Monthly Archives: July 2009

What Happened to Equal Protection?

In reading the press and the web in the past couple of days, I have been struck by some rather conflicting reports regarding the health care crisis which affects each and every one of us. Some of us are blessed with corporate provided health plans… Continue reading

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Relocation Company Consolidates

Paragon Relocation Resources, a worldwide leader in global mobility and relocation services, today announced that effective January 1, 2010, it is consolidating its Connecticut and California relocation operations to Dallas, Texas. These changes b… Continue reading

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Just When You Thought You Knew What Was Going On

Word to the wise. The environment in the HR field is like the weather in the midwest. Wait a minute and the weather will change. First we had Ricci et al who sued over the use of exams in promotions that goes up to the Supreme Court. The court mad… Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

The U.S. Department of Justice is relocating some of its U.S. attorney operations from Washington to South Carolina under a 20-year lease agreement with the state’s flagship university, officials announced Monday. The federal agency will be reloca… Continue reading

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Changing Face of an Industry

Pacific Union GMAC Real Estate (www.pacunion.com), one of Northern California???s leading luxury real estate brands is being acquired by the principals of Morgan Lane Marin, Inc. (www.morganlanemarin.com), a fast-growing boutique real estate firm wi… Continue reading

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Where or Where is the Economy Booming?

Money Magazine has released their 2009 Lists of the Best Places to Live and Where the Jobs are. The full list can be found at http://www.money.comTop 10 Places to LiveLouisville, COChanhassen, MNPapillon, NEMiddleton, WIMilton, MAWarren, NJPeachtr… Continue reading

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Moment of contemplation

If you are an avid follower of LinkedIn and its questions, there have been an ongoing discussion thread of the role of recruiters in the current economy. We find business enterprises stress the need to stay current on changes within our respective… Continue reading

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