Monthly Archives: December 2010

What if we gave a party for the most talented and no one showed?

As human resource professionals, we are charged with finding the most talented candidates to fill the positions within our organizations. But what would you do if the most talented are not available to you? Dr. Richard Florida in his book, “Flight… Continue reading

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Department of Labor releases guidance on Lactation Rule

In a legal alert from Fisher and Phiilps : The U.S. Labor Department has now published what it calls its “preliminary interpretations” and a request for information regarding the federal Fair Labor Standards Act lactation-break amendment we wrote … Continue reading

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Relocation Announcement

SunCoke Energy will relocate its headquarters from Knoxville, Tennessee, to west suburban Lisle, IL Continue reading

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Talent Shortage is Real

Wolters Kluwer Employment and Law Business Notice today carried the following notice: Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Companies worldwide view talent as biggest obstacle to future growth, Towers Watson finds As companies worldwide b… Continue reading

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Reflections on 2010 and perspective on 2011

The past year has been one of twists nad turns that has brought us to a diferent place then I have been in before. We thank our clients and partners for the path we have now finding ourselves walking. Give me the liberty of pondering verbally on s… Continue reading

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Race to Nowhere

As I do typically every morning I watch a portion of the Today show before getting on the computer. This morning they had a segment with the documentary producer who create a film that is making a stir across this country. The premise behind the f… Continue reading

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On the road to perfection have we lost our way?

Return for a minute with me to the late 60’s. I know if you remember the period you were supposedly not part of the time period.But it was a time when the way we taught our next generation was different then today. I cam out of college in this era… Continue reading

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