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Does a Flexible Schedule Make Sense for Your Business?

Has the traditional 9-to-5 become a relic of a quieter, less connected age? The idea's gaining traction — according to the…

Should You Promote Annual Mental Health Checkups?

We all know that annual checkups are key to preventing serious illness. But if a yearly doctor's visit is good for…

How to Prepare for Your Business’s First Open Enrollment Period

Offering your workforce health insurance for the first time is an exciting milestone. It's a sign that your business is…

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Should Your Company Consider Video Interviews?

Hiring is never simple, even under the best circumstances. If your business is growing quickly, your current recruitment and…

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Your Guide to Better Information Management

Records and information management can seem like a monumental task. Businesses create and use countless documents and other…

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Destigmatizing Invisible Illness, Part 2: Diabetes

If several members of your workforce all broke their legs at the same time, you'd probably notice pretty quickly. The same…

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How to Market Employee Benefits as Part of Total Compensation

The end of the year can be a delicate time for employers and HR decision-makers. Employees might expect a pay increase as…

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Destigmatizing Invisible Illness, Part 1: Mental Health

When half your staff is sneezing and coughing, it's easy to come to the conclusion that there's something going around. Your…

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5 People Small Business Owners Should Follow on Social Media

Running a business is an exciting opportunity — but there's no denying that some parts of the job can be overwhelming.…

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How to Maintain a Healthy Workplace When Flu Season Never Seems to End

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that between October 2018 and January 2019, the number of…

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