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Be Prepared for PFL

Starting on January 1, 2018 New York State employees will be eligible for job protected, paid family leave. In 2016, Governor Cuomo signed into law the strongest and most comprehensive Paid Family Leave policy in the country. Paid Family Leave (PFL) will provide New... read more

The Power of Gratitude at Work

Why should you thank your colleagues at work? The fact is that most people feel happier at work if they are either giving or receiving thanks. Hearing “thank you” for a job well done makes people feel more fulfilled and motivated to repeat good performance. Long-term... read more

How to Retain Good Employees

Employee turnover is expensive for your organization not only because it can cost almost twice the departing employee’s salary to find a replacement, but turnover can decrease performance and morale.  Use the suggestions below to help retain your good employees: #1... read more

WHAT’S YOUR STORY?

Tell Your Story Your resume should tell a story about your experience. When you send your resume to a prospective employer it should reflect the value you can provide. Be prepared to summarize and customize your qualifications for each job posting so that the reader... read more

Will Your Resume Get You To The Interview?

Your resume represents valuable real estate that should be used to highlight the most important elements of your career. You only have one chance to make a great first impression, so here are a few tips to make sure your resume is read by the Applicant Tracking... read more

5 Steps to Improve YOUR Conversations

It is becoming increasingly difficult to have meaningful conversations. Texts, emails and social media are commonplace distractions and hamper our ability to engage in a productive conversation. This can be especially frustrating when colleagues are trying to resolve... read more

Social Media Myths Busted!

Many people have misconceptions about social media and their ability to make an impact on this ever growing medium. When I coach job seekers, I often need to show them the best ways to use Linked In and other social media avenues to find their next job. Here are a... read more

How to Manage Your Online Reputation

I receive many questions about social media and how to best protect our online image. I spent some time talking with Shannon Wilkinson about how to manage our online  reputation. Shannon is the CEO of Reputation Communications (www.reputation-communications.com). The... read more

SAFETY FIRST

Knowing, understanding and following safety procedures in your workplace is necessary to protect yourself, fellow employees, visitors and customers. Make sure that your employees know how to report unsafe conditions as soon as they become apparent and make safety the... read more

Equal Pay Day

This week we celebrated Equal Pay Day.  April 12 symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. Because women earn less, on average, than men, they must work longer for the same amount of pay. What can you do to stop... read more

Employee Handbooks – Who Needs Them?

I am often asked if small employers need an Employee Handbook. There are many good reasons for all employers, no matter how small, to have an employee handbook. Here are five of them: Ensures Compliance with Federal and State Laws No matter how many employees you... read more

Career Transition

Many people realize that the skills they have mastered could be transferable to other, more rewarding career paths. If you feel you might be in this situation, follow these simple guidelines: Strengths – Make a list of your strengths that includes skills you have... read more

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