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How to identify employees that will fit your company culture

Marianne Stenger •
Business2Community

089photoshootings / Pixabay Employee turnover can cost a business in numerous ways, from the logistical costs of recruiting and training a new employee to lost productivity while the new employee is brought up to speed. Vetting potential hires and testing for cultural fit can improve employee satisfaction, engagement, and retention, and one recent survey of

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Five Ways To Bring More Diversity Into Your Organization

Christine Comaford •
Forbes
5 Ways To Bring More Diversity Into Your Organization

Shutterstock   Is your company as diverse as it could be?    Workplace diversity has rightly become a top priority, with 57% of recruiters saying they have strategies designed to attract a more diverse pool of candidates.   Why Diversity?   It’s been shown that diverse organizations reap tremendous benefits. More diverse companies have more creativity, stronger innovation, and increased market share.  Diverse

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Here’s how much money seven real couples spent on their wedding

Hillary Hoffower •
Business Insider
Wedding venue

Modern-day weddings have a notorious reputation for being pricey. On average, Americans spend roughly $33,391 on their weddings, according to The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study. But that doesn’t mean they can afford it. More than 74 percent of couples will go into debt for wedding costs, reports Student Loan Hero.  But, of course, how

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Liz Weston: How to help your parents protect their money

LIZ WESTON •
The Associated Press
Liz Weston: Retirement advice from retired financial experts

Our financial decision-making abilities peak in our 50s and can decline pretty rapidly after age 70, researchers tell us. That’s how otherwise smart older people fall for sweepstakes frauds, Nigerian investment schemes and the grandparent scam, where con artists pretend to be grandchildren in a financial jam. But few people want to hear that they’re

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Looking to drive out hiring biases? There’s an app for that

Kate O’Keeffe •
Employee Benefit News
Coworkers discussing in meeting room at creative office

Technology and society are changing so fast that it’s hard to imagine what the world might look like in 10 or 20 years. In the midst of the doom-and-gloom predictions about workplace disruption and jobs lost to automation, there is solid research that predicts AI will actually create more jobs than it eliminates —including some

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