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We're celebrating our 20th anniversary! Corban OneSource has been tremendously blessed over the past two decades with wonderful clients, employees, and experiences. We have stood firm on our three pillars - serving our community, our Creator, and our clients. These pillars gave us something to rejoice in through the good times and guided us through in the bad. They shape who we are as a company and will continue to do so as we venture into the next 20 years.
Having optimism in your financial future sometimes feels like it’s on a sliding scale. We all have felt it, and we all have been on both ends. It’s important to remember that your employees feel it too. According to the Bank of America and Merrill Lynch’s 2017 Workplace Benefits Report, 56% of employees are stressed when it comes to their financial situation. 53% of those employees also reported that that particular stress interferes with their ability to focus and be
The War for Talent is becoming progressively more competitive. Companies are constantly trying to appeal to the best talent with all sorts of shiny and attractive offers. The War for Talent is a hot HR topic, but what is not so commonly discussed is the current, top-talent employees and their job tenure. The question is how do companies continue to attract their current employees and make them want to stay and continue to invest? Indeed conducted a survey to get
As Father's Day approaches, I am reminded of all the incredible things I have seen, heard, and experienced things fathers do for their children. Each and every story holds a special meaning, but I am drawn to the phenomenal story of Dick and Rick Hoyt, a father-son running team like no other. Team Hoyt which is a part of the Corban Cares program, has a truly inspiring story and deserves a spotlight during Father's Day festivities. Rick Hoyt was diagnosed
Since 2011, around 10,000 people of the Baby Boomer generation turn 65 every day. Now, the Baby Boomers have to ask themselves: what does retirement look like for me? Research and statistics centers have been studying the exodus of Baby Boomers since the mid-2ooos. According to Bloomberg, this exodus trend plateaued for most of 2016, but picked back up again towards the end of the year. Bloomberg writer Luke Kawa states," The number of Americans aged 65 or older without
New overtime pay rules just might be on the horizon. Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill, called the Working Families Flexibility Act of 2017, that would change the way overtime pay is offered. As a part of this law, private sector workers would have the choice to elect compensatory time in lieu of overtime pay. This bill was previously introduced in 2013 and passed by the House, but was never signed by President Obama. Currently, the United