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4 Ways to Improve Your Company’s Team-Building Activities

Whether your company is a growing startup or an established mid to large-size business, the importance of bringing employees together and giving them a strong sense of direction for the future is a critical step. One way that companies try to do that regularly is through team-building activities. To ensure that your efforts in that […]

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CBG Benefits to Speak at the 2014 NEHRA Conference on Mobile Technology and HR

On October 9th, CBG Benefits will have the exciting privilege of speaking at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA). The title of the presentation that will be delivered is “It’s a Mobile World: How Smartphones and Tablets Impact your HR Efforts“. This presentation will be delivered by Chris Costello, Principal […]

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4 Ways to Get More out of Employee Performance Reviews

To help employees understand the expectations their employer has of them, many organizations rely on the performance review process. However, for many companies, that process tends to be one that is rushed; as a result, employees may feel alienated as employers fail to provide any real insight regarding employee performance. To help ensure that your […]

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Achieving Goals through Alternative Employee Benefits

As employers look for ways to achieve their goals regarding employee recruitment and retention, many have started to look at alternative benefits as a source of help. I recently had the chance to offer insight on that topic in an article that was published by SHRM. Entitled “Achieving New Goals with Alternative Benefits“, the article […]

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