Archive for the ‘Portage County Living’ Category

22Aug

Oh, Snap! Scientists Are Turning People’s Food Photos Into Recipes

Written By: LAUREL DALRYMPLE When someone posts a photo of food on social media, do you get cranky? Is it because you just don’t care what other people are eating? (continued).

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22Aug

Recognition Can Help You Win (and Keep Winning) the Talent War

Written By Phil Stewart  The battle for talent is as fierce as it has been in nearly a decade, prompting business leaders to reexamine people strategies and practices in order to (continued).

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15Aug

Celebrating Elementary Superheroes!

Content provided by https://www.renaissance.com/lp/elementary-educators-are-heroes/

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27Jul

Free Lunch is Worthless & Other Employee Satisfaction Secrets

By Portage County Business Council

Written By: Bryce Maddock, CEO, TaskUs As I mentioned in my last article, employers spend big money on employee perks, with some Silicon Valley companies spending up to a cool $26,000/year per (continued).

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21Jul

Ignite Member Spotlight: Jenny Piotrowski

By Portage County Business Council

Jenny Piotrowski {{Connect on LinkedIn}}   Occupation: Business Development Coordinator at Footlocker.com/Eastbay How long have you lived/worked in Portage County?  I’ve lived in Portage County my entire life. I have been (continued).

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22Jun

Career Advice No One Tells You

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21Jun

Needs Assessment to Help You Close Your Gaps

Mid-State Technical College is Committed to Your Successful Business It is a leader’s role to accomplish organizational transformation and create a thriving enterprise in which politics, unhealthy conflict and confusion (continued).

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12Jun

Tools for Business Success

By Portage County Business Council

While there is a lot of conversation about talent attraction and retention based on challenging demographics, business retention is another cornerstone of what we do at the Portage County Business (continued).

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26May

Local employers combat workforce deficit

By Maria Szatkowski featured story from http://www.wsaw.com/content/news/Regional-Talent-Summit-424359883.html Employers tackled ways to bring jobs to north central Wisconsin Thursday’s Regional Talent Summit hosted by several Chambers of Commerce. Wausau, Marshfield, Merrill and Portage (continued).

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26May

Partners In Education

By Portage County Business Council

 … , , , ,    . . … . .   It has been a busy spring for Partners in Education programming. Most recently, PIE hosted mock interviews for (continued).

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