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Navigating the rough winds of employee layoffs (access required)

Ask anyone in management or human resources and they will tell you that the hardest part of the job is letting people go, especially when it is through no fault of their own.

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Bundling – Latest trend in personal, commercial insurance buys (access required)

Recent trends in insurance show increases in demand for cybersecurity protection and growing interest in insurance for gig workers, but one particular trend according to local insurance professionals is an increase in customers looking to “bundle” policies.

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Back to basics: The basic elements of great workplaces (access required)

Everyone’s talking about the future of work and making predictions about the new or next normal. We all agree it’s different and evolving. We’re letting go of old beliefs and behaviors and experimenting with new ones. But as we do, ...

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Assessing employee benefits after the end of Roe v. Wade (access required)

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States issued its expected ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overrules long-standing precedent (including Roe v. Wade) and allows individual states to regulate access to abortion services.

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Elman’s story warrants attention (access required)

Dom Genova

Henry David Thoreau once wrote, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation,” implying that people go through their lives wanting more but accepting less. This column will focus on the others: Those not belonging to the “mass.”

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Keep knocking despite rejections (access required)

When I started my television career as a college intern a grizzled senior reporter offered me valuable advice. He said the worst thing that was going to happen was the word "no."

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