Daily Archives : May 1, 2018

Sound Advice

Dr. Linda Gonya-Hartman, of the Hearing and Ear Care Center of Mount Joy and Lebanon, will admit that owning a business is “not for the faint of heart.” Thanks to her many years of hard work and dedication, she now…

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Family Medical Leave Act Updates for Employers and Employees

The Family and Medical Leave Act is a federal law enacted to provide eligible employees working for a covered employer with an unpaid benefit to attend to an uncustomary family or medical situation. The FMLA applies only to a covered…

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Employee Benefits Growing in Importance

Although wages receive the bulk of the attention, employee benefits are playing a more important role than ever in attracting employees, retaining them, and creating job satisfaction. The 2016 Aflac Workforces Report reveals that 55 percent of employees are at…

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How Mentoring Can Elevate Women in the Workplace

While gender parity is not a new term, the urgency to reach a more balanced gender ratio in the workplace has reached a boiling point in our world today. Women make up 48 percent of the workforce population, but their…

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7 Ways Women Can Prevent a Stroke

In the U.S., nearly 1 in 3 women will die of stroke, a “brain attack” that occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts. In fact, each…

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A Cultural and Educational Retreat Vacation

Chautauqua (“shi-TAW-kwa”) Institution is a rejuvenating retreat where its visitors treat summer as a verb. The experience is a hybrid of a college campus, a summer camp, a church revival, and a bygone era resort like Kellerman’s (a la Dirty…

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