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Bello: Investment in tech, people, parks key for county future (access required)

Creating a vibrant and equitable Monroe County as a great place to live, work and raise a family can be achieved through focus on pillars of stability: economic and workforce development, public safety, public health and wellness and infrastructure. That ...

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CDS Monarch announce bonus payments for direct care staff   (access required)

CDS Monarch announced its direct care staff will share in $5 million of relief funds provided by the New York State Office of Persons with Developmental Disabilities.  Four different bonuses will be awarded to eligible employees who worked for CDS ...

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‘Stop Chasing Normal’ is theme of DisruptHR event (access required)

Stop Chasing Normal is the theme of this year’s DisruptHR event in Rochester, a gathering where business leaders are inspired to create a positive disruption of workplace operations and culture. There will be 11 speakers — limited to five minutes ...

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Are you discriminating against employees with caregiving responsibilities? (access required)

As the world enters year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has issued a warning to employers of yet another risk to their businesses: caregiver discrimination claims. It is no surprise that the pandemic has ...

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“Rounding Errors” Can Add Up Quickly (access required)

It’s time to talk about time. For many employees, their lunch break is a time when they can step away from the grind, fill their bellies, recharge their batteries for the rest of their shift, and maybe even run a ...

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From mentee to mentor: the benefits mentorship provides for women in business (access required)

March marks Women’s History Month. It is a time to honor the strong, brave women who have broken down barriers, shattered glass ceilings, and blazed trails for future generations. During this time, we celebrate women’s contributions to American history and ...

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Topics that don’t focus on COVID-19 for nonprofit leaders (access required)

For obvious reasons, COVID-19-19 and the many elements of disruption it has caused continue to dominate conversation at organizations of all types. This month we commemorate two years since the widespread effects of COVID-19 first hit the United States, along ...

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Employees are leaving left and right. What’s a company to do? (access required)

The “Great Resignation,” “Great Attrition,” “Great Renegotiation” — whatever you call the mass-quitting trend, it’s not going to let up any time soon: Recent polls reveal that 23% to 40% of employees plan to leave their job within the next ...

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