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Maintaining Energy with Work Life Balance

By the time Friday rolls around, are you exhausted?  Do you ever find yourself dreading weekend plans, because you’re afraid you won’t have enough time to relax?  We have all been there, but if you feel that way week after week, then it may be time to examine your work/life balance so that you have … Continue reading

Summer Attendance

In a survey conducted by Harris Interactive and Kronos, Inc., a whopping 39% of full time employees have owned up to calling in sick to enjoy a day off during the summer months. As I am sure we can all guess, the most common days for one to be afflicted with these absences are Fridays … Continue reading

Organizational Pride

Vince Lombardi once said “The pride of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” This saying holds true if you are the CEO, department manager or an employee. However, creating a workplace … Continue reading

Connections in the Workplace

For many employees, the workplace serves as a social outlet – an oasis from what is going on in their non-work lives. In an informal poll of my friends, the workplace gives them the opportunity to have adult conversation, develop friendships and feel connected to something which is important. In today’s working world, employees spend … Continue reading

Onboard for the New Year

Many employers hold off on hiring during the busy holiday season, which results in many new hires beginning in January. This is the perfect time to revisit your company’s On-Boarding practices and ensure they meet your objectives. Properly welcoming new hires to your organization goes a long way towards making them feel part of the … Continue reading

Steps to Starting 2012 Right

The holiday season seems to always come with a sense of hope as the year is close to ending; one might think of all the possibilities for the New Year. The last few years have been full of anxiety and worry about the state of the world’s economy, and while it seems the next year … Continue reading