Advisory

Achieving Work-Life Well-Being: Organizational Support, Individual Responsibility

One could argue that the concept of work-life balance originated way back in 1817 when Welsh manufacturer and labor activist Robert Owen suggested dividing the day into three equal parts – eight hours of work, eight hours of recreation, and eight hours of rest. Of course, there wasn’t much balance before the Industrial Revolution as people worked an average of 65 hours per week. Farmers lived at the farm. Shop owners lived above the shop. Most of the modern barriers between work and life didn’t exist.

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Achieving Work-Life Well-Being: Organizational Support, Individual Responsibility2021-08-20T11:18:14-04:00
succession plans

How do you solve the shortage of succession plans? Make one

Since the audience for this article comprises accountants, let’s start with a number: 35%. What is that? It is the percentage of organizations in the United States that have “a formalized succession planning process.” Meaning just a little over one-third of U.S. businesses are prepared for....

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How do you solve the shortage of succession plans? Make one2021-07-12T21:29:50-04:00

How Recognition and Appreciation Change Lives for the Better

If the pandemic has given us one positive, it’s perspective. Frankly, the business and the work are just the business and the work. The health and well-being of real people – physical, mental, and emotional – are far more important.

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How Recognition and Appreciation Change Lives for the Better2021-08-20T11:14:07-04:00

How Should a Leader Respond When a Top Performer Decides to Leave?

“Did you hear Michael is leaving? That’s a huge loss! You can’t replace someone like that. Somebody screwed up big time. What do we do now?” This is a fairly common emotional reaction in the lunchroom when a top performer leaves

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How Should a Leader Respond When a Top Performer Decides to Leave?2021-08-20T10:59:50-04:00
HHS Funding
Advisory | Mar 26, 2021

HHS Funding for Healthcare Entities is Subject to Audit and the Guidance is Not New

Advisory | Mar 26, 2021

2020 created disruption in ways that were inconceivable before the pandemic.  And probably more so for healthcare entities than any other industry.  As our hospitals and healthcare providers have focused on caring for us,

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HHS Funding for Healthcare Entities is Subject to Audit and the Guidance is Not New2021-03-26T18:27:21-04:00
HHS Funding
Advisory | Mar 16, 2021

Good News for Healthcare Entities Regarding HHS Funding Audits: Nothing New, and Maybe No Audit at All

Advisory | Mar 16, 2021

As anyone in the healthcare field knows, the demands of the pandemic stretched and strained their resources, both human and financial, at unprecedented levels. To meet the task of caring for those afflicted by COVID-19,

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Good News for Healthcare Entities Regarding HHS Funding Audits: Nothing New, and Maybe No Audit at All2021-08-20T10:54:00-04:00