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Preparing to turn on the hiring faucet

Talent acquisition staffs are preparing to turn on the hiring faucet. But the last few years of layoffs have created a much different candidate pool than in years past and those responsible for recruiting may need to spend some extra ...

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What health care reform means for business

With President Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law on March 23, many businesses, large and small, are still scratching their heads, trying to understand how the changes could impact them. Both private and public organizations ...

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How’s your business writing?

I’ve been working with my neighborhood association to pull together new CC&Rs (covenants, conditions and restrictions). Needless to say, it’s not a sexy project. What I noticed as I spent the weekend reviewing bylaws, articles of incorporation and other legal ...

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Obama addresses retirement security

Prior to his State of the Union Address to Congress and the American people, President Obama outlined new policy initiatives targeting retirement security for the middle class, which would include significant implications for employers. One proposal is aimed at employers ...

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Guidelines for giving in the workplace 

BY MICHELLE HICKS LINES OF COMMUNICATION Disasters like the recent earthquake in Haiti tug at the hearts of Americans eager to do what they can to contribute to relief efforts. But those who want to give financial support must also ...

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