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May 17, 2012 – 1,090 views
Association of Business Training
Organizing a project, in the office or during your own time, can sometimes be difficult. Full Story 
April 20, 2012 – 1,125 views
It's the responsibility of most human resource departments to perform at least annual employee performance reviews. Full Story 
April 16, 2012 – 1,029 views
Communication is key when running any successful business and working in a professional setting. Full Story 
April 10, 2012 – 1,137 views
Not all managers enjoy a successful, rewarding and fulfilling career. Full Story 
March 29, 2012 – 1,099 views
Ms. Faye Cohen , Esquire - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
Observing the current political scene, it appears that we are a society which finds it easier to hate than to love our neighbors. Over the course of time, the political landscape has become so volatile, that initiating even the most minimal political topic can lead to arguments, hurt feelings, misunderstandings, etc. Years ago I enjoyed having spirited discussions with people who had far different political views than mine, and we agreed to disagree, and remain friends. Nowadays, with the Congressional approval rate hovering at 10%, and moderates of both parties fleeing Congress, intolerance, distrust, misunderstanding and hate rule the political scene. Full Story 
March 28, 2012 – 1,023 views
To make money you have to spend money has been the age old saying in business for years, but how much money is the acceptable return on the investment? Full Story 
March 27, 2012 – 1,170 views
David Ringstrom
Here are seven quick Excel tips for: converting data, amortizing tables, spanning Excel across multiple monitors, filtering for blank rows in Excel 2010, recovering unsaved workbooks in Excel 2010, identifying duplicate values in Excel 2007/2010, and recovering damaged Excel workbooks. Full Story 
March 20, 2012 – 1,002 views
Ms. Faye Cohen , Esquire - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
I am frequently contacted by persons who are astonished that they have lost their jobs for what they allege is retaliation for complaining about their supervisors, complaining about some company policy or complaining about their work conditions. What they have in common is that they all believe that their right to complain in general is somehow legally protected. That is certainly not the case for the most part, unless there is some type of law which provides this protection, usually known as a whistleblower law, or there is some legal protection for reporting waste or fraud to a government agency, like the IRS, or an oversight agency in the security industry. Those laws have very specific requirements, and still cannot protect an employee’s job, but they may provide, often many years down the road, a financial award for the reporting person. Workers may be protected if they discuss terms and conditions of employment with one another, but once again, a government agency, such as the National Labor Relations Board, would have to agree to accept their complaint, and the process involved would generally be lengthy and usually not altogether satisfying. Full Story