Admin Before Mad Men

Fifty years ago, the number one job for women in the U.S. was that of secretary. Not surprising. In 2015, the number one job for women in the U.S. is still that of secretary. The name changed long ago...
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Admin Before Mad Men

Fifty years ago, the number one job for women in the U.S. was that of secretary. Not surprising. In 2015, the number one job for women in the U.S. is still that of secretary. The name changed long ago...
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Three Strategies to Help Organization Fundraisers Attract the Next Generation of Donors

Silicon Valley's wealthiest tech entrepreneurs are donating millions of dollars to charitable causes prior to retirement, which is fantastic news. But unlike the previous generation, they're not content...
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Social-Powered Recruiting

Please fill out the brief form to download this whitepaper. Between the large new generation of workers, rapid advances in cloud technology, and the ever-increasing pace of commerce, recruitment is changing...
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Is There Really a Generational Divide at Work

Surprising Research on Millennials and Emerging Trends in the U.S. Workforce Employing multiple generations can be tough, even for the most experienced managers and HR professionals. And while every new...
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10 Ways to Spot Your Top Performers

Top performers at any organization are highly engaged, flexible, reliable, eager to improve, and in tune with your corporate culture. They’re the ones that can inspire your business to grow and change...
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Improving Communication

Over the next several weeks, The SyN Learning Institute will conduct live virtual training seminars focused on improving communication, in all its various forms. As a preview, I look to Henry Ford for...
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How Your Time-Off Policy Can Cut Costs and Improve Productivity

Having a clear, concise and generous time off policy in place will allow your business to better budget for employees’ planned absences as well as cut costs associated with unplanned absences. Additionally,...
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The Total Financial Impact of Employee Absences — Executive Report for United States

The results of this 2014 survey conducted with SHRM will astound you. The total cost of employee absence can reach up to 22% of base payroll; this figure includes both direct costs, like employee pay,...
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Tech Execs to Indiana: Discrimination is Bad for Business

Credit Marc Benioff for making the first move. As soon as Indiana passed the RFRA (Religious Freedom and Restoration Act), which for all practical purposes, serves as a license to discriminate, particularly...
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