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Reducing employee turnover: 4 strategies that work

By the time your top talent is in an exit interview, it's too late to determine what could have been done differently. But, how you react to the situation can make all the difference. A new survey discovered that 40 percent of human resource professionals cite employee...

source: By Bianca Gibson
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Finishing this volume a while back I was waiting for a window of opportunity through which one might envision a possible future from the roots of the "revolt in Syria." Starr exposes these very informatively in his broad cross-section of...

source: Association for Conflict Resolution

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the appointment of Justice Louis D. Brandeis to the U.S. Supreme Court. We write, not to review his accomplishments as a justice, but rather to speak of his time as a private attorney and in particular his view of the role a lawyer...

source: New Jersey Law Journal

Vermont law entitles Vermont homeowners faced with foreclosure to request foreclosure mediation and requires the mediators to submit mediation reports to the Vermont Attorney General. The Attorney General's Office has reviewed the reports received in 2015, and concluded...

source: Vermont Business Magazine

A recent mediation symposium and survey conducted by Brick Court Chambers saw varying opinion on user perception of mediation, and revealed a number of areas for improvement. A major sticking point is its perceived expense, although that is also an issue for litigation and...

source: Commercial Dispute Resolution

Elizabeth Esrey, mediator, conflict resolution specialist and coach, firmly believes that if you understand the mediation process and come prepared to work, you are more likely to be successful in your resolution. Before her mediations, she usually assigns "homework" to...

source: The Huffington Post

Under existing regulations, the authority to hear and decide intracorporate issues is vested in the regular courts, no longer with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In an effort to expedite the settlement of intracorporate disputes and other issues that affect ordinary...

source: Inquirer.net

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