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Sixty Percent Don’t Get It

By Helen Kuhl Posted: 01/19/2010 2:00AM

A local radio DJ was talking a few days ago about a new survey among American workers regarding how happy they are in their jobs. The key finding was that 60 percent are unhappy, and when the economy gets better, they plan to bolt.

Unexpected consequences?

By Helen Kuhl Posted: 01/19/2010 2:00AM

Will this change the face of the industry?

Green building trends for 2010

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 01/17/2010 2:00AM

Online green building magazine Jetson Green recently published two lists containing the top ten green building trends for 2010, with both suggesting continued growth.

Where did the time go?

By Helen Kuhl Posted: 01/04/2010 2:00AM

The January issue of Custom Woodworking Business magazine marks the beginning of the publication’s 20th year.

Here's to Better Days (or Why 2011 Will Be Better Than 2010)

Posted: 01/03/2010 2:00AM

Congratulations if your business survived 2010 because that means you also made it through 2008 and 2009. 2011 should be better and (fingers crossed) 2012 should be relatively great. But the New Year won't be without obsticles.

How will healthcare reform legislation affect your business?

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 12/22/2009 2:00AM

If you are paying any attention to the news during 2009, then you know that legislation to reform the healthcare industry is on the horizon. Whether the bills are good or not, or whether the final bill will be for that matter, is up for discussion.

Be Aware: Legislation that Can Impact Your Company

By Tom Dossenbach Posted: 12/16/2009 2:00AM

The “Card Check Act” is again before Congress. (See May 2009 Management Matters) The “Employee Free Choice Act” (EFCA) actually is a misnomer in that this bill will take away the right of employees to determine through a secret ballot whether or not they want union representation.

'Better All the Time'

By Helen Kuhl Posted: 12/11/2009 2:00AM

One of the underlying tenets of lean manufacturing is establishing a mindset of “continuous improvement” — a thought process of always looking at what you are doing to see if you can find ways, big and small, to do them better.

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