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Consumerization is pushing human resources technology vendors to embrace customer service or risk losing business.

By: Martianne Stanger Fall has arrived! And with it, are weekends jam-packed with festivals, family happenings, and community events. If you are a lover of living history and outdoor sportsmanship …

On September 12, 2018, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (“CFPB”) announced an interim final rule (“Rule”) to be effective September 21,...

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By: Cheryl Maguire In an attempt to break the deafening teen silence during breakfast, I began a conversation. “So I saw a meme . . .” Laughter erupted from my twin teens. “It’s pronounced MEEEM, n…

We each have our favorite, but should we all be slogging away on the treadmill or braving the roads to get our running fix? Here are some vital points to consider for when planning your next training program.

8 min readOne of the most interesting challenges in the field of people analytics at the moment is to create a data-driven culture in HR. If you already have a great people analytics ‘machine’ in place, with all the governance, processes, and tech, you still need HR professionals to make this machine actually work and…

The past few weeks have seen some major marathons take place on the international racing scene. The London Marathon, for example, took place April 22 in the warmth of a spring heatwave. While seasoned marathoners may be acclimatized to the effects of running such a distance, those less experienced marathoners may well be feeling the effects afterwards! Here are some top tips on how to recover quickly from a marathon, or any other endurance event.

Changes in balance and gait can be an indication of incipient neurologic disease, such as Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease. But there is evidence that there can be subtle changes in balance, and thus concern about neurologic injury, in young adults who engage in sports that involve blows to the head. A study authored by Dr. John Jeka of the University of Delaware found that soccer players who moved the ball more often by heading it were more likely to have problems with…

Resting the arm is essential until your physical therapist says it’s time to begin therapy. He/she will develop a plan of specialized exercises that help you maintain flexibility, range of motion, and strengthen tendons and muscles. Splints and counterforce braces may be used for stabilization and to distribute pressure throughout the area instead of just on the tendons
During the healing process, your physical therapist may…

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As children with autism enter their teenage years, educational programming should begin to focus on adult independent living skills, including vocational and employment skills. Regulations require that a child’s parents and a team of professionals begin to plan for the transition to adulthood when the child turns 14, and begin to implement that plan when the child turns 16
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