Archive | July, 2013

Healthcare – The Cost Of Care For Businesses

Major changes will take effect in the near future in terms of healthcare.  Are you prepared?

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Which Is More Effective In The Workplace – Positive or Negative Reinforcement?

Solid managers encourage their employees to stay engaged and committed to their tasks; however, all leaders don’t use the same approach.   Some managers will use positive reinforcement to promote and acknowledge their employees dedication as well as hard work, while others are more apt to using negative reinforcement in order to keep their employees motivated. […]

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Recruiters Rely on Social Media to Reveal Top Candidates

Recruiters have found the surge in use of social media to be very valuable in their field for more than one reason.  Job-seekers need to be prepared that potential employers are searching social media profiles to ensure they find the right person to fill the desired position. Since recruiters are looking at a candidate’s social […]

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Are Millennials The Only Generation to Blame for Job-Hopping?

According to various generations, those unsatisfied, under appreciative and smug millennials always seem to move on to the next big thing if they aren’t satisfied in their current state, but are millennials the only culprit when it comes to hopping jobs? Millennials have acquired a reputation throughout the years that baby boomers in particular seem […]

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TRC’s Journey to Lean

The term “Lean” can mean many things in business.  Over the years it was frequently used to describe a company or manager who watched their costs – think “Lean and Mean.”  Today, the term “Lean” is mostly associated with Lean Manufacturing, which spawned from Inventory Management and Just-in-Time (JIT) principles.  Lean has proven to be […]

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