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September 2013

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Employee Satisfaction is in Your Hands

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A recent survey by the Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Group, which measured employee engagement and retention across multiple industries, found that 65 percent of workers feel a lack of commitment to their current employers, with 44 percent of those respondents (120,000 participated) actively seeking other opportunities. The survey also makes…

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A Mobile (Government) Workforce

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The federal government is known for many things; efficiency and progressiveness aren’t typically among them.  Its evolving digital strategy may turn the tide on those perceptions, however. Kathy Gurchiek, of the Society for Human Resource Management, recently wrote about the changes the government could realize – and the challenges it…

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Swinging the Ax

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Rebalancing. Streamlining. Rightsizing. Restructuring. Whatever shade of lipstick you slap on it, the ugly layoff is still a pig. Even with the economy in recovery, employers of all sizes are still going through reductions in force (RIF). Unpleasant though they are, when the need arises, it’s critical that companies get…

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…and Knowing is Half the Battle

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No doubt you’re inundated with resumes. A wealth of options is a good problem to have, though selecting one among hundreds can be extremely time consuming. But once you’ve narrowed the field, the more significant challenge remains: ultimately bringing on board the best person for the job. Christine Santacroce offers…

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How About a Day Off?

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We don’t need to ask our employees if they’d like to have a four-day workweek. Of course they would! But as supervisors, what’s in it for us? Should we even consider it? No doubt the workforce would appreciate one day off per week to take care of personal business or…

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Conselium Completes Search on Behalf of Orthofix International

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Conselium Executive Search has completed a search on behalf of Orthofix International.  Mr. Michael Spencer began his role of Chief Compliance Officer on 8-12-13 in their office in Lewisville, Texas. Mr. Spencer’s responsibilities include: Monitoring changes in legal/regulatory requirements including federal and state health care fraud and abuse laws and…

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