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Hiring employees is just a start to creating a strong work force. Next, you have to keep them. High employee turnover costs business owners in time and productivity. Try these tactics to retain your employees. – Offer a competitive benefits package that fits your employees’ needs. Providing health insurance, life insurance and a retirement-savings plan is essential in retaining employees. But other perks, such as flextime and the option of telecommuting, go a long way to show employees you are willing to accommodate their outside lives. – Provide some small perks. Free bagels on Fridays and dry-cleaning pickup and ...
Ideally, CSR policy would function as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby business would monitor and ensure its support to law, ethical standards, and international norms . Consequently, business would embrace responsibility for the impact of its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere . Furthermore, CSR-focused businesses would proactively promote the public interest by encouraging community growth and development, and voluntarily eliminating practices that harm the public sphere, regardless of legality. Essentially, CSR is the ...
E Trade » Blog Archive » How much climate damage will the most ...
As the Senate gave up on trying to pass a climate bill this year, the inevitable question is how much impact will this failure have on the climate? Obviously it’s a difficult question because we don’t know what will happen in terms of policy in the future. It’s inevitable that at some point we’ll pass a climate bill. But with Republicans to gain Senate seats in November, it likely won’t happen until 2013 at the earliest. There’s also the possibility that Congress will find a way to remove the EPA’s mandate to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, although one such effort already failed, ... market research, surveys and trends
The Case for Wage Insurance - Council on Foreign Relations
The openness of the United States to trade and technological innovation, as well as the flexibility of its labor market, has fueled impressive growth. In such an economy, workers are routinely displaced. Most find new jobs in a reasonable amount of time. But for workers with a long tenure at their previous employer, these new jobs often pay wages much lower than those they earned before. For this group, displacement is much more than a temporary setback. In The Case for Wage Insurance , Robert J. LaLonde recommends rethinking traditional trade adjustment assistance to address this problem. He argues that existing programs, ... market research, surveys and trends


@Work: With Weak Job Market, Comes Opportunities For Resume Fraud
Observations on the latest workplace news, trends and issues from global outplacement and business coaching consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas. As millions of Americans struggle with long-term unemployment, the temptation to stretch the truth on one’s resume to gain a competitive advantage is becoming harder to resist. Some desperate job seekers are going so far as to establish fake references. However, the payoff may not be worth the risk, according to one employment authority. “There is very little proof that any form of resume boosting directly results in a job interview, much less a job offer. In contrast, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
@Work: HR ISSUES: Contingent Workforce On The Rise; Workplace ...
Observations on the latest workplace news, trends and issues from global outplacement and business coaching consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas. NEW REPORT PREDICTS RISE OF CONTINGENT WORKFORCE Human resources trade publication Workforce Management provided details today about a new report from labor law firm Littler Mendelson, which predicts that contingent labor, or temporary workers, could soon account for as much as 30 to 50 percent of the entire U.S. workforce, as companies shift toward a more permanent strategy tied to lean and flexible staffing. After falling to 1.7 million during the recession, the number of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Richard McGregor's 'The Party' reveals the secret world of China's communists
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ETFs Imperil Commodity Investors When Contango Conspires With Pre-Rolling
Tuckwell rolled out Gold Bullion Securities in 2003 before going on to make a swap agreement for oil ETF shares with Royal Dutch Shell. Source: ETF Securities Ltd via Bloomberg Rouwenhorst co-published a paper,funded in part by AIG, arguing that an investment in a broad commodity index would have brought about the same return as stocks from 1959 to 2004, and would often rise when stocks fall. Source: SummerHaven Investment via Bloomberg Airlines have to set aside cash to hedge against sharper ups and downs in oil prices, according to Airtran CEO Bob Fornaro who says "This has been very, very good for Wall Street." ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Pick up virtually any insurance trade publication these .... firm's human resources practices. The answers to these questions help the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
International Trade Administration- Inspector General Publications
Greater Interagency Involvement and More Effective Strategic Planning Would Enhance the National Export Strategy -- Inspection: IPE-18589 [PDF] Abstract   Report CS Brazil Is Operating Well Overall but Needs Management Attention in Some Areas — Inspection: ITA-IPE-18114 Report Commerce Can Further Assist U.S. Exporters by Enhancing Its Trade Coordination Efforts -- Inspection: ITA-IPE-18322 [PDF] Report 2006 Commerce Should Ensure that Travelers to China Receive Counterintelligence Briefings -- Evaluation: IPE-17954 Commercial Service Operations in Argentina and Uruguay Are Mostly Sound but Financial Processes Need ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Your favourite publication? Thinking about your preferred business ...
Interim CEO, C-Level Strategies, Business Futurist, 30-yr Track Record, Keynotes, Seminars, Certainty in Uncertain Times see all my answers I have not bought any hard-copy magazine or newspaper for at least 10 years. I subscribe to a few online, and get notified immediately it is available. Far more efficient and effective. posted 7 months ago President at G. Bramm & Associates and Senior Partner at Gray Matters Research see all my answers Most of the trade/business pubs in Canada are controlled circulation i.e. available at no cost. If they don't arrive on the due date, I would go to their website. posted 7 months ago ...
3 Steps to Become More Than Just Another Salesperson
People pay attention to sales professionals whom they believe have something important to say. I call it the magic of positioning. How you, your product and your company are positioned all have direct bearing on how successfully (or unsuccessfully) your personal sales career will progress. Not long ago, I was invited to speak on the topic "How to Sell at Margins Higher Than Your Competitors." When I arrived at the hotel it was very crowded and bustling. I was just another person in a crowd of hundreds, trying to get to my contact and the right room. I gave my presentation to a very engaging crowd who asked a lot of ...