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Monthly Archives: January 2018

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TalentSumerization – The Employee Experience in Agile Enterprises

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Everything about work is changing at an accelerated pace and employees start to think about work like consumers. Unsurprisingly, “Consumerization of Human Resources (HR)” – or “TalentSumerization” – has been identified as one of the most defining and disruptive trends of the industry. Enterprises who capitalize on the Agile | HR […]

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The Skills Gap is a Myth

Author: Kathleen Cherrie — In today’s world, hiring is all about finding the perfect candidate through an algorithm from an applicant tracking system (ATS) to plug in perfectly where there is a job opening. Companies only want people who can come in, sit down, and get to work right away and produce results. And in some […]

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Are Opioids Affecting Your Employees?

Author: Dr. Bartley Bryt — Did you know that there are more accidental deaths from prescription opioids (20,101 in 2016) than from heroin overdoses (12,990 in 2016)? And that more than 80% of heroin users start out abusing prescription painkillers?   The financial ramifications are staggering as well – with absenteeism, loss of productivity, and […]

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Going Green at Home, at Work and on the Commute

Author: Charles Kim — Twenty-million people across the country gathered on the first Earth Day in 1970 to bring awareness to environmental problems around the world. It was a breakthrough moment in our cultural history and today, sustainability and green living has become a more important part of our daily lives. We recycle at home, […]

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Access for No Charge Professional Support for the Stressed Family Caregivers on Your Staff

Author: Rimas J. Jasin, MA, MPA  — Right now about one million New Yorkers are unpaid Caregivers looking after an older adult with a form of dementia. Some Caregivers are on your staff – it might even be you. Twenty years ago Bill Clinton was the first president to recognize the enormous contribution of unpaid family […]

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