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Business today is regularly conducted through smartphones, as a necessary tool for workers to communicate and access information. The topic is timely, as this year the iPhone is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Both personally and professionally, you probably wonder what you did without it. But, do the distractions of technology threaten safety and well-being in… Read more »

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Leadership potential is the baseline from which everyone should be judged – including every candidate you assess as a potential new hire. Leadership influences the culture of your organization and determines the ultimate success or failure of your business. Pillars of Leadership Dave R. Palmer is the author of a book entitled George Washington and… Read more »

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Approximately 17 million people work as temporary or contract workers, consultants, freelancers or interns, according to the Associated Press. The inherent flexibility associated with these employees keeps them in the forefront and makes them an extremely valuable component of your strategic staffing plans. Summer is right around the corner … you may already be feeling… Read more »

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The latest research is turning the time-honored tradition of annual employee performance reviews upside down. From poor rating structures to the provision of negative feedback, studies increasingly show a variety of flaws that are inherently present in the concept of annual reviews. What’s wrong with annual reviews? There are numerous problems with the annual review… Read more »