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How Commuting Is Affecting Your Recruitment Strategy, and What You Can Do About It

Commuting is changing rapidly. New U.S. Census data tells us that the number of “super commuters”– those who travel 90 minutes or more to their workplace  —  increased by 23 percent between 2010 and 2015. On
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Baseball and Business Have A Lot In Common

Baseball season is in full swing, but it might be a very different game if Pete Browning had not broken his bat in 1884.The story of how the iconic Louisville Slugger baseball bat came to be is fascinating. According to the famous bat company’s
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Change in debt strategy

From: Buisness-standard By Devangshu Datta Recommended by: business-standard One of the most interesting lines in the Monetary Policy Statement is in paragraph 20: “The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) notes that domestic economic
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4 Strategies to Help Employees Improve Their Financial Wellness

A 2016 FINRA Foundation study found a full two-thirds of Americans would fail a financial literacy test. Does that stat surprise you? It probably shouldn’t, given the deck that’s stacked against most Americans. Think about what most
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Show Your HR Value With ‘Pain Point’ Metrics

One of the trickiest parts of providing HR services is that the better you do your job, the less visible your work is. When everyone on a team is happy, fulfilled, and engaged, the business can operate as the founder...
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Shift to a Poaching Strategy When There Are Few Unemployed to Hire

Have you seen this startling current job market statistic? For the first time in this century, there are more job openings than unemployed people. And this shortage of unemployed applicants means that you must shift your recruiting strategy from an
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How People Analytics Can Help You Change Process, Culture, and Strategy

You can’t make big organizational changes without understanding how employees behave.
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Tactics without strategy is a scrum

When your timeline is an hour or a day, it's easy to get in the tactical groove. But repeat that hour after hour, day after day, and all you're making is a mess. This is bureaucracy run amok. This is...       

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