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Perspectives

Engineers need to study and understand certain types of laws

The most successful and savvy engineers that lead and manage engineering companies need to be interdisciplinary. They must obtain a foundation in many business topics, including law as part of their personal professional development regarding the business side of the companies they own and operate.  

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The “M Word” in the workplace

While Millennials may not technically make up 50% of the US workforce until next year, it’s not as if a switch flipped on January 1.  If you’re struggling to recruit, retain and maximize the potential of this group of employees, the challenges will only likely increase as the workforce changes.

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Perform Due Diligence Prior to Investing

Before making investment decisions, it is imperative that individual investors and financial advisers learn as much as possible about the mutual funds, hedge funds and private equity investments they are considering. Performing proper and comprehensive research and analysis is critical when selecting funds and other investments for a portfolio.

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These tips can help you hire and train new workers

Hiring managers know that every new hire requires training, but Human Resource Departments are not aware of programs that exist to help and will provide financial reimbursements and/ or tax credits. I realized this when I attended a job fair two months ago, and with another job fair on January 14, I am offering these ...

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The GIG is up

Whether from desire or necessity, gig workers, those defined as independent contractors, freelancers or part-time jobbers, continue to fill gaps or take ongoing work to meet employer’s needs in an evolving workforce landscape.

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