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November 12, 2019
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Why and how to hire veterans
Why and how to hire veterans
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Military veterans offer unique skills that can benefit employers, including adaptability, performing under pressure and leadership, Julianna Lopez writes. Lopez outlines what employers should know when hiring veterans and offers several resources to help find and recruit from this talent pool.
Business News Daily (11/11) 
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Design a Perfect-fit Wellness Program
In this guide you will learn how to lay the groundwork for success, the exact elements you need in your wellness program and how to get your program off to a successful start—and how to measure that success. Explore our comprehensive guide to create the right wellness program for your employees' unique needs.
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Recruiting & Retention
Flexible work plans and tips to ensure they succeed
Flexible work policies are a low-cost way to attract talent, and small businesses can start them quickly since they don't have the level of bureaucracy of large employers, write Mona Bushnell and Chad Brooks. They share options for flexible work and tips on how to implement them.
Business News Daily (11/10) 
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Traditional Leadership is Dying
Your organizations style of leadership dramatically influences workplace culture. Our 2020 research shows the old leadership model is not effective. Check out these stats on how traditional leadership compares with modern and what you can do to help.
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Leadership & Development
Dan Heath: Top Management Thinker, Entrepreneur & Best-Selling Author
The innovative business thought leader and New York Time best-selling author comes to Workhuman Live 2020. Dan Heath is the next big thing out there when it comes to innovative business thought leaders. In a word, he's unmissable. Check out our other speakers & register today!
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Strategies for Success from TrainingMag.com
Fostering a culture of accountability
A culture of accountability requires leaders to clearly articulate and follow through on expectations, says Bruce Tulgan, founder and CEO of RainmakerThinking. Tulgan outlines seven common obstacles to accountability, including waiting for other employees and reporting to multiple managers.
Training magazine (11/11) 
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Benefits & Compensation
A pre-tax option for health care reimbursement
Businesses with fewer than 50 employees can reimburse workers' health care spending with a pre-tax allowance through a Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement. Automated platforms, including PeopleKeep, offer help administering this alternative to group insurance.
Forbes (11/10) 
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The HR Leader
How to handle an absentee manager
An absentee manager can be harmful to employees, especially if that manager also shuts out workers from decision-making and networking opportunities. Here are some suggestions for handling this situation.
Fast Company online (11/9) 
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