FOMO at the Workplace

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Fear is an emotion almost everyone feels. Common phobias include fear of heights or spiders, but what about fear of missing out, otherwise known as FOMO. We all know someone who suffers from it and needs to be constantly in … Read More

“What Makes for A Competitive Employment Benefits Package?”

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Being the president and CEO of an HR consulting firm, I was recently asked some questions as to what calls for a competitive employment benefits package in this day and age. In respect to Generation Y entering the workforce, these … Read More

Unspoken Communication: Silence versus Words

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  Communication is vital for everyday interactions—words are exchanged between others and body language and hand movements are in motion. However, what if a form of communication means respecting silence? Barbara Rogoff, author of The Cultural Nature of Human Development, … Read More

Job Hopping: Written from the Perspective of a Millennia

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In the 50s to late 60s, most people never considered switching jobs—they enjoyed the stability and security of a steady income. Moving from job to job was certainly uncommon. Now, with the rise of the Millennials entering the workforce, job … Read More

Small Business Owners: Tools to Sharpen your Competitive Edge

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  We would like to welcome our first guest blog by our friends at CPA Corporation! The team at CPA Corporation provides great and insightful  tips on staying ahead of competitors. Small business owners should take note!    Today’s small … Read More

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