The HR Connection
by Maria Calabrese on
You may be a business owner commanding the helm of your ship. You may have visions of businesses dancing in your head.
There may have been a time, or maybe that time is now, when you come across someone whose personal story inspires you, or changes your outlook.
Imagine this: You are sitting at your desk on a sunny Thursday afternoon. Your company is experiencing some hard times, and there have been layoffs company wide. A co-worker has been part of the layoffs, and is very distraught.
Who would have thought that in 2010 hearts, flowers and tigers would go hand in hand. February 14th marks the date in which Valentine’s Day and the Year of the Tiger fall on the same day.
Just when you think the COBRA subsidy rules were done as of 12/31/09, think again. President Obama signed into law on December 19, 2009 the 2010 Department of Defense Appropriations Act, which has changes to the COBRA subsidy premium
Everywhere we turn, social media is whirling around us fast and furious….Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn etc. While it is fascinating to connect with people whom we haven’t seen in years, should there be guidelines a
Here we are…..we bid adieu to another year and another decade, and look forward to the new with anticipation (hopefully).
Healthcare rates are on the rise. We see it in the news, we read about it in the papers…..it’s everywhere. With renewal season upon us, and rates sky high, what can we do to alleviate some of the pressure? How c
I don’t know…are they? Interesting topic from Rita Keller at the Forum for Women in Accounting conference last month. It makes you stop and think of the managers in your organization. Are your managers really managing?
As I return from the joint conference – The Forum for Women in Accounting and the Forum for Recruiting and Retention - I have takeaways aplenty.