Answers to the puzzle in which Workforce members rearranged the letters in words or phrases.
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 above to arrive at the leading HR/management media organization.
Unscramble the letters above to find a part of the body.
Alls you do is:
- Unscramble the first word. The answer is "Workforce."
- Unscramble the second word. The answer is "Ear."
- 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."
Remember, all you have to do is write the correct phrase next to each word. Then, write the final answer at the bottom, using the first letters of each word.
The winner, chosen randomly among the 31 who got everything right, was Matt Chaffee of Littler Mendelson. Matt won the compact disc Songs of the Working People featuring Pete Seeger and others.This contest was void where prohibited. Workforce employees, relatives and anyone who thinks Jeopardy is easy were ineligible.Workforce was not liable if you or anyone in your organization was injuried while trying to get your entry in on time.
A N N S B I T E R
Last name of 1954 British sports legend who later worked as a neurologist. (Roger Bannister, the first four-minute miler)
A B Y E
Employees working on this Bay help people find Pez, posters and puppets.(EBay)
S L O P E L N W
In 1998, union members encouraged each other to vote in this Workforce.com feature.(News Poll)
O K W A R T
These kind of musical men "come from a land down under." Who Can it Be Now?(At Work. Men At Work sang "Down Under" and "Who Can it Be Now?")
F L N
Employees of this popular American sports organization went on a bitter strike in 1987.(NFL)
D O V E
This musical group of former Kent State University art students was "Working in a Coal Mine" in 1981.(DEVO)
R A C E T I M R Y M J
U.S. president who worked as nuclear physicist and as a senior naval lieutenant in the '40s; in 1953 he became a farmer and ran a Georgia seed and fertilizer business (first and last name).(Jimmy Carter)
A N I C E
First electronic digital computer, introduced in 1946.(Eniac--this stumped a few folk)
R A N A G E
Worked as a radio broadcaster; actor; union leader (last name) (Reagan).
A R A T S T U R N E
Workplace that comes from the French word meaning to "restore oneself."(Restaurant)
T OY H U
The Associated Press refers to people 13 through 17 as this.(Youth)
E A R S S
They've been honored for excellence in HR.(Sears)
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 company that's well-known in the workforce management world.Ben and Jerry's