Monthly Archives: August 2008

Learning How To (Job) Share

According to CNN and CareerBuilder.com, one of the major Job Trends for 2008 is More Flexible Work Arrangements. According to the CNN article, “Sixty percent of employers report they currently offer flexible schedules to employees and 39 percent plan to provide … Continue reading

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Generation Y: A Video Look

There has been no shortage of discussion on the youngest generation in the workforce, Generation Y. This generation, also known as the Milennials, the Echo Generation, and the Backpack Generation, has been studied by PBS, 60 minutes, TIME magazine, and … Continue reading

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Discussing Politics at Work: Poll Results

Awhile ago we posted an article about discussing politics at work – we asked readers to tell us how comfortable they were talking politics with coworkers. Here are the results: Not comfortable: 61% Neutral: 23% Comfortable: 15% Compare this with the … Continue reading

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A Look at the Ohio Healthy Families Act

According to SHRM, “The Ohio Healthy Families Act, which would mandate paid sick leave for most employees working in Ohio, will likely appear as a ballot initiative in November. If the act is approved, Ohio could be the only state … Continue reading

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