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No, same-sex marrage isn’t the biggest issue by a long shot

Both Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Employment Minister Eric Abetz have accused the media of pushing the same-sex marriage bandwagon. Piers Akerman has evidence:…

Hiring Vets Is Good Business: How To Recognize And Support PTSD

Organizations report that hiring veterans is good business, as they are versatile, hard working, and exhibit teamwork and leadership strengths. However, it is vital that employers (and employees) have a good understanding of how to help and support those who experience PTSD, according to US Vet and PTSD expert Cherissa Jackson.

The Amazing Progress Of Solar

There are some amazing numbers here – and striking some images. How about 174,000 jobs in solar? How about 50,000 vets employed in solar by 2020? How about solar will double from 20,000 MW in 2014 to 40,000 MW in 2016? From Solar Energy...Show More Summary

Why Cities Should Do What Houston Did for a Wrongfully Convicted Man

The model that employs a man freed from prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder should be adopted nationwide. The post Why Cities Should Do What Houston Did for a Wrongfully Convicted Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Austin Digital Jobs (ADJ) redefines how talent and careers connect

The upcoming Austin Digital Jobs mixer brings together some of Austin's top talent and most desirable employers for an Austin-style casual night designed to make meaningful connections happen offline. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Public and Private Sector Payroll Jobs: Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama

By request, here is an update on an earlier post through the June employment report.NOTE: Several readers have asked if I could add a lag to these graphs (obviously a new President has zero impact on employment for the month they are elected). Show More Summary

3 Things: Valuations, Employment, Sectors

Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management, You Can't Handle The Truth John Coumarianos recently wrote an opinion piece for MarketWatch stating: "...if you think low interest rates necessitate high stock prices, that wasn't...Show More Summary

How Ultrabook Performance Degrades Over Time with a Samsung TLC SSD

Have you noticed your Solid State Drive (what’s an SSD?) suffering from slipping performance? If Samsung made your drive, it probably employs “Triple Level Cell” (TLC) NAND memory modules. A bug afflicts most–if not all–TLC drives. Fortunately, Samsung made a fix available for one of their drives to Windows users. Show More Summary

Homeless Man Plays Piano on Street, Goes Viral

A homeless man in Sarasota has gone viral and may even find himself employed after stopping pedestrian traffic this week as a result of his music skills. Meet Donald Gould. The 51-year old was “discovered” by Aurore Henry after she strolled...Show More Summary

Let Your Employees Nap Already!

Yet another study attests to the benefits of napping on performance. It's time for employers to get with the program.

Drive Performance Management With These Steps

Improving employee performance is a top priority for employers and managers. The productivity and profitability of a business depends on performance management strategies that motivate employees and inspire strong work ethics. Seek out...Show More Summary

US employers are hiring more workers

It was a case of one step forward and one step back for America’s labour market in June. ||| Washington - The US labour market took one step forward and one back in June as job creation advanced while wages stagnated and the size of the labour force receded. Show More Summary

Women Must Get Pregnant ‘On Schedule,’ Chinese Company Tells Staff

A viral company notice has Chinese Internet users debating: How much say should an employer have over when — and whether — an employee gets pregnant?

Healthy Employees = Healthy Business [infographic] – Friday Distraction

Businesses today are under tremendous pressure to produce results. As a consequence, employees are under pressure to produce. Now, don’t get me wrong. Companies do need to accomplish their goals and deliver results. Same with employees. Show More Summary

Should You Save for Retirement in a 401(k) or Roth IRA?

Getty Images By Scott Hanson Q: My son is 23 and is working full-time for what I consider to be a pretty decent salary. He's always been a bit of a saver, and he recently asked me if I thought he should contribute to his employer's 401(k)...Show More Summary

Using demographic models to project the effects of climate change on scleractinian corals: Pocillopora damicornis as a case study

Using empirical analyses of the effects of global climate change (GCC) and ocean acidification (OA) on the survival and calcification of early life stages of Pocillopora damicornis, we employed a demographic approach to forecast the consequences of GCC and OA on the population dynamics of this coral. We constructed a size-based demographic model using life-history […]

Company town? In Seattle, some fret over Amazon's growth

The online retail giant has brought tens of thousands of workers to its campus in the South Lake Union neighborhood, overtaken the University of Washington as Seattle's biggest employer and lined up enough office space to roughly triple...Show More Summary

The International Aspects of the Employment Release

The headline number for nonfarm payroll employment was decent [1], and although there are worrisome aspects, I think the key take-away is the fact that manufacturing employment is slowing much more than overall. To the extent that manufactured goods proxies for tradables, I think caution is in order with respect to monetary tightening. And yet, […]

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