The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for the Project. Check it out! I’m hoping for a much better turnout in 2015…Cheers! Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was… Read More ›
Month: December 2014
I wanted to take the opportunity to wish everyone a joyous and blessed holiday spent with your family and loved ones! I hope St. Nick was good to you this year! Merry Christmas! – Ernie
As the temperature continues to dip and we move in “sweater season,” here’s some humorous advice from HR for some of the more well endowed ladies to help you avoid awkwardness at the office. Enjoy!
For employers who hire active reserve component members into exempt level positions (for a listing of exempt level positions, click here), there are certain salary requirements that employers must meet during an employee’s leave of absence for military duty…. Read More ›
I recently attended a month-long military HR training course, for the most part, it was definitely a learning experience. As in all things Army…nothing can even be simple…the Army has a lot of different HRIS systems all of which… Read More ›