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Month: August 2018

Activate Your Active Listening Skills

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Active listening can be a great tool to improve your communication skills. The person you are communicating with will feel heard, valued, and will begin to trust you if you are present in the conversation — physically, mentally, and verbally. This makes for a conversation that is free of misunderstandings and keeps open a clear […]

New Technology in the Workforce

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Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer generated simulation of 3-D environments that can be interacted with in a physical way. This computer software is accompanied with an electronic helmet with a screen inside. This technology is generally used as a gaming system, but towards the end of 2017, a new use for VR emerged. Virtual […]

Five Things to Ask Yourself Before Writing a Job Description

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Writing a job description can be daunting at times. It is an important communication tool that is unfortunately often overlooked when management gets too busy. Yet, companies should have a job description for every position. The job descriptions should outline the functions of the position as well as the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to […]

2019 Open Enrollment

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The new plan year is not until January 2019, but even though it seems far away, we are already starting to hear buzz about open enrollment. There is a lot of talk about changes with the Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as “Obamacare” and rate changes with certain insurance companies. When is Open Enrollment? […]