Bringing Back HRA’s and What it Means for your Small Firm

  Good news for small businesses and employers who prefer alternative healthcare plans.   “Late last year, Congress re-authorized Health Reimbursement Arrangements for business with fewer than 50 employees. As a result, these firms won’t risk large penalties on payments they provide to workers who purchase their own health insurance. “   Despite news circling… Read more »

5 Ways to Make Your Mornings the Easiest They’ve Ever Been

  1.) Get a good night’s rest. Exercise at least 2 hours before bed, eat a light dinner and put away your devices in the bedroom (try putting them on Sleep Mode if you ABSOLUTELY need to be connected).   2.) Prep breakfasts (and lunches) the night before for a quick grab and go option…. Read more »

Diversity in the Workforce

  Our workforce is changing – and it’s a wonderful thing. According to SHRM.org and the Census Bureau, “due to projected growth among Asian, Hispanic and multiracial groups, traditionally underrepresented populations will hit majority status by 2044”. We are a country that reflects the traditions, cultures and talents of all its inhabitants and because of… Read more »

CAREERXCHANGE®, Inc. Makes Top 100 Best Companies List

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CAREERXCHANGE®, Inc. Makes Top 100 Best Companies List (July 17, 2015) — CAREERXCHANGE®, Inc. was recently named one of Florida’s Best Companies To Work For. The annual Best Companies list is featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine. One-hundred companies are ranked in small, medium and large employer categories…. Read more »

Should You Accept A Counteroffer?

So you’ve decided to take that job offer you spent months looking, applying and interviewing for. But hold on a minute. Your current employer suddenly realizes you haven’t been appreciated lately and decides to come back with an even more generous counteroffer. All of a sudden, you’ve gone from faceless desk jockey to in-demand talent,… Read more »

ACA Basics – Did You Know You Have A Penalty If You Don’t Sign Up?

“It’s an attack on your freedom!” “It’s a necessary evil to get people healthcare!” No matter what your opinion on the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate is – it is part of the law of the land and must be followed. The individual mandate is the part of the ACA that says a U.S. citizen… Read more »

Networking Tips: How Can You Get Your Foot in the Door?

Networking for professional connections is a little like Dorothy trying to find her way home in the Wizard of Oz – all you have to do is look down and realize that the solution was right there with you all along. The best way to network and get your foot in the door of a… Read more »

What is a Recruiting/HR Coordinator?

When it comes to recruiting top-notch talent, an entire team dedicated to the hiring process is often called forth in companies to get the job done. Being a Recruiting/HR Coordinator is more than just filling out paperwork and organizing interviews; this is a very critical position in the Human Rescources department of all companies. In… Read more »

What Makes a Good Job Candidate a Great One?

As a hiring manager, there are key signs to look for when interviewing a potential candidate. While most candidates that come through a professional recruiting agency or system will be ideal possible employees, you still want to keep an eye out for certain important aspects that will ensure the success of the company as a… Read more »

How To Dress For The Job You Want, Not The Job You Have

Regardless of where you are in the job market—currently employed, looking for a job, or seeking a promotion within your current field—there are specific things you can do to reach your career-related goals. In everyday life, the clothes you wear aren’t often indicative of who you are as a person, and we’re all taught not… Read more »