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Management
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Karen Trudeau, human resources director for Fellowship Health Resources Inc., understands that you can't pressure people to make a change if they're not ready to make it themselves. That's why since 2009 Fellowship has provided wellness benefits … more
Grant addresses the challenge of championing novel ideas and values that go against the grain. Viking ISBN 9780525429562 | $27 more
Using TED talks as a guide, Gallo lays out the secrets of successful public presentations. St. Martin's Press ISBN 9781250041128 | $26 more
Engagement begins at the top. That's certainly the case at grocery chain Dave's Marketplace. Company leaders wholeheartedly support their employees' health and wellness endeavors. For instance, the East Greenwich-headquartered … more
The amount of data any given organization captures in a single day is overwhelming. Companies are now inundated with data in volumes and types they weren't collecting even a year ago. As a result, companies are seeing an increasing gap between … more
Association advantage How many chambers of commerce/industry associations are you a member of? 1-2 – 50% 3-5 – 44.4% None – 5.6% What do you use these organizations for? … more
Rob Crain has been named vice president of sales for the Pawtucket Red Sox. He previously served as president and general manager of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Crain holds a B.S. in sports management from Springfield College. more
Leaders at small and midsized nonprofits say they turn to their boards of directors for guidance when trying to handle human resource issues without dedicated HR staff. Save The Bay has 30 employees, but no dedicated human resources … more
Employees who snipe at the boss, bicker with co-workers or consistently complain are becoming common at workplaces of all sizes. And in some cases, companies would do best to reassign or get rid of them, say human resources specialists. … more
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