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    Management Decisions - Reasonable Behavior or Questionable Actions?
by Jim Webber and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
Jim Webber, aka Evil Skippy, returns to LJNRadio to tackle some controversial strategies some employers are using when it comes to their employees, past and present. Jim Webber, an individual with 25 years experience as an employment lawyer and human resources manager, gives Tim Muma his perspectives on some actions that could be understandable to some, but extremely questionable to others. Each situation should be looked at i...
 
    Management Decisions - Important Changes in Social Security
by Rick Martin and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
There remains concern over the state of social security and what could be left for people down the road. With that in mind, some changes are already taking effect in April of 2016 as a way to manage the program better. Rick Martin, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, joins Tim Muma to break down what is being implemented, how it could impact you, and what steps you can take to ensure you're in the best position poss...
 
    Management Decisions - The Pension Pickle and Your 401K
by Alex Menassa and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
Pensions served a valuable purpose in the past, but they rarely exist now and are handled differently by those who have one. In it's place (sort of) the 401K has carried employees' retirement funding. Alex Menassa, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, explains to Tim Muma about the "pension pickle" some find themselves in. He also goes through the potential problems and solutions for those relying on a 401K for their...
 
    Management Decisions - What Dictates and Impacts a Company's Reputation?
by Stephen Hahn-Griffiths and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
A positive reputation can take years or decades to build, but only moments to be tarnished forever. In today's connected world where information is shared globally in seconds, organizations need to be cognizant of everything impacting their reputations. Stephen Hahn-Griffiths, VP of U.S. Strategy Consulting for the Reputation Institute, breaks down the variety of factors effecting the public's perception of a company. He tells...
 
  The Top 7 Secret Confessions From The C-Suite About Talent Development
by Kathy Caprino - Jul, 2016
Talent development today is a highly complex, multi-faceted field that is changing at the speed of light, with new and emerging technology innovations and tools, research and approaches rapidly shifting how we lead, develop and measure performance of our teams and our talent. To learn more about these complexities, and what C-Suite leaders are most concerned about regarding talent development today, along with proactive sol...
 
  3 Advantages of Hiring a Bilingual Candidate
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2016
3 Advantages of Hiring a Bilingual Candidate I’m pleased to share this guest blog from Vanessa Fardi, Team Leader US/CA/LATAM at NEUVOO. Having bilingual employees in the workforce can only bring benefits to the company. Studies have shown that bilingual people are good at multitasking and have excellent communication skills. Any company looking to expand or to have global reach should consider bilingual employees on the...
 
  Your Role In The Performance Review
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
Marie is a client who is presently seeking a new opportunity in her field. When I asked her why she was looking to leave her current role and company, this is what she told me: There have been a number of disagreements, or misalignments in perspective, with my current boss over the last year and a half. However, the final straw came at this year’s annual performance review. My boss gave me a rating of “Needs Improvement” in...
 
  "Cutting Edge" Strategies for Reorganizing or Downsizing
by Mark Gorkin - Jun, 2016
“Cutting-Edge” Strategies for Reorganizing or Downsizing: The Stress Doc’s Top Ten Tips for Tip-Top Management Warning: This satire may be hazardous to the ironically impaired. We inhabit an era of organizational restructuring or downsizing, or better still, rightsizing, or most on target, what I call “frightsizing.” The challenge for top management is having the savvy and guts to gut much of your workforce while stil...
 
  What's In A Name? A Lot!
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
My first name, Debra, is spelled in a nontraditional way. I spell it out for people, and it still comes back “Deborah.” You would think that I would have become accustomed to this by now, but to be truthful, each time it happens, it’s slightly more annoying than the previous infraction. My name is part of my identity, and when someone can’t be bothered to spell it correctly, I feel a bit marginalized. I work with clients fr...
 
  Ask Deb: Online Application Glitches
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
I recently completed an online application, and when I got to the part of the application that asked me to self-identify, I was not unable to uncheck the box for “Vietnam Era Veteran.” I am not a veteran, and I wanted to check the appropriate box, but the software wouldn’t allow me to do so. After about ten minutes, I gave up, and just clicked “submit.” Yesterday I received a call from a recruiter at the company. I immediat...
 
  Ask Deb: Asking Your Current Employer for References
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
I’ve been interviewing with a nonprofit whose work I really admire. They recently told me that I am a finalist for the position, and as part of their vetting process, they want to conduct a reference and background check. I had no problem with that at all, until they told me that they needed a reference from my current employer! I told them in no uncertain terms that they could not contact my current employer, as they do not k...
 
  Is Your Job Stress On The Rise? Can Burnout Be Far Behind?
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
Do your work-days seem increasingly stressful? Are you finding it harder to see a light at the end of the tunnel? Maybe you need to find a way to beat stress before it beats you–and turns into burnout! Job Stress: Why It Happens Of course, job stress doesn’t necessarily happen in a vacuum (that is, at work). Taking work home with you at night could be a contributing factor to stress in areas outside the work environme...
 
  ACA Predictions Are Proved False - No Increase in Part-Time Employment
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
When the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, first passed, many speculated that there would be an increase in part-time employment. By reducing the work hours of existing full-time employees, or by increasing the number of part-time employees hired, employers could avoid ACA’s mandate that they must offer health insurance to all full-time employees. To briefly recap, the Affordable Care Act provision for employer...
 
  Are You Prepared for the Proliferation of Paid Sick Time?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
This year is shaping up to be an interesting one for HR compliance. The most buzz, it seems, is occurring around paid sick leave. In his 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama asked the U.S. Congress to pass national legislation granting American workers the right to paid sick days when they or their family members get sick, or to deal with sexual assault and domestic abuse. Paid sick leave is another benefit that...
 
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