The Good Side of Gossip
February 16, 2017

Although most people do not like to consider themselves as gossips, they have probably engaged in gossip at some point in their life. While the term gossip has developed a negative connotation in our culture, at its core it simply refers to conversations about a person who is not present. For employers with employees sharing
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Be Innovative, but Stay True to Yourself!
January 19, 2017
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Toblerone chocolate bars recently caused uproar in the United Kingdom when they changed the shape of their famous bar! Their reason for the shrinkage? The company explained, “[…] like many other companies, we are experiencing higher costs for numerous ingredients.”1 That being said, every company must be successful, and every company feels pressure to find
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An Innovative Way to Increase Work Productivity
January 10, 2017
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Numerous studies have demonstrated the importance of getting the right amount of sleep in order to function at an optimal level. Inadequate amounts of sleep have been associated with a wide range of health disorders. There is no arguing that the negative effects of sleep deprivation on the brain and the body are profound. We
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AN INTERVIEW WITH LINDA SABOURIN ON HR MANAGEMENT
October 31, 2016
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Linda Sabourin has several years of experience in a strategic advisory role for both human resources management and career management. She offers services related to the assessment and development of human potential, including: management/career coaching, management skills development training programs, assessment of potential (psychometric testing), career transitions, and organizational development. Her clients include individuals, SMEs,
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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?
October 24, 2016
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Everyone has had an enthusiastic colleague or friend, who was excited by the challenges of his or her position, and imagined working towards a brilliant career with his or her employer, but who, after a few months or even years, admits being completely disillusioned, admits to doing only the bare minimum, and to even considering
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