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Those college grads are coming. Get set for . . . Training 101.
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An annual survey from the Society for Human Resource Management shows that job satisfaction is at its highest percentage in a decade.
Keep your employees connected to their job, company and team to maximize both satisfaction and production.
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Low turnover, better corporate culture and extreme longevity are benefits of tapping the best workers.