Monthly Archives: October 2010

Relocation Announcement

Scripps moving headquarters from Cincinnati to Knoville, TN Continue reading

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What are we leaving to our business organizations?

Recent Posts Is perception reality? What are we leaving to our business organizations? What Kind of Message are We Sending? Who Am I? The role of human capital in a global workplace Implications for the workplace Reflections on Society, Business o… Continue reading

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Important relocation issue response to Wall Street Journal

Arlington, VA ??? The workforce mobility industry reacted Tuesday to an October 25 Wall Street Journal article by Joann Lublin, ???Shareholders Hit the Roof Over Relocation Subsidies,??? which noted that new federal laws have made relocation costs… Continue reading

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Is perception reality?

At the recent HR Florida conference as I have previously discussed, a peer asked a panel of social media guru’s when his employees were collaborating if they were constantly on Facebook and Twitter? Now I open the paper this morning and find an ar… Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

Swebo taps Maryland for new U.S. headquarters Swebo Bioenergy, a Swedish bioenergy firm said it is planning to open a new Annapolis, Maryland, office, as its base of U.S. operations, after the state lobbied it to bring its business there. Swebo Bi… Continue reading

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The Corporate Training Centers of Hillsborough Community College to Offer Unique Instructional Opportunity

In conjunction with Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc.. the Corporate Training Centers at Hillsborough Community College will be offering the first of its kind int he United States a 14-hour training program for HR professionals on how to apply the s… Continue reading

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What are we leaving for the next generation workplace?

Growing up I had the opportunity to graduate from one of the top high schools in the country at the time (Mamaroneck HS class of 65) and I have to say that the education gained there went along way in providing a pathway fro the rest of my career…. Continue reading

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