Posts From the monthly archives: "June 2016"

Standing out this summer: Professional tips for maximizing productivity By: Mike McDonough Summer can be a slow time for businesses. With conferences taking people to all corners of the country and many people away on family vacations, it can seem like the warmer months might be a chilly time for your career advancement. But with…(Read More)

Hiring and Retaining Millennials Posted by Julie Shenkman, Beyond The stereotype that millennial employees are entitled and lazy has unjustly impacted the workforce; in fact, these hardworking individuals are making changes that employers are now trying to embrace. The innovation stemming from this generation has prompted employers to ramp up their efforts and hiring practices…(Read More)

Walk the Walk to Create Great Company Culture By: Teri Williams, Omnia For better or for worse, the way your company functions is a result of the culture that you create. According to Angelo Kinicki, professor of management at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, culture is “the set of…(Read More)

June Jobs Summary With Father’s Day behind us, summer is officially in full swing. The job outlook is as hot as the weather with nearly 700 openings posted currently and almost 100 having gone up in the last week alone. If you don’t see the perfect job for you, reach out to us…(Read More)

By Stephanie K. Jones Nick Galati has joined Texas-based independent insurance broker, RHSB, as assistant vice president. He is a sales executive focusing on commercial property/casualty insurance products and services for middle-market companies. Galati comes to RHSB with more than six years’ experience in … Read More Read more here:: Insurance Journal&nbsp…(Read More)

By Stephanie K. Jones The Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation has set the rate for any interest or discount provided for the third quarter of 2016 at 4.03 percent. This rate is computed by using the treasury constant maturity rate for … Read More Read more here:: Insurance Journal  &nbsp…(Read More)

Nevada motorists will have to replace their vehicle license plates every eight years. A bill approved by last year’s Legislature to address law enforcement agencies’ complaints about many plates being unreadable will go into effect July 1. Department of Motor … Read More Read more here:: Insurance Journal     &nbsp…(Read More)

The city of Boulder, Colo. has agreed to pay $64,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a former employee who says she was discriminated against after coming out as a lesbian. The Daily Camera reported that city officials on Friday said … Read More Read more here:: Insurance Journal     &nbsp…(Read More)

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