Ten Employee Training Tips By AllBusiness.com Well-trained employees are the key to your small business success. Studies have shown that the most successful, productive employees are those who have received extensive training. They’re the cream of the crop, and often have the strongest stake in the company’s future. In an ideal world, you would be… Read more »
How To Create Your Own Opportunities At Work When your job isn’t giving you room to grow, make some. [Photo: distelpics via Pixabay] Ximena Vengoechea 02.01.17 5:00 AM You’re a hard worker, just like you said at your job interview. In all your time at your company, you’ve done consistently good work. You’re reliable…. Read more »
Happy Birthday Suzanne Young! Suzanne, may all your birthday wishes come true, today and every day. Your birthday is a promise that life has more to offer you, more plans to make, more goals to reach and more dreams to see come true. It’s a pleasure to wish you a happy birthday! Let’s… Read more »
Managing people If Your Boss Could Do Your Job, You’re More Likely to Be Happy at Work Benjamin Artz Amanda Goodall Andrew J. Oswald December 29, 2016 “People don’t quit bad jobs, they quit bad bosses,” according to an old saw. Our research suggests there’s truth behind this saying: bosses matter far more for employee… Read more »
Happy GPS Anniversary Terri Stone! Thank you Terri for everything you do for all of our GPS locations…and especially processing our expense checks and paying our vendors!! 🙂 Congratulations Terri on your anniversary with the GPS team! We look forward to many more successful years with you! Enjoy your day and your cheesecake!
New Form I-9: Key Changes HR Needs to Know email@example.com By Roy MaurerJan 17, 2017 Employers have until Jan. 22, 2017, to get up to speed on using the newest version of the Form I-9, marked 11/14/2016. The version that has been in effect since 2013 (marked 03/08/13) will become obsolete on that date…. Read more »
Do You Have Any Questions for Me? “Do you have any questions for me?” Don’t get stumped by this common interview question! Answer “no”, and you might as well start looking for another job. So why do interviewers ask if you have any questions? They want to find out three important things: Did you do… Read more »
Minimum Wage Increases In Store For Many In 2017 12.19.16 Fisher Phillips Legal Alert While the federal minimum wage has remained steady at $7.25 for the past seven years, many state and local jurisdictions have set their own minimum rates higher than the federal level. And, of course, when a local jurisdiction mandates a rate… Read more »
Happy Birthday Robin Steigler! Robin, we are so excited to have you as part of the GPS Family at GPS Hot Springs! We wish you a wonderful birthday! Let’s celebrate the beginning of another wonderful year in your life! Enjoy your day, your way!
GPS Holiday Recipes ~ Green Punch Recipe courtesy of Trisha Yearwood submitted by Debbie St. Mark at GPS Corporate. Yields: 1 gallon Ingredients: • Two .13-ounce packets unsweetened lemon-lime drink mix, such as Kool-Aid • 2 cups sugar • One 46-ounce can pineapple juice • 12 ounces frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed • 32 ounces ginger… Read more »