The title assumes of course that the married person isn’t married to you. In light of the recent Ashley Madison revelations, apparently millions of people in North America would have to answer yes to this question. This is a multi-layered question. Show More Summary
We discuss issues pertaining to travel nursing jobs including orientation and various problems that may arise. We also provide some tips for success! The post TTATN 026: Expectations for Travel Nursing Assignments and Tips for Success appeared first on BluePipes Blog.
Hoping to capture the buying power of the parents of all the little Avas and Liams being born these days? Then make sure you’re addressing millennials – who comprise the majority of today’s new moms and dads. I’ve been immersed … [Read more...] The post 3 Tips for Marketing to Millennial Moms and Dads appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
Jeff Burns is a man that seemingly arose out of nowhere. Look around anywhere on the internet, and you’ll be met with his most popular works, Super Knocked Up and Super Geeked Up. Try to go any further back, and you’re met with relative silence. However, fame doesn’t come cheap. While it might be great … Read the Rest ? No related posts.
Running a home-based business comes with many benefits, like flexibility, the ability to create your own schedule and even tax breaks. These benefits are hard to beat, but it can be difficult to grow your home-based business. However, being home-based doesn’t mean “staying small” or limiting your opportunities. Show More Summary
While nearly all (98%) Northeast Ohio organizations conduct interviews as a means of evaluating job candidates for both exempt and non-exempt positions, data from the 2015 ERC Hiring Trends & Practices Survey reveals interesting differences...Show More Summary
It's the classic Catch 22... We know we shouldn't simply make the best widget maker the best widget maker manager, but.... but.... We have nothing else to base on decisions on who gets promoted to manager other than... Functional Area...
Unfortunately, it is very hard to concentrate and work efficiently during summer. Although many offices have an air condition, still this may not be enough to cool us especially in some parts of the US. Also, some people do not like the unnatural cold weather the a/c creates and prefer other cooling alternatives. Show More Summary
I feel very fortunate that I learned about public speaking early in life. One of my first jobs was being a tour guide at an aquatic marine life theme park who has an Orcinus orca as their mascot. (I’ll let you guess which one!) While...Show More Summary
In employee engagement — SMALL IS THE NEW SIGNIFICANT! Reading time = 54 seconds How has that big employee engagement program been doing? Is your large employee engagement initiative making a difference? I have no doubt that employee engagement can make a big difference but that does not mean employee engagement approaches have to be big to […]
Every day my anxiety would start early. It wouldn’t start until I began to get ready for work. Usually when I brushed my teeth. I could feel the muscles between my shoulder blades tighten just a bit. Then on the commute to work I would try to tune out my thoughts with NPR, sports radio, […]
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Managing and staying on top of your email is important to everyone. With Quick Steps (a feature in Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2013) you can apply multiple actions at the same time to email messages. This helps you quickly manage your mailbox. Show More Summary
In the wake of the New York Times article on Amazon, I thought it would be worth sharing the past post by Redfin CEO Glen Kelman, who wonders aloud if all the fun, benefit focused features of the GPTW actually...
That isn't a "gotcha" question. It's simply a direct one. Regardless of the job title, if we're responsible for how other people perform then we're responsible for how they learn to perform even better. One of the things we now...
Last summer, I wrote about a Rackspace/University of London study that assessed productivity levels in 120 employees outfitted with wearable monitoring technology. The participants were equipped with one of the three devices – the GENEActiv high-velocity accelerometer wristband, which measures...
I have been an exempt supervisor for the past ten years. With all this talk of the changes to exempt federal minimum wage, I have some questions. I’ve already heard rumors in my company that their intentions are to make the exempt employees who are making less than the proposed new minimum wage into nonexempt […]
Smile when you pick up or click on the phone and continue as you talk regardless of who’s calling or what the conversation is about. The person on the other end of the line can hear a smile, she can also hear a frown, smirk, and rolling of the eyes. Show More Summary
Yikes – overwork can kill you: … those working a 55-hour week face 33% increased risk of stroke than those working a 35- to 40-hour week. And to make matters worse, all those extra hours don’t even mean you get more work done: [Overwork] … doesn’t seem to result in more output. So overwork is … Continue reading New research: Overwork kills productivity and employees ?