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How To Perform in a Performance Review

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When I first started out as a manager, I wasn’t sure who was more nervous in a performance review – me or my employee. For some reason, I was oddly nervous that I wouldn’t give a good performance in a review. Ironic. As time went on, I became more comfortable and understanding of what my employees were really looking for. Of course, they wanted to hear what they excelled in, but what I found difficult was delivering constructive criticism and…

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Building a Diverse Team and Its Benefits

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Right this second, I could pick up the phone and call someone on the other side of the world. Just a few years ago, this was not so easy, but technology has revolutionized the global marketplace and how businesses operate. With the global marketplace continually expanding, businesses are striving to do the same. The world is quickly becoming more and more diverse. Your company could do business with someone on the other side of the world or right down the…

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The Green House

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Our Corban Cares program is built on our foundational belief that we should love our neighbors as ourselves. We work hard to serve our clients, so we can donate to organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. A few weeks back, I had the opportunity to visit one of these organizations,Women Safe’s The Green House, in Ohio and meet with their executive director. Let me tell you; The Green House is doing some incredible things. The Green House is a domestic violence shelter…

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ACA: Its Future and You

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We are nearing the end of the first month in 2017, and already, we have faced some substantial changes. Of course, we are all expecting more major acts out of Washington in the future. Trump has officially taken his seat in office and began his plans for his first 100 days. With a new president also comes a new administration, and  Republicans have gained majority in Congress. It’s likely to be a busy and uncertain next couple of months. Despite…

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Nobody Likes A Bad Manager

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There are a great number of us who have horror stories about managers or supervisors who were horrible. Maybe it was a  manager who yelled, was repulsive, or downright rude and disrespectful. Whether it was at one of your first jobs or maybe later on in your career, it’s likely that you could tell a few comical anecdotes about what you and your co-workers dealt with. Now, what if you’re actually the star of one those stories? Being a good…

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Emerging HR Trends for 2017

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Human resources is constantly evolving and changing, and with the continued advances in technology, people’s habits and preferences are changing. It’s essential that human resource professionals not only learn about the habits and preferences of employees, but also use that data they collect to continuously improve the experience of candidates and employees at all levels. While many of these emerging human resources trends for 2017 may have already started, we are confident they will all become increasingly more important for…

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Have a Holly Jolly Office Christmas Party

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The month of December is filled with Christmas carols, ridiculous amounts of sugar, and spending time with loved ones. Also making an appearance – the office Christmas party. Human resources experts typically see these kinds of parties as a hot spots for potential HR mishaps. On the other hand, the office Christmas party is a great opportunity to connect, bond, and share in joy with your co-workers and employees. The trick is…

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A Message on Giving Tuesday

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This past week has sure been a busy one. We go from sharing that time with our loved ones and families on Thanksgiving to dodging the crowds and scouring for good deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Today, however, is Giving Tuesday. I love finding good deals as much as the next person, but today holds something special. It’s a chance for people to pay it forward and give to any of the charities that they hold dear to…

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Veterans: Their Skills and The Workplace

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Our thanks to veterans could never be thoroughly conveyed through words alone, but we continue to try each and every day to express our gratitude to them. Our support extends to those who have served and are currently serving, both abroad and at home. When soldiers come home, the transition from a military life to a civilian life is never an easy one. Emotionally, physically, and mentally, it is a challenging change. The lack of jobs on the market available to…

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Operation Christmas Child National Collection Week

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One of our favorite office traditions is packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. It brings us joy to pack them, but no where near the amount of joy it will bring to a child across the world. November 14th-21st is National Collection Week, meanings it’s time to get going and get those boxes packed and dropped off. Packing a box is simple! To start, all you need is a shoe box, plastic container, or an Operation Christmas Child cardboard…

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