Monthly Archives: May 2010

Cost of Funds Index Drops

The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco announced May 28, 2010, that the 11th District Monthly Weighted Average Cost of Funds Index (???COFI???) for April 2010 is 1.825%. The index for March 2010 was 1.859%. The COFI is computed from the actual in… Continue reading

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Executive Order 13496 activates June 21, 2010

The Executive Order requires new posting requirements within the workplace dictating your employees rights to seek representation. Below is the wording of the notice that must be given to your staff: RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEESUNDER THE NATIONAL LABOR REL… Continue reading

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And the story keeps turning

First we had the Hartford, CT case of fireman who felt that they were discriminated against bases on test scores. The Supreme Court found that the City of Hartford had violated the rights of the fireman. In a similar case the City of Chicago lost … Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

Mage Solar GmbH, a Ravensburg, Germany-based manufacturer of solar energy products, will locate its North American headquarters and production facility for photovoltaic modules in Dublin, Ga. Continue reading

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Is the change of HR over?

This post was reposted from Rehaul Blog and is well worth reading and pondering #HRevolution Is Over. Now What? by Lance Haun on May 8, 2010 Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic.No… Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

Sky King has announced that it is moving its operational headquarters from Sacremento to Lakeland, Florida Continue reading

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Our Common Future

I am writing this while sitting watching the reports on the pending catastrophic events in the Gulf of Mexico. The word of the time is that of sustainability. In that regard we have over the last several months have almost every night been subject… Continue reading

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