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If you really want to start making an impact in HR, forget about complicated analysis and predictive modeling for now. Start with building a solid administration that is complete, accurate and topical. And yes, we can use algorithms for that, so it doesn’t have to be boring at all.

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It looks like organisational agility is the new black. But how do we get there? There is already a rich source of literature on agile practices that we should consider. However, our research has suggested that HR is less certain on how to adjust their processes to facilitate it. The good news is: we have identified 5 building blocks you should focus on to enable an agile organisation
Looking back to the 20th century industrial age, the success of manufacturing depended on repetitive,…

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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…

Are users of cannabinoids slowly going blind and not knowing it? Cannabidiol has been shown to cause the transient glaucoma symptom of high eye pressure. Cannabidiol-CBD is the nonpsychoactive ingredient found in marijuana and hemp. There needs to be more research related to cannabinoids, including CBD. Not once, but twice, the media and the public have failed to notice research findings that CBD spikes the pressure of eyes in animals.

Summer is here;and as many of us start planning summer picnics, barbecues, and other outdoor parties, it’s important to brush up on our food safety tips to ensure that everyone stays healthy. Eatin…

Categories: ASD and DD, Adult-focused
By Margaret Walsh, M.A., BCBA
Going on vacation is always an exciting experience, but if you will be traveling with an individual with an Intellectual Disability (ID), it can also be an excellent opportunity to increase his independence and expand his sense of community. With good planning and support, vacationing with someone with ID can be a fun and rewarding experience…

Categories: ASD and DD, Child-focused
By Erica Kearney, M.A., BCBA, LABA
Many children, with and without developmental disabilities, are described by their parents to be picky, or selective, eaters
Some selective eaters will only consume a small variety of foods. Most parents report that their children may only eat a few different foods, but their appetites are very good. In my experience, both as a professional…

Categories: ASD and DD, Child-focused
By Sarah A. Weddle, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA
As the July 4th holiday approaches, here’s a brief planning exercise to increase the likelihood this patriotic and spirited holiday will be fun for your child with autism or related disabilities, and your entire family
First, grab a sheet of paper and a pencil. This exercise is an opportunity to hone your sleuthing skills as a behavior detective. Next, draw a line through the center of the paper. On the top…

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