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What is Human Capital Management? Sometimes referred to simply as HCM, certainly, the world has changed since Gary Becker, an economist from the University of Chicago, and Jacob Mincer, from Columbia University, coined the term “Human Capital.” They were referring to the collection of knowledge, habits, and personality traits that are required to perform labor … Continue reading Human Capital Management is a Thing, a Belief, and an Unstoppable Force
CEO, Publisher, Franchise Owner – Bobbie Peer wears many hats to manage her TAPinto Berkeley Heights, TAPinto New Providence, and TAPinto Mountainside publications. What is TAPinto, you ask? Founded in 2008, TAPinto is a hyperlocal, franchised online news source providing daily news to communities across New York and New Jersey. With content targeted specifically at … Continue reading When Human Capital Management Meets Inspiration: TAPinto Berkeley Heights
Welcome to the April 2017 Issue of Pay Matters – a collection of payroll news and developments that may affect your company. Visit our blog daily for more updates like these. Read on to stay informed and stay in compliance with relevant alerts and insights that matter most for your payroll. FEDERAL UPDATES Congress Tries Again with Bill … Continue reading Pay Matters! April 2017
When’s the last time you heard or read something that truly resonated with you? Sounds like a dumb question, given the sheer amount of opinions circulating on the internet. But despite how many memes you might stumble upon that make you go, “omg that’s so me,” the phenomenon happens less frequently than you’d think. So … Continue reading The (Unofficial) Viventium Guide to Millennial Empowerment
Every day, we get into our offices, and without fail we hear, “Do you have a minute?” Now, I am a fan of spontaneity, but these minutes we give each day can sometimes add up to hours. Aliases of “Do you have a minute?” include, “quick question,” “real quick,” and “I was thinking.” We have … Continue reading Do You Have a Minute?
Delicious Heights. If you live in the Berkeley Heights/Watchung area, you’ve heard of it. It’s a place you’ve gone to pick up take-out, eat in with friends and family, or grab a drink. Delicious Heights has not just one location in Berkeley Heights but also offers additional locations in Bedminster and Basking Ridge. I was … Continue reading When Human Capital Management Meets Inspiration: Reaching Delicious Heights
Like the rest of New Jersey, New York, and the Northeast U.S., I woke up this morning to a foot of snow* covering everything in sight (*rough estimate: I am not going outside to actually measure it). All I kept hearing about yesterday was how the snow was going to accumulate one or two inches … Continue reading Digging Out of Your Inbox
You spend all day working. Maybe you’re developing a new software program, maybe you’re compiling analytics for an important board meeting, maybe you’re filing ACA forms to keep your company in compliance. You’ve got a stressful commute. You work 9 to 5 (or probably longer) with dedication. And at the end of your long work … Continue reading Dancing Our Way to Employee Wellness
Welcome to the March 2017 Issue of Pay Matters – a collection of payroll news and developments that may affect your company. Visit our blog daily for more updates like these. Read on to stay informed and stay in compliance with relevant alerts and insights that matter most for your payroll. FEDERAL UPDATES IRS Reissues W-2 Scam … Continue reading Pay Matters: March 2017
I am that recent college graduate with semi-messy hair who has worn a tie as many times as there are Harry Potter movies that exist. I am that chef whose famous (and only) cuisine is an egg sandwich with ketchup. I am that cartographer who is an expert at navigating any road to any part … Continue reading Cover Letter from a Millennial: Talent and Potential