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Denver Workers Struggle to Stay Awake

Nodding off occasionally at work is nothing new, but it turns out workers are more sleepy in Denver than in most other cities. According to research by staffing firm Accountemps, Denver is tied for third with Indianapolis among the nation’s sleepiest cities, after Nashville and Austin.

Preventing #MeToo in the Workplace

The list of wealthy, powerful and prominent people who have been accused of sexual misconduct in the workplace continues to grow as the #MeToo movement resonates with alleged victims who are increasingly empowered to come forward. But allegations of misconduct are not limited to the Hollywood or business elite.

Rethinking Performance Reviews

If you’re evaluating your employees’ performance only once a year, you’re missing out on many opportunities to guide and motivate them. Your team members want to hear from you as often as needed about where they are excelling or should strive to improve.

Colorado's Expansive Proposed Paid Leave Bill Advances

Colorado employees, like most employees in the country, currently have no statutory right to paid leave for health issues or to care for family members.

Don't Be Like Dilbert

There’s something universal about having incompetent leadership that we can all understand — ergo the success of the Dilbert cartoon. I doubt that any of you can get through your career without Dilbert’s boss appearing. Sad but true.

Preparing For The Worst

Luke Perry’s sudden death from a stroke at just 52 should make us all realize that the death of a spouse can happen out of the blue. Are you prepared? Have you had those serious conversations with your significant other just in case the worst happens?

In Your Business, It's All Your Fault

Here’s the bad news. You’re at fault for everything that goes wrong in your business. The good news is that there are only four reasons why and they are all fixable.

Seven Steps to a Successful Business Transition

Spring means only one thing for most of us: baseball! Around the country, families are preparing their little league stars for game day. You probably remember giving your kids some extra batting practice after you got home from work to face that unbelievable fastball thrown by the coach’s son.

Is Binge Watching Bad for Your Health?

Whether its "Game of Thrones," "Handmaid’s Tale," or a "Star Wars" or "Harry Potter" marathon, with streaming services and constant access to entertainment, we can now watch almost anything we want for a however long we want.

Tee time Nearing for City Park

Todd Schoeder straps on his hardhat and picks up the can of paint he uses to draw notes and directions on the newly sprouting grass of City Park’s fairways and greens

How to Prepare Your Business for the Future

A decade after the start of the last recession, many experts predict that we have recovered and are headed for another round. This phase is the late stage business cycle.

The Keys to the Kingdom

Two years ago I never thought much about the end of my professional career. I was still too busy making it happen. After eight years of learning his craft, my oldest son voiced a desire to take the reins.
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