cisco Systems