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Americans leave vacation days on the table

More than half of American workers don’t use all of the vacation time allotted to them by employers, according to a recent national survey published in Marketwatch. Why? “Fear,” says Scott Dobroski, career trends analyst at Glassdoor. “That’s the underscoring theme.” Some 28% of workers told Glassdoor they fear getting behind while they’re sitting on… read more

Human Resources Tips: Dealing with slacker employees

  We all know there are many benefits to owning a business. But we also all know there are a few undeniable downsides, like firing employees. So how do you handle it when a valued employee’s performance suddenly drops off? Or maybe your organization is growing in a different direction creatively, culturally or even hierarchically?… read more

When will the economy feel better?

Though the recession has been over for five years, and GDP recaptured its previous peak some time back, for many, the economy still feels punk. In fact, according to Kiplingers, surveys show some people think the country is still in recession. Certainly, growth has been sluggish. Annual GDP gains haven’t topped a middling 2.5% since… read more

Butch Anderson Recognized For Public Service

(Reno, Nevada) – Butch Anderson, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, Personal Financial Specialist and Managing Shareholder at Muckel Anderson CPA’s was recently recognized by the Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants for his years of community service with the organization’s annual Public Service Award. Much of Anderson’s public service focus has been on organizations… read more

Men vs. Women – Who makes a better leader?

In 2012, women held just 3.8% of Chief Executive Officer positions in Fortune 500 companies, and 90 out of 535 seats in US Congress. Much has been written about why women are so severely underrepresented in senior leadership – from poor childcare provisions to institutional bias. According to this article from Forbes, one thing researchers… read more