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Seths Blog: The cost of neutral

January 12, 2013

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Every employee knows when they are “engaged” in their work and workplace. Every manager and HR leader knows when the employees in their department or their company is engaged. They even know when the actively disengaged employee is voicing their “disengagement”. In this post from Seth Godin, he makes that point about the cost of […]

Switching Careers at Midlife to Make a Difference

January 4, 2013

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  No question I CAN relate to the first line of this article… I CAN pinpoint the time in my career when I started to question what I was doing with my life. There are 5 generations in the workforce and the one thing that all can agree when they really think about it is…all […]

Check out Workers Count

December 6, 2012

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This is a very unique and interesting site — regular questions (sometimes daily) that take the polls of workers, employees, associated — about lots of things — especially about the workplace and their attitude and feelings about work. As an employee — it is good to have a voice and see how you feel compared […]

Extreme “Death” Benefits

November 2, 2012

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More interesting retention programs are being created and uncovered every day — why?  The war for talent is alive and well and culture is a competitive advantage. This Inc article covers benefit available if a Google employee dies during their employment at Google. Extreme Benefits: Google Edition | Inc.com. So Inc asks — What do […]

Ahhh…validation!

October 13, 2012

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Just wanted to share — The Good Jobs – the company that I have been working on for about a year with my partner Betsy Rowbottom will be launching soon. Nice to know that a third-party — who specializes in evaluating HR service and technology companies has endorsed it as on of the Top Companies […]