Planning for various political scenarios from Washington can be a full-time job — that is, one that might take way more than 40 hours per week.
Compared with more complex conditions, treating and managing diabetes is fairly straightforward, yet the condition continues to run rampant in the workplace.
The white people with the most interesting things to say in any situation involving race are the ones who shut up.
Cash balance plans have existed for years, but recent IRS rulings lends an air of confidence in them.
The Affordable Care Act is creating new jobs as the health care industry continues to transform in response to the legislation.
Our recruiting methods are getting stale. We aren’t getting great results and it seems to be taking our recruiters more time to find qualified candidates. We rely on all the usual and time-tested methods to recruit, including traditional print ads and online job boards. It seems that the more options we have to post résumés, though, the harder it is to find standout candidates — people who genuinely jump off a résumé and say ‘Hire me.’ Makes me wonder if we are missing somewhere. Am I just venting or might we have a real problem with our recruiting strategy?
—Stuffy in Here, vice president of recruiting, services company, Union, New Jersey
How do we teach our leaders to be assertive decision-makers with their people without coming across as abrupt? It's a fine line to walk and we want to put in place some training and/or guidelines as a primer.
—High-Wire Act, manager, health care, Middletown, Connecticut