Monthly Archives: December 2010

Are We walking the walk and talking the talk?

A recent new article about the congressional gridlock gave me a moment to pause to reflect on what goes on in our corporate environments. Every year since September 11 we have held memorial events to honor those who lost their lives in the twin to… Continue reading

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IRS releases 2011 Mileage rates

IR-2010-119, Dec. 3, 2010 WASHINGTON ??? The Internal Revenue Service today issued the 2011 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. Begin… Continue reading

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Are we ready for the changed dynamics?

The Wharton School has published an article regarding the affects of the “silver Tsunami” as older workers change their views about retiring. The article can be found at Continue reading

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Have we missed the directions?

One of the business magazines I read religiously from cover to cover each month is the latest edition of Fast Company Magazine. Several years ago in doing so I read an article by Dr. Richard Florida and got hooked on his concepts. His latest book,… Continue reading

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Cooley Godward and Kronish post minimum compensation rates for 2011

Ther law firm of Cooley, Godward and Kronish posted on their legal blog the minimum compensation rates for the coming year: 2011 Minimum Compensation Rates New Year Brings Few Changes in Minimum Compensation Rates Employers should review compensat… Continue reading

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