In case you were ever wondering, here's a little more about me...I was born and raised right here in southern Wisconsin - I was born in Waukesha and raised in Oconomowoc (proud graduate of OHS, class of 2003!).
I moved to Milwaukee after high school and got my first job in radio. I'm very proud to have worked at FM106.1 with Karen, Scott and Radar and Kerry Wolfe.
In 2011, I was offered a job "transfer" to be the Online Content Director for the Clear Channel radio stations in Madison. There, Mr. Mike Ferris offered me the job of host on 96.3 Star Country - and I couldn't be happier.
I'm a self-proclaimed nerd, mama's boy, homebody and all-around nice guy. Next time you're near a radio, turn it on and enjoy the music on 96.3 Star Country. I'm playing it just for you weekdays and Saturdays 10a-3p.
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Some experts said bad language plays at least a role in about four out of every 10 firings.
"Foul language is an indicator of a bigger problem, an attitude that is affecting others on the team and probably affects how successful you are in your profession," said Theresa Maher with Jobing.com.
Maher said your choice of words can definitely damage your chances of moving up at work
"It's abrasive. You come across as harder and less polished and very much offends some of your co-workers. You're basically affecting your overall brand as an employee. Things employers are looking for, such as, 'Do you set a good example? Are you appropriate in the workplace and are you motivating people?'"
Foul language on the job is costing more people a paycheck and a climb up the company ladder. Maher said getting canned might be the least of your worries if you're cussing at work.
"Depending on the words you use, this could definitely end up in a legal issue if you're reported to HR."