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Employer Wellness Programs Tie Rewards, Penalties To Health Tests, Lifestyle Choices

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Employer Wellness Programs Tie Rewards, Penalties To Health Tests, Lifestyle Choices

By JULIE APPLEBY, KHN Staff Writer– Once a year, employees of the Swiss Village Retirement Community in Berne, Ind., have a checkup that will help determine how much they pay for health coverage. Those who don’t smoke, aren’t obese and whose blood pressure and cholesterol fall below specific levels get to shave as much as $2,000 […]

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Humor At Work: 5 Tips For Managing With Mirth

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Humor At Work: 5 Tips For Managing With Mirth

A workplace that is fun is often a productive workplace. “Sometimes, a little levity goes a long way toward building rapport among colleagues and diffusing workplace tension,” says Max Messmer, chairman of the staffing firm Accountemps, and author of Managing Your Career For Dummies. “All work and no play can erode employee morale.” “Managers with […]

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Even CFOs Like to LOL

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Even CFOs Like to LOL

Apparently most chief financial officers think of themselves as fun-loving people who enjoy a good laugh at the office, a new survey finds. Jovial CFOs. Who knew? Nearly eight in 10, 79%, of CFOs interviewed said an employee’s sense of humor is important for fitting into the company’s corporate culture, according to a survey sponsored […]

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Use Surveys to Assess Trust Between Senior Management And Employees

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Use Surveys to Assess Trust Between Senior Management And Employees

By Howard Deutsch Achieving high levels of trust between senior management and employees is essential for the sustainable success of any organization. The best leaders earn the respect and trust of the people they lead. Lack of trust between senior management and employees negatively impacts employee satisfaction, engagement and performance. It also impacts customers, competitiveness […]

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Citigroup SEC Settlement Trashed By Federal Judge

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Citigroup SEC Settlement Trashed By Federal Judge

By Marian Wang, ProPublica – When the Securities and Exchange Commission struck a deal with Citigroup over a failed security that the bank sold to investors, we asked whether regulators had handed Citigroup too sweet a deal. Today [28 Nov. 2011] in Manhattan, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff appeared to reach that very conclusion: “If the allegations of the Complaint […]

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From the Blogosphere of Work: An Architect’s Dress Code

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From the Blogosphere of Work: An Architect’s Dress Code

Some professions have a stereotypical “look” that cries out for satirization. It’s usually best when it comes from one of the profession’s ranks who have that ability to zero in on the heart of a pretentious attitude. This example comes from the Coffee With An Architect blog written by Jody Brown, who bills himself as “just Architect, standing […]

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