Where can you save money without spending money? How about reviewing your Financial Procedure Development manual?
Workplace sexual harassment was a serious issue long before the recent national dialogue, but the spotlight on the issue has caused many organizations to take a fresh look at their anti-harassment training, policies and practices. Read More
Is it just me?? Or does it feel that time goes by faster the older I get? Many of us feel that time passes more quickly as we age… a perception that can lead to anxious thoughts, self-reflection, doubt and sometimes regret. Read More
When the right products are paired with innovative, solution-focused promotions, the combination can spark spectacular results for the client! Here are 5 of the Top Promotions of 2018 as voted by the Promotional Products Association PPAI ®.
With the New Year approaching are you preparing your list of those infamous New Year’s Resolutions? Maybe to eat healthier, be more organized, get control of your finances? If getting your financial house in order is on your list for the New Year, here are some ideas to help you get started:
Your employee handbook is an important asset for your company, providing new and even longtime staff members with the details on your corporate policies, office rules and company culture. Because this is an item that will be seen and utilized by everyone in the organization, it’s important to revisit and update your handbook on a regular basis. An outdated handbook can be a liability. The first of the year is a perfect time to revisit and revise.
The end of the year is a time for celebration and festivities. But it can also be a time when questions arise in the workplace about the appropriateness of gifts from vendors and clients. This is a good opportunity for managers to review gift policies with all employees.
Millions of Americans fall victim to identity theft each year. According to the Department of Justice, an estimated 17.6 million people, or 7% of all U.S. residents age 16 or older, were victims of one or more incidents of identity theft in 2014 (latest available). What’s more, about 7% of identity theft victims experienced out-of-pocket losses of $100 or more.