What is a leader's purpose? Does he or she sit in their office and let the team or organization run itself? What must a leader do to be fully engaged in being a leader? It starts with attitude. John Maxwell states, "...the attitude of a leader affects the atmosphere of the...
It is often said that time is money. For some working professionals, however, time is worth more than money. Paid leave is one of the most important benefits employees say they want today — perhaps even the most important. How local employers are providing it is changing...
"Creating a robust pipeline of workers to address the needs of U.S. manufacturers has become a national priority" according to a recently released report by ToolingU, a division of SME (formerly the Society of Manufacturing Engineers) titled, "Using Competency Models to...
Large businesses expect to pay between 4 and 5 percent more for health care benefits for their employees in 2015 after making adjustments to their plans, according to employer surveys conducted this summer. Few employers plan to stop...
We often read news stories about poor work practices like super low wages, the trend of part-time work, very long hours, and even wage theft. However, the National Study of Employers suggests some more upbeat news and some surprising trends. The study is an ongoing study...
Regardless of industry or title, the one thing we all have to understand is the nature of change. In government,...
The overall average starting salary for Class of 2014 college graduates stands at $48,707, up 7.5 percent from the average of $45,327 posted by the Class of 2013 at this time last year, according to NACE’s September 2014 Salary Survey report.
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