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Stephen went through quite the transformation through his time with The Alpha Group. From going from a part-time to full-time employee, to becoming a leader among other temporary employees, to ultimately being hired permanently with the client company, he exemplifies the ideal outcome we hope for with all of our employees.
The unemployment rate is a variable that economists routinely use to measure the health of the economy.
Thursday, 08 September 2016

Beige Book - Federal Reserve Report

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This report is published eight times per year. Each Federal Reserve Bank gathers anecdotal information on current economic conditions in its District through reports from Bank and Branch directors and interviews with key business contacts, economists, market experts, and other sources.
Each month we select an employee who demonstrates excellent work ethic through productivity and diligence, is timely and loyal, and displays behavior that promotes the needs and goals of the client company while holding to a commitment of quality and professional growth.
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Research by ASA corporate partner Monster finds that most small business owners identify hiring the wrong person for a job as a risk to the company. In the survey nearly 700 small business owners in the U.S., 89% of respondents said hiring the wrong person is a risk to the company; 51% said it is a major risk.
This guide works when bad things happen. None of the below points can happen without you paying attention. Paying attention to others, paying attention to what you care about, and—most importantly—paying attention to yourself. You’re the one in charge of your life, so take charge of it already. That’s it. Nineteen difficult rallying points for mastering your own life.
 Each month we select an employee who demonstrates excellent work ethic through productivity and diligence, is timely and loyal, and displays behavior that promotes the needs and goals of the client company while holding to a commitment of quality and professional growth.
The Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) reduced the assessment that private employers pay to the state on workers’ compensation policies to 5.6 percent of the policy premium for the new fiscal year, down from 5.75 percent during the last fiscal year.The new assessment rate is for policies that began on July 1.
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