Daily Archives : August 1, 2018

A Happy Accident

It could be considered fitting that Lee Cadwallader, president of Select Collision Group, got into the auto industry accidentally, as the business’s focus is helping people easily navigate the repair and insurance process after they’ve been in an accident. Yet,…

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Gen Z and Conflict at Work: What Millennial Bosses Need to Know

Generation Z, born sometime between the later 1990s and the mid-2000s, will soon enter the workforce. Like previous generations, they’ll bring many of the expectations they’ve grown up with into the workplace, and employers should be ready for a shift…

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Refocusing the Gender and Leadership Conversation

The lack of females in leadership is well acknowledged and well documented, yet the conversation is stuck. Here’s why the issue isn’t moving forward and what employers and leaders can do about it: Individuals Can Change the System The current…

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Discover Your Wine Crush in Pennsylvania’s Wineries and Vineyards

Whether you’re a neophyte when it comes to wine tasting or an enthusiast with a well-honed palate, Pennsylvania wine country provides enough variety to keep everyone in high spirits. Even if wine descriptors such as crisp, fruit-forward, complex, or velvety…

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GERD — A Burning Digestive Disorder

Acid reflux is a common occurrence, but many people may not know the technical name of the most severe type of reflux. It’s GERD, the global term for reflux, said Dr. Mark H. Johnston, a gastroenterologist with Regional GI, which…

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