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Warren Strugatch
Warren Strugatch is a writer, speaker and consultant based in Stony Brook, NY. He covers economic development, global business, management and marketing.

How to Prepare Now for the Overtime Final Rule this Winter

A new Labor Department regulation known as the Overtime Final Rule will effectively double minimum salary requirements for hourly workers, starting December 1. Employers should start now to properly classify workers in advance of the new regulations to avoid unnecessary salary increases and ensure workers are doing their jobs effectively.

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Insider Tips for C-Level Summertime Entertaining

Whether it’s at the golf course or your summer retreat, at a country club reception or the VIP chalet your firm is hosting, summertime brings an uptick in business-related social activities. Here are some tips on how to maximize C-level summertime entertaining and have a good time while still conducting business. 

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8 Characteristics of Great Teams, in Sports and Business

Long-time Sports Illustrated associate editor turned business consultant Don Yaeger studies high performers in sports for lessons in business leadership. Recently he conducted more than 100 interviews with some of the greatest team-builders in sports and business. From those interviews he wrote “Great Teams: 16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently.”  He spoke with Chief Executive about how great coaches develop championship organizations.

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If You Want to Hire Millennials, You Must Understand How They Want to Work and Live

Leaders are increasingly focusing on the millennial generation. Gallup, research-based, performance-management consultancy, recently completed a study of how this generation’s attitudes and preferences are reshaping  workplaces, communities and markets. In the new report, “How Millennials Want to Work and Live,” Gallup researchers found that these Gen Xers want to be engaged with their jobs, but often feel they’re not. They seek ...

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