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Don't Leave It to Your Ex: Update Your Beneficiary Designations

Posted by Phil Scott on July 30, 2015

One of the most important pieces of information on your retirement account is also one of the most overlooked - your beneficiary designation. If you’ve been married or divorced, had children, started a business, or suffered the loss of a spouse since setting up your retirement accounts, read on.

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Topics: Retirement Savings Plans

Hiring the Right Talent Can Be Costly, but Worth the ROI

Posted by John LaMotta on July 23, 2015

When you’re looking to hire there are costs involved. A cost for a recruiter to find a qualified candidate, costs for the hiring managers to conduct the interviews, costs for on-boarding and the cost of training and bringing the candidate up to speed. Everything about bringing someone into a company costs money.

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Topics: Recruiting and Staffing

Saving and Investing in Your 30's: Plan for the Long Road Ahead

Posted by Phil Scott on July 16, 2015

Our last issue focused on the top financial planning themes facing workers in their 20s. This quarter we turn our attention to 30-somethings—and how making good choices today may help your financial well-being decades from now.


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Topics: Retirement Savings Plans

Learning in the Age of Google

Posted by Annie Inks on July 9, 2015

If you’ve been in the industry of adult education for more than ten years, you’ve likely heard someone say in the last few years or so, “I’ll just Google it.” The first time I encountered this phrase, I was actually a little offended. I thought, “Fine. Just Google it. What do you need me for? Or anyone else who could teach you something worthwhile?”


Of all the digs on Millennials, the way that they often dismiss the value of engaging with an actual person may be one of the most valid (after all, weren’t we all entitled at a young age?). But when we understand the relationship between learning and “Googling,” the needs of this up-and-coming eager generation become clear. They don’t need information, they need knowledge.

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Topics: Employee Engagement

The Steps of Change Management

Posted by Beth Thomas on July 2, 2015

Peril awaits companies that forego the change management process in system implementation. There are defined steps that a change management consultant takes to help smoothly implement a change.


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Topics: Change Management


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