Monthly Archives: February 2016

Did You Know Workplaces Provide Chaplains?

This last week there was an article cited by Cornell University’s Industrial Labor Relations department about the use of chaplains in the workplace. While the article made it sound like this was a new phenomenon, workplace chaplains have been around … Continue reading

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Did You Know: 25% of Millennial Employees Plan To Leave Their Jobs This Year?

We have written earlier blog posts about millennial employees and the factors that contribute to their job satisfaction. Now, those factors may be leading to large-scale job change. This week, a Business Insider article reported a recent survey that found … Continue reading

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I’m A Manager, How Can Unions Help Me?

Last week’s blog was about the need for unions. This week we look at the other side, if I’m a manager how can a union help me? Labor costs are much easier to forecast in budgets and are more accurate … Continue reading

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Why Are Unions Necessary?

When I walked in our building on Friday, I saw stacks of packages of water bottles. I was curious what was going on so I asked one of the union representatives in the building. He told me his union, Transport … Continue reading

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