• Not Yet Quittin’ Time: Keeping Employee Retention Top of Mind

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Every once in a while, the Internet explodes with excitement over a certain kind of scandalous story that we all seem to love: people quitting their job in a very epic way. Remember the flight attendant who got on the intercom and cussed out the passengers, grabbed two beers from the galley kitchen...

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  • Small but Mighty: Celebrating Small Businesses

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    You know we love those lists. Here’s one: Things that are small, but incredibly important: White blood cells: These little beauties protect your body by fighting off nasty diseases and germs, all without you realizing it, making them the world’s tiniest ninjas. Gemstones: Ladies will ...

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  • Little Tradesman

    This September, Celebrate Tradesmen

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Have you noticed that there are suddenly an awful lot of strange holidays? Here are just some – not even all – of the weird ones from August, for example: Aug. 1: National Raspberry Cream Pie Day Aug. 2: National Ice Cream Sandwich Day Aug. 5: National Underwear Day Aug...

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    GPS Tracking Isn’t Just for Fleets, It’s for Animals, Too!

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Let’s set the record straight – we love to talk about GPS vehicle tracking! And while businesses with fleets in any industry benefit from knowing where their trucks are and driver’s behavior behind the wheel, they aren’t the only things that benefit from some good old GPS tra...

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  • middle man

    Stuck in the Middle with You: The Joys & Pains of Being the Middleman

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Depending on the situation and your perspective, there are advantages to being both first and last. In sports and political campaigns, coming in first is always the preference – just ask the Golden State Warriors, Bernie Sanders, John Kasich or any number of other not-quite-winners if the...

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    What “Mad Men” Can Teach You about Hiring a Stellar Team

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    It’s been about a year since “Mad Men” — perhaps the ultimate workplace show — went off the air. But the show still resonates. The characters had their flaws, yes, but each contributed critical traits to the success of the agency. Putting together your own team of emplo...

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  • employee training program

    Topic: Developing Effective Training Programs

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Cue Alice Cooper: School’s out for summer. Well, if you’re a kid. But the dirty little secret of adulthood is that learning is a year-round practice — especially when your business is implementing new technologies. So how do you roll out an effective training program, especially wh...

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  • workplace technology

    Something Old, Something New: Incorporating Technology into the Workplace

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    It’s always interesting to see how different generations view each other. When you’re a kid, you think everyone over 30 is old, and everyone over 40 has one foot in the grave. In fact, a recent article in the Mirror featured a Twitter user who received a birthday card detailing what youn...

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  • route optimization

    Get Your Motor Runnin'--Head Out On A Road Trip

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Summer road trips have been a fine American tradition since mass-produced automobiles made having a car affordable. The Mother Road, Route 66, is about to celebrate its 90th birthday, making this summer the perfect time to head out on the open road. Remember, a road trip is less about getting from P...

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  • Payroll Software system

    Taking the Pain Out of Payroll

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    Imagine having a personal assistant at your beck and call to do all the little time-sucking things everyone dreads – pick up dry-cleaning, run to the store, sort through junk mail, field calls, pay bills. The rich, famous and high-rollin’ know exactly what that’s like, and never ha...

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