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Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Why has Traffic Congestion Dropped in Seattle?

Author: Larissa Lazaro — You would think that when a major business district like Downtown Seattle experiences an increase in jobs bringing more commuters to the city center, you would also see an increase in drive-alone traffic. Not so, according to survey results reported by Commute Seattle, a not-for-profit Transportation Management Association which, in addition to […]

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7 Mistakes That Turn Your Seminar into a Nightmare

Author: Diane DiResta — It’s showtime! The turnout is good. The topic is interesting. The dynamic seminar leader is prepared and rehearsed. So what could go wrong? How could a seminar start to unravel? It’s not enough to be a confident speaker and subject matter expert. It’s what happens behind the scenes long before the […]

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5 Benefits You Should Negotiate for Your Next Job

Author: Christina Dunn-Seru — There are hundreds (maybe thousands) of books written on negotiation. You can read them all, and when it comes time to do it, it’s still not easy. If you are moving into a new job, though, it’s the right time to summon the courage and ask for more than what’s in […]

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Why You’re Not Getting More Out of Your Employee’s Training: The 4R Model

Author: Sy Islam — In a recent piece on the SIOP website,I was asked to give some advice to frontline and mid-level managers about how to get the most of their training in 2017. Here’s a follow-up to the aforementioned piece…which has great tips about employee engagement and work teams! I had written my original response in […]

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The Secret to Controlling Health Care Costs for Employers

Author: Julie Bank — We all know that U.S. health care is broken. Prices keep rising, placing more of a burden on employers and employees. Due to increased employee participation in health care, take-home pay is actually declining. To make matters worse, while the U.S. spends 2.5x more per capita than other developed countries, we’re not […]

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