My first declared major in college and loyalty to a prospective career was accounting. I had visions of being a CPA. That was so until I took my first and only cost accounting class. Shortly after completing cost accounting with a less than acceptable,.Read more
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Toledo, Ohio (October 17, 2013) – Karen Shulman, owner of loyalty and change management consulting firm, Hands-On Consulting, Inc., will be presenting a free Webinar titled It Takes Two to Tango When It Comes to Employee Loyalty on Wednesday, November 6, 2013.Read more
Toledo, Ohio – Karen Shulman, owner of loyalty and change management consulting firm, Hands-On Consulting, Inc., has been retained as a Human Resources contract employee for Pilkington/NSG Group. Karen will be providing assistance to Pilkington/NSG’s Human Resource function in such areas as training, recruiting, employee.Read more
[caption id="attachment_962" align="alignleft" width="166"] Budget for training & coaching in 2014[/caption] Heading into the 4th quarter of 2013, for those of us on a calendar year accounting basis, it is budgeting.Read more
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact Karen Shulman 419.349.2653 phone firstname.lastname@example.org www.handsonconsultinginc.com Toledo, Ohio – Karen Shulman, owner of loyalty and change management consulting firm, Hands-On Consulting, Inc., will be presenting a Time and Priority Management workshop on Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Participants from prior offerings of this workshop have benefited from the strategies, tools and tactics offered to help attendees move past.Read more
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contact Karen Shulman 419.349.2653 phone email@example.com www.handsonconsultinginc.comRead more
Surviving & Thriving in Today's Workplace Certificate Series OfferedToledo, Ohio (September 6, 2013) – Karen Shulman, owner of loyalty and change management consulting firm, Hands-On Consulting, Inc., will be presenting a three-part Essential Skills Certificate Series entitled Surviving & Thriving in Today's Workplace. This certificate program is designed.
I’ve never had children, so I can only imagine what empty nesters, especially moms, feel when their children fly the coop and head off to begin their own, independent lives. You could say I lived through it vicariously when my mother sent me, the.Read more
[caption id="attachment_913" align="aligncenter" width="344"] Generational differences in the workplace[/caption] Business mentoring programs typically pair older, more seasoned employees with younger, less experienced employees as a means to show newcomers the ins and outs of the organization.Read more
There are other objectives of mentoring programs, some of which.
[caption id="attachment_895" align="alignleft" width="355"] Matching contemporary with traditional architecture in Columbus, IN[/caption] If you wanted to attract and retain employees in your organization, you would design a plan for that, right? J. Irwin Miller, former chairman of Cummins Engine, took the concept of designing employee retention strategies.Read more
When I say to people that I'm a Certified Dream Manager, they normally respond with, "What is a Green Manager?" Guess that indicates that I don't enunciate my words very well and that the title is not at all commonplace. Once people understand that I’m a Dream (not green) Manager, they assume that means I.Read more