Given the growing concern among staffing companies about the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as Obamacare, R. A. Cohen Consulting sent a survey to staffing company owners to measure their actions and concerns about this legislation that will go into effect on January 1, 2014. Sam Sacco, one of the partners at the company, recently sent us the results of the survey.
You may have found the past year has been riddled with indecision and apprehension regarding many important issues: the economy, jobs, politics, healthcare, and government spending, to name a few. The list could go on forever. This past year left many people feeling somewhat out of control. In response to everything that was up in the air in December, you may have made a concerted effort to create goals for the New Year that only you can control the progress on.
During my tenure as a CEO, my Board of Directors never challenged me with questions pertaining to corporate culture. I wasn’t surprised in the least. Jacobs Suchard Directors expected me to run their North American operation as an entrepreneurial enterprise, and as long as the returns were acceptable, they assumed I was doing just that.
I’ve got bad news for millennials trying to shake the labels foisted upon them by older generations – I am a living, breathing confirmation of these stereotypes. If you’re not familiar with what folks are saying about millennials in the workplace, the following are some common stereotypes:
Do you say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”? It’s thought that saying “Happy Holidays” is a broad enough greeting to cover all the holidays during this time of year and will prevent offending someone who doesn’t celebrate Christmas.
According to a recent Rasmussen Reports survey, ninety-two percent (92%) of Americans say they celebrate Christmas in their family.