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A Guide to Diversity in Citizenship, Immigration, and National Origin in the Workplace?

HR Digest

Creating a Safe Harbor for Employers Navigating the complexities of immigration and employment laws can leave employers feeling lost at sea. However, there are provisions and strategies that can provide a safe harbor for employers and help them navigate the compliance landscape.

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5 Safe Decisions That Aren’t So Safe

N2Growth Blog

What we don’t need is more leaders who hide in safe harbors. Leaders don’t get paid to make safe decisions; they get paid to make the right decision. Leadership leadership and decision making Leadership Decisions making the right decision Mike Myatt safe decisions in business'


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Independence and Leadership: Lessons from the 4th of July

Skip Prichard

Sail away from the safe harbor. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Catch the trade winds in your sails. ” — Mark Twain Embrace Uncertainty The decision to declare independence was risky.

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Mills Scofield

Innovation Leadership Maine Safe Harbor' Because I must be attentive to tidal variations, especially during full and new moons, I will not be blogging as frequently during this period. In the interim, feel free to read through the archives. including Red, Right, Returning.

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Your True Intent Matters When Preserving Your DMCA Safe Harbor Protection

Managing Communities

Please Update Your RSS Feed Subscription This feed has moved to: [link] I apologize for the trouble. For more details, please read my post on the matter. Thank you.

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What I Learned When I Quit the Rat Race

Lead Change Blog

Sail away from the safe harbor. Transitioning to a New Way of Life. “20 20 years from now you will be disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Discover.” – Mark Twain.

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401(k) Plans: 20 Things You Should Know

HR Digest

Safe harbor contributions: Safe harbor contributions are a type of employer contribution that allows companies to avoid certain testing requirements for their 401(k) plans. Profit-sharing contributions: Profit-sharing contributions are made by the employer and are based on the company’s profits for the year.