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401(k) Fees Hit All-Time Low: A Weekend Roundup

A new study shows that fees for 401(k) and similar plans continue to fall. The survey, conducted earlier this year, has 117 respondents from defined contribution plans with $127 billion in aggregated assets and 1.4 million plan participants. Why do fees continue to...

Become a Champion at Office Politics!

Politics Aren't Limited to Elections! Come on, don’t deny that you have been involved in office politics during your work history. It can be nasty, suck time out of your day, and is considered a waste of time by many. However, the truth is that it always will exist...

Are You Giving Employees Time Off For Voting?

Texas Law Says Yes You are either likely really excited for election season or really sick of it with no in between. Many of your employees will be interested in placing their vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, or vote in local elections come election day. Have...

Dealing With Stereotypes in the Workplace

There are all types of stereotypes that dominate office life. Whether your boss or best friend want to admit it, they have probably judged you at some point during your employment. Let’s take a look at some of the most common workplace stereotypes we have all grown...

Wal-Mart Introduces New Scheduling Program

Are you the type of business that has complex schedules with your employees rotating in and out at all hours? If so, you probably know the difficulty in keeping things together efficiently! The study An Inside Look at the Hiring and Scheduling Crisis in the Hourly...

Escaping the Workplace Rut!

Have You Gone All-In? If you have worked long enough at one company, you have probably experienced the dreaded workplace rut at some point or another. It can be hard to shake and sometimes sends people to other places of employment. While no workplace is perfect, it...

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