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Most Millennials Hate their Jobs. Here’s How to Fix it
Mon, 06/6/16 | 11 Comments
Most Millennials Hate their Jobs. Here’s How to Fix it

On the whole, a good percentage of Americans hate their jobs.
But what about millennials? Turns out they outpace every other generation in their hate for their jobs.
In a recent Gallup poll,

The majority of millennials (55%) …

An Overview of the New Overtime Rules & How they Could Impact you
Wed, 06/1/16 | No Comment
An Overview of the New Overtime Rules & How they Could Impact you

The U.S. Department of Labor recently issued new overtime rules as an update to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) that could have an impact on millions of workers. You might be one of them, …

What is the Middle Class? & How do we Save it?
Mon, 12/14/15 | 9 Comments
What is the Middle Class? & How do we Save it?

The Shrinking Middle Class
Pew Research Center grabbed headlines this past week with their analysis of U.S. Census data in a super-interesting 74 page study. I read through it – all of it. Pew’s biggest eye-opening …

Happy Workers are Productive Workers (& Fearful Workers are Not)
Mon, 11/30/15 | 4 Comments
Happy Workers are Productive Workers (& Fearful Workers are Not)

GDP is the measure of productivity that determines the overall health of the economy. A Nobel laureate economist once said, “Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything. A country’s ability …

Open Enrollment Deserves your FULL Attention. Here’s Why
Mon, 11/9/15 | 2 Comments
Open Enrollment Deserves your FULL Attention. Here’s Why

Last week, I received a note from my employer’s HR department that open enrollment for 2015 benefit elections had started. I instantly got a little giddy.
Every year, I get geeked out to find out if …

An Education and Career Reality Check
Mon, 10/12/15 | 16 Comments
An Education and Career Reality Check

My wife and I attended tailgate reunion (the best kind of reunion, in my opinion) with her university degree graduating class before the Michigan State/Air Force football game. Collegiate reunions are rare, but she graduated …


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