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Is Your Company Prepared for an Epidemic?

Fear, gossip, and misinformation about the Coronavirus are spreading faster than the actual virus.  And while it is never a good time to panic, there are some simple things you can do now to protect you and your business. A comprehensive crisis plan for your company...

The Gamble of Betting in the Office

The Super Bowl. The Oscars. March Madness.  It seems like it’s always gambling season.  And likely there is one person in your office who is ever ready to get some friendly wagering started. The fact that any kind of gambling is illegal in most states is likely enough...

Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Program in Colorado

As family leave makes headlines in Colorado, it is worth examining some of the details of the proposed legislation.  This type of leave could have a significant impact on employers and employees state-wide.  The specifics of this particular bill can be confusing; “who...

New Year, New Goals

By now, you’ve likely already had more than one conversation about the new year and goal setting. January can be a perfect time to stop, adjust, and start with a clean slate. The new calendar typically marks a time of change and renewal for everyone....

Experience Professional Growth – Navigating Coaching in 2020

As the year draws to close, many leaders look for ways to do better and be more effective in the coming year. If your thoughts are taking you in this direction, it may be time to invest in executive coaching. Coaching allows you to personalize a program that will...

Employee Rewards Beyond Money

As company culture evolves and employees become savvier about their workplace experience, the topic of recognition and reward is vital. Appropriate compensation for everyone is a must, but your employees are likely seeking more than just a paycheck.

New FLSA Law coming January 2020

Earlier this year, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final ruling that increased the salary threshold at which workers are eligible to receive overtime compensation. According to the DOL, this change has the potential to impact more than 1 million Americans. Look for this change to take effect January 1, 2020. Are you ready?

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