Monthly Archives: September 2016
How is it possible that the US state with the highest number of Fortune 500 companies is also consistently ranked the worst state in which to do business? Welcome to California, land of opportunity, lawsuits, wealth, unemployment, highways, droughts, earthquakes, agriculture, Hollywood, Silicon Valley, farmland, beaches, deserts, forests, national parks and crowded urban centers. Or, […]
As a business, when you think about the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) you probably think accessibility. For example, “Can a mobile impaired person enter my business and navigate the space?” Some Questions You Might Not Have Considered But the ADA covers all disabilities, not only disabilities that impede mobility. That means there are some […]
How would you describe your recruiting process? How about your workforce compliance program?
Think your organization is prepared for a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau examination? You aren’t ready for the CFPB until you have undergone an audit.
That’s the million-dollar question. And the topic that our friends over at the Brandon Hall Group are diving into. With those answers in hand, they aim to gather insights about what top performing companies are doing.
What’s the difference between a system focused on learning and one that manages workforce compliance? Although the distinction may seem nebulous at first, the two systems are actually quite different, and your approach depends entirely on the problem you have at hand.
The 2016 US Presidential race is only weeks away from coming to a close, and—barring an implausible upset by a third party candidate—it’s Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump. As any reader with even a passing knowledge of politics is well aware, the Democratic and Republican candidates differ in fundamental ways on nearly every policy issue. […]
In 1985, aluminum manufacturing company Alcoa was relatively unremarkable. Yet, between 1986 and 2000, its market value increased from $3 billion to $27.5 billion. [Note – this post is an oldie but goodie – it’s a great case study that still rings true today. Enjoy!]