Tag: Employee

Employee steals from Wellington store a second time

Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach Police

Drugs: A teen known to be under a court-ordered curfew was spotted in the 3800 block of Pinewood Avenue. While acknowledging he has a curfew, the teen said he did not have a phone with him and was unaware of the time. He was arrested. A subsequent search turned up crack cocaine in the pocket of his jeans. 

DUI: A man was found passed out at the wheel of a vehicle in the 1000 block of Okeechobee Boulevard. Police were unable to rouse the driver, who was slouched over the steering wheel, and had to force open the locked vehicle. The driver had bloodshot, glassy eyes and slurred speech, and he smelled of an alcoholic beverage. An empty 12-pack of mango White Claw was found in his back seat. An empty can of the beverage was in his cupholder. The man admitted to

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Business Intelligence: How Organizations Use Employee Monitoring Data

It’s a common myth that employee monitoring software is for spying on employees and micromanaging how they spend their time at work. In reality monitoring employee computer activity provides companies with the insights they need to understand how their workforce operates. In this article I’ll provide you with examples of how organizations use employee monitoring data to improve their business intelligence.

Make data-informed management decisions

Business data is incredibly powerful for making informed management and business planning decisions. This data allows you to find trends and patterns that allow you to analyze existing business processes and improve them.

Monitor trends in employee productivity

An organization’s historical computer usage data can be integrated into business intelligence tools such as Tableau or BigQuery to gain advanced insights into employee productivity trends. Employee performance monitoring and analytics provide insights on both a granular level (individual users or workgroups) and on a high level

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RNC paid private-sector employee and ally of Postmaster General DeJoy for consulting work

WASHINGTON (AP) — A former executive who worked in the private sector for Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was recently paid by President Donald Trump’s re-election effort, according to a new campaign finance disclosure.

Joe Hauck, who was formerly vice president of sales and marketing for DeJoy’s New Breed Logistics, was paid $3,000 by the Republican National Committee in August for “management consulting,” records filed on Sunday with the Federal Election Commission show.

DeJoy faces an investigation by House Democrats who are exploring allegations that he encouraged employees at his former business to contribute to Republican candidates and then reimbursed them in the guise of bonuses, a violation of campaign finance laws.

Hauck helped his then-boss in the endeavor by soliciting donations from employees, the Washington Post reported. He and DeJoy have previously denied that employees were pressured to donate.

Hauck did not respond to a request for comment Monday.

RNC

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Employee Pooling, LLC Announces Appointment of Steven Lacher as Vice President of Business Development

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Employee Pooling, LLC announced on Friday the appointment of Steven Lacher to their leadership team as Vice President of Business Development. The appointment follows a steady surge in EP’s Business Development and the need for a trusted industry veteran who is aligned with EP’s vision and mission.

Lacher will be directly in charge of managing EP’s 120+ national account relationships and overseeing national account operations. He will primarily focus on expanding national sales activity alongside other members of the leadership team.

Tom Gray, Founder and CEO of EP, states, “I am thrilled to be working with Steven again. Our relationship spans nearly two-decades and we speak the same language when it comes to providing best-in class-systems and solutions to BGAs and financial institutions. Steven is a problem-solver; that, combined with his vast experience and industry insight lends to his ability to

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Employee Pooling, LLC Announces Appointment of Steven Lacher as Vice President of Business Development – Press Release


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – September 14, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

​​Employee Pooling, LLC announced on Friday the appointment of Steven Lacher to their leadership team as Vice President of Business Development. The appointment follows a steady surge in EP’s Business Development and the need for a trusted industry veteran who is aligned with EP’s vision and mission.

Lacher will be directly in charge of managing EP’s 120+ national account relationships and overseeing national account operations. He will primarily focus on expanding national sales activity alongside other members of the leadership team.

Tom Gray, Founder and CEO of EP, states, “I am thrilled to be working with Steven again. Our relationship spans nearly two-decades and we speak the same language when it comes to providing best-in class-systems and solutions to BGAs and financial institutions. Steven is a problem-solver; that, combined with his vast experience and industry insight lends to his ability to identify

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Using Business Training Simulations And Employee Development For Strategic Change

President of Simulation Studios, where he utilizes business simulations within the top global corporations.

It’s hard to argue against the fact that times have changed so greatly in such a short amount of time. For example, in the first half of 2020, the market experienced its worst first quarter ever, with volatility that makes even the Great Depression seem calm. Not only has the market become a source of uncertainty, but future consumer buying habits are also up for grabs. Many companies have been forced to make systemic changes to their corporate strategy. In a recent Forbes article titled “A CEO Cheatsheet for Business Strategy After Covid-19,” Bob Zukis writes, “While every company regularly makes changes within their business system to optimize, react and respond to opportunity and threat, they rarely make wholesale changes to their entire business system.”

Most companies are good at frequent strategic change initiatives;

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