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We Should Not Outsourcing Engagement

The popular as well as business media jumped on a recent story about a man in the US that unbeknownst to his employer outsourced his job to a company in China.  Apparently, the senior level programmer worked for a US … Continue reading

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The One that Got Away

Most of us have lost a key employee before.  I know that I have lost more than a few over the years and it is a regret that stays with you.  As I consider where they ended up in their … Continue reading

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Retention Readiness

The economic downturn continues to lull most organizations into a mode of operating predicated on labor supply exceeding demand.  Repeatedly, I hear leaders express that regardless of their actions, numerous people need work and would accept any conditions to gain … Continue reading

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Cost of Doing and Not Doing Maintenance

Preventive maintenance is something that many of us talk about, but never seem to get around to completing.  Basically, preventive maintenance is conducted to keep equipment or a facility working efficiently and extend its operating lifespan.  The primary goal of … Continue reading

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