The Kiplinger Letter of May 21, 2010 expresses this thought provoking question by proposing the idea that …
Actually – there seems to be one for Human Resource type people to know about – It’s a Social Security tax break for employers that hire the unemployed, says The Kiplinger Letter…
Ever experienced “Death by PowerPoint?” Audiences expect the best; a poor presentation leaves a lasting negative impression. But, there is ‘life after death,’ says Dr. Julie Miller of Business Writing That Counts.
How will the word intolerance play out in the Arizona law signed by Gov. Jan Brewer???
A recent Dallas Morning News article suggests that the bust in the economy may become a boom for job seekers. “As boomers retire, a gap of 4 million jobs is possible.
Did you take advantage of the new deductions and credits with so many changes to tax rules for 2009? Consider these KipTips:
The New York Times reported this month that baby boomers are turning to entrepreneurship in record numbers. If you’re thinking about taking the plunge, here are a few things for you to consider
Do you feel lucky to have a job? Do you love it or hate it??
Whether you like it, love it or loathe it, social media is here to stay….here’s one way to use it in the workplace:
Economist Jeff Thredgold claims this recession — “The Great Recession” is the longest, deepest, and most painful since the Great Depression, has officially been with us since December 2007.