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Posted by Nikki Morrison on Thu, March 28, 2019

If you’ve ever had a young child of your own or have been around nieces or nephews, you’ve probably witnessed the overwhelming panic - and corresponding tantrum - associated with being separated from a favorite belonging. For many kids, it’s something plush like a stuffed animal or soft linen, and it has the superpower of making the most troubling situations seem okay. If you happen to misplace this beloved item, beware. The concept of a security blanket is introduced to us at a young age, but the need for security stays with us as our lives ebb and flow.




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Posted by Nikki Morrison on Thu, March 14, 2019

We’ve all heard the phrase “married to our job.” For many people, the hard truth is that one-third (or more) of our time as adults is spent at work, and at times you may even spend more time with your work family than your nuclear family. There are quite a few similarities between the two types of relationship as well. Employees want a job that provides a sense of meaning and offers them the opportunity to feel accomplished, fulfilled and satisfied. These same desires are commonly expressed in romantic relationships. Likewise, in each of these relationships, we want to wake up each day with some level of excitement and anticipation about the hours ahead.


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Posted by Nikki Morrison on Thu, February 7, 2019

Super Bowl LIII has come and gone. For the past few weeks, there existed varying degrees of fanfare around the different elements that combine to make up Super Bowl Sunday. Then, on game day, cohorts congregated across the country for watch parties. Many tuned in solely for the commercials and half-time performances or tagged along with friends for the appetizers and camaraderie. Even those with no affinity for sports had the chance to gain something from the day by cheering on the competitors in Puppy Bowl XV!

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, January 30, 2019

The hottest job market in decades has presented significant challenges for hiring managers. After more than eight years of U.S. job growth, hiring managers have had to adjust to conditions where candidate experiences and employee expectations matter more than ever.

To gain a first-hand perspective on what’s working and what isn’t, we interviewed hiring managers from different sectors. Download Five Hiring Managers Discuss Today’s Toughest Challenges to learn how:

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