Month: November 2019

The Big Picture is Key with a Long Term Plan – Adopt & Your Life Can be Happy: Lessons in Balance

11 Years ago my career and life course correct came.  It shifted almost overnight.  I needed to get back into staffing, and staffing found me.  It was a match made in heaven that has since paved the way for everything else I have done.  Along the way lessons have been learned, life has happened, change

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eLearning: The One Stop Solution To Employee Training And Development

The concept of e-learning is becoming ubiquitous, especially in the corporate sector. Smart organizations who recognize their employees as the most valuable assets invest in employee training and development. And, for it, they rely only on e-learning. The number of e-learning technologies has approximately doubled in the past five years, allowing organizations across the globe

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Tech Addictions & Ideas to Reclaim Your Life

Technology continues to advance and so does society’s love of it! It seems as though people cannot put their phones down or step away from their other screens. From computers to iPads to phones, we are all staying connected—all the time.  There is always one more email to check. One more website to visit. Or,

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Building a robust employee recognition program

Are you doing enough to recognize your employees? You may realize you’re not doing enough to show employee appreciation, or perhaps your company lacks a formal employee recognition program. Before you set out to build a robust, successful program that hopefully will inspire your employees for years to come, what do you need to keep

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Planning for 2020: Year-End Deadlines and Considerations for Employee Retirement, Health, and Welfare Plans

As the end of the year approaches, employers should be aware of important year-end deadlines and considerations related to their retirement and health and welfare plans. We have compiled a list of these deadlines, and we provide guidance on how to comply with recent plan changes. Changes to 2020 Plan Limits The IRS recently published

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