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3 Ways to Attract Top Talent in This Competitive Market

Harvey Hudes, Founder & CEO, Caliber Corporate Advisers People are your company’s most valuable asset. It’s no secret that employees and the quality of the work they produce directly influence a business’s reputation and its growth potential. But are today’s recruiting practices helping companies attract and retain the right talent to meet their evolving needs?…

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Your Boss: 10 Ways To Improve Your Relationship

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub While most employees would say they have a good relationship with their boss, there is always room for improvement.  You don’t have to love your boss but you must have an open line of communication and mutual respect. You, the employee, should start the process for improvement.  Here’s how:  Wear…

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2018 Election: Employees Request Time Off to Vote

David Weisenfeld, JD, Legal Editor, XpertHR Election Day is  upon us, and the one certainty is that interest in the outcome is at an all-time high. An NPR story predicts that voter turnout could hit a 50-year record for a midterm election with few people, regardless of their political persuasion, neutral about President Trump. The recent…

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Eat! 4 Reasons To Promote Productivity

Eat and be more productive at work. According to a study by TORK, skipping lunch or working at your desk may seem productive at the time but it could be affecting your work and it’s up the employers/managers to help you break this habit.

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Ronn Torossian On Building Trust in the Workplace

How many workers truly trust the people they work for? Studies suggest that one in three employees don’t feel comfortable trusting their manager, which can lead to problems with productivity in the workplace. If a staff member can’t trust the person that’s leading them, then they’ll always be questioning the instructions they give.  On the other…

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Not Fake News: FINRA 2018 Priorities

Elin Cherry, CEO, Elinphant Adaptions and “CliffsNotes” version of FINRA 2018 Priorities. All opinions are my views and do not necessarily reflect FINRA guidance. My recommendations offer proactive advice to address FINRA priorities in anticipation of a FINRA examination, sweep letter or inquiry. I adjusted the topic structure to emphasize the priorities that I believe…

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Why Diversity Matters: H&M’s Hoodie Crisis and Other Unfortunate Missteps

Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications H&M’s hoodie “mistake” is extremely disappointing, primarily because it’s 2018 and we really thought we had gone beyond “oversights” like this.  The company has apologized, issuing a statement and removing the image. The model’s mother seems to feel that the controversy is much ado about nothing. She’s encouraging people to get over…

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These 7 Tech Trends are the Future of Doing Business

Vigilance Chari, Writer, LaptopNinja In just a few years, technology has become what we live and breathe. Today, cars listen, TV screens bend and phones talk back with no one on the line. Thanks to modern networks and sophisticated devices, we can now exchange information and ideas in real-time across continents and oceans. As early…

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Before You Hire, Inquire

By Filomena Fanelli, CEO/Founder, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd.  Most business executives and managers make hiring decisions to address needs in their personal lives, whether it’s a contractor to renovate a bathroom, a mechanic to fix their vehicle or a CPA to advise them during tax season. However, when it’s time to pull in a PR…

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Make Culture the Cornerstone of Your Business

By John T. Hewitt, Founder & CEO, Liberty Tax Service Culture is defined by Webster’s as “a way of thinking, behaving, or working that exists in a place or organization.” When you think of company culture, the Silicon Valley ‘rock star’ culture might come to mind; however, there’s more than one way to have an effective company culture.…

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Re-imagine the Way Employees Work and Hire Differently

By Wendy Glavin, Marketing and Communications Strategist/Branding+Social Media  With the digital revolution reshaping how we work and live our lives, businesses need to redesign their hiring strategies to keep-up with globalization, foreign competition, new technologies and development. We are headed towards five different generations of employees working together by 2020. Instead of narrowing the talent pool by focusing…

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