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Why You Should Never Stop Learning (Especially At Work)

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By Anne Shaw Originally featured on themuse.com Imagine you have nearly 15 years of experience under your belt and have earned regular promotions throughout your career. Naturally, you’d probably feel that you were up to speed in your field. That’s

Employee Benefits That Increase Productivity

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Originally published on All Business | Your Small Business Advantage By Jayson DeMers “Keeping your employees productive is one of the most important parts of keeping your business profitable. The happier and less stressed your workers are, the more work they’re

The Importance of Working For A Boss That Supports You

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This article first appeared in Forbes Magazine by Sarah Landrum “Employers seek loyalty and dedication from their employees but sometimes fail to return their half of the equation, leaving millennial workers feeling left behind and unsupported. Professional relationships are built on

In This Economy, Quitters Are Winning

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Appeared in the July 5, 2018, print edition as ‘Economy Spurs Job Hopping.’ By David Harrison and Eric Morath July 4, 2018 7:00 a.m. ET   Kimberly Enoch had a stable job working from home managing grants for a Little Rock,

Goodbye, Geoffrey

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This article first appeared on ABC News By ANNE D’INNOCENZIO, AP RETAIL WRITER NEW YORK — Jun 28, 2018, 9:06 AM ET Toys R Us is closing its last U.S. stores by Friday, the end of a chain known to generations

Impact of Financial Stress on Employees

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What confuses us and worries us – distracts us. Having financially literate employees doesn’t just improve the employees’ personal finances, it can affect their relationships, productivity, and even their health. Imagine the boom in productivity if each of your company’s

Reduce Stress with a Sense of Control

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This article first appeared in the Havard Business Review There’s no question or debate that workplace stress levels are at critical levels and are escalating. The American Institute of Stress (AIS) reveals that 80% of us feel stress on the job and

Tax tips for 2018

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Tax season is fast approaching, with everyone’s employer due to send their W-2s by the end of January. Now is the time to start getting ready to file your taxes. It’s helpful to be mindful of your taxes throughout the year,

Over 50 and a woman? Better get saving for retirement

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by Ivana Kottasová   @ivanakottasova Women who hit 50 without any retirement savings may have to stash away half their paychecks if they want their golden years to be comfortable. The average 50-year old single female New Yorker has to start saving

The Pros and Cons of Financing Options

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A 2015 survey found that nearly half of small employers (with fewer than 500 employees) applied for credit in the previous 12 months. Even though the credit market has become friendlier overall, small companies still have a more difficult time

Student Loans Meet Retirement

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by Bondar&Associates The burden of student loans is typically associated with recent college graduates or young professionals, but the number of consumers age 60 and older with student loan debt quadrupled from 2005 to 2015 (see chart). During this period,

Hot Topic: Full Employment: What Happens Now?

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by Bondar&Associates In April 2017, the nation’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.4%, matching a 10-year low last seen in May 2007. To put this in perspective, the last time the unemployment rate fell below 4.4% was in May 2001, the

Uber CEO takes leave of absence amid crises

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by Seth Fiegerman and Sara Ashley O’Brien   @CNNMoney   Uber’s CEO is stepping aside indefinitely. Travis Kalanick, the CEO and cofounder of Uber, told staff Tuesday he will take time off in order to grieve for his mother, who

These big companies had a terrible 2016

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by Jethro Mullen CNN Money  @CNNMoneyInvest It’s been a tumultuous year on many fronts. In the business world, some big names have gone through particularly grueling times in 2016. Here are the ones that we think had a year they’d

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