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Sweet ideas for celebrating Valentine’s Day in the workplace

Who says, in these politically correct times, that we can’t celebrate traditional holidays and inject a little fun in the workplace without stepping on hearts? Here’s a list of sweet ideas to mark Valentine’s Day in a way that includes everyone, regardless of their current romantic status, and shows that your company has a caring heart.
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Watch out: Tax phishing scams are back

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) and the IRS are warning consumers about the return of tax scam season. However, businesses must be warned as well, considering a scammer might pose as coworker or someone from payroll.
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Top 5 blogs of 2017

2017 is now ancient history! Luckily, the insightful tips from this past year's blogs are here to stay. Let's take a look at the top five most read blogs published in 2017.
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“Missing” inactive pensioners may not be missed by DOL

Heads up, HR specialists! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is taking a Philadelphia model audit to a national platform in its search to locate pensioners who are not collecting owed retirement benefits.
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Last-minute holiday gifts fit for the gift exchange or boss!

First, let’s be clear on this -- no, I don’t receive kick-backs or samples of these products for including them on this list, so I am impartial for the most part. That said, I hope you find something here that meets your needs:
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ManagedIP Webinar: December Edition

The New Year is just around the corner. For some, that means a fresh start. In this 15-minute webinar our expert will tell you what needs to be done to your managedIP system when a familiar face leaves for a new place.
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Tolerance: Holidays besides Christmas

Sometimes it's easy to forget that Christmas is not the only holiday this festive season. In fact, tens of millions of Americans either celebrate different holidays or celebrate no holiday at all. This makes this season a fantastic opportunity to practice tolerance and appreciation toward others. And the best part? Here are four easy ways to do it:
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Biotech Review: The food you eat – what’s on the GMO horizon?

Today’s biggest agricultural challenge: producing enough food for the world’s growing population without using up all our shrinking soil and water resources. Secondarily, how can farmers reduce food toxicity in light of increasing cancer rates?
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How to host the best holiday party EVER.

Studies back this conclusion: retention is most influenced by how appreciated employees feel for the contributions they make to the company. Since money was always tight, particularly during recessionary times, we had to be inventive. Here are three of our favorite end-of-year parties:
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