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March 24, 2014   |   Category: Education   |   Author: Odysseas Papadimitriou
Source - San Diego Union Tribune Experts say workplace financial literacy can reduce stress, boost productivity We all want more productive employees. Getting more out of the people you already have is obviously far more cost-effective than hiring to pick up the slack. The question is how to squeeze blood from that proverbial rock. One logical approach would be to analyze the main causes of workplace distraction for employees and then determine how to eliminate those distractions and ultimately get more done. Studies have shown stress to be one of the leading causes of workplace distraction, forcing roughly 1 million people to miss work each day and costing businesses as much as $300 billion in lost productivity each year. Even when employees are present in body, they aren’t always operating at full...
May 1, 2013   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Glenn Llopis
Source - Forbes How many times have you been in a meeting and someone says to you, “That’s a great idea, you should take the initiative and make it a reality.” What typically happens? Most of the time – nothing. Most great ideas remain dormant because people don’t have the courage, resources, time and/or money to take action. And for...
November 12, 2014   |   Category: Debt Management   |   Author: Federal Trade Commission
Companies have left people’s sensitive personal and financial information in all the wrong places — in dumpsters, on car seats, and even in employees’ backpacks. Now, the FTC has sued two debt sellers for posting spreadsheets with the sensitive information of more than 70,000 people on a public website, making it — along with information about a debt they...
August 21, 2014   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Joanne Cleaver
Source - U.S. News, Money To remain in the workforce, you can't just keep up – you have to stay a step ahead. Leverage your experience, keep up with industry trends and calibrate your energy to stay active in the workforce after retirement. The prospect of working past the traditional retirement age of 65 has become a post-recession cliché...

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