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“Complacency doesn’t make sense for a guy trying to redefine normal.”

-John Fairclough, CEO Resicom

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A growing company is like a rubber band.  It must be flexible and stretch as it grows from something smaller into something larger – growing from good to great.

If the team is not willing or able to grow as quickly as the company is willing or able to grow, then one of two things […]

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It should be normal for a company to provide a sense of security of employment for its employees.

Ask a group of people to define- “What does job security mean?”.  In today’s volatile economic climate, people might respond that security simply means knowing your job will be there tomorrow and the day after that. […]

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Outside of the Office

On September 2, 2010 By


It should be normal for companies to help its employees fulfill their need to give back to the community.

Let’s face it.  We call it work because it’s time spent away from family, friends and personal interests.  But what if you can find a job for which you have passion, interest and inspiration?  Suddenly, […]

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Asking or Telling?

On June 30, 2010 By

Does anyone like being asked a question where their answer really does not influence anything? If someone does not have the option of not doing something, why ask them if they can? Why not just tell them they need to do it. Manipulating them does not demonstrate appreciation nor respect. Why would anyone want to […]

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