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August 14, 2017

Where is Work Headed?

Where is work headed? The work landscape is shifting as businesses seek to innovate and succeed against the rigors of a global economy as well as the pressures inherent in the ongoing recovery from the Great Recession. In light of this there are some compelling ideas about where working America is going. A recent report,…Read more

July 31, 2017

Busting Myths About Veteran Workers

The trouble with blanket statements is that they categorize people into inappropriate boxes. Every time I read an article pronouncing the reasons why older workers are a good fit despite what the author thinks is a shortcoming, I wince. And I’ve winced quite a lot lately. Everything from the inability of older workers to concentrate…Read more

July 17, 2017

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: A Reflection

Washington at Dorchester Heights 1806 Gilbert Stuart Museum of Fine Arts Boston Already an accomplished and respected soldier, George Washington began what would become the most significant and life-changing chapter of his life, as General and Commander-in-Chief in the American Revolutionary War, and then first President of the United States of America, at the age…Read more

July 3, 2017

Rethinking the Workforce

According to a new report, work and the workforce as we know it are changing. Shift: The Commission on Work, Workers, and Technology revealed in their recent report that nearly one-fourth of the workforce will be 55 or older by 2024. That’s more than twice the total for that age group in 1994. Moreover, the…Read more