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Salt Lake County Youth Services LGBTQ Advocate Committee

By Roger Gisseman, Youth Services Associate Director, and Carolyn Hansen, Clinical Services Director

The number of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth is a growing population in Salt Lake County. 440 more words


Employees not engaged in annual enrollment?

Results from MetLife’s 13th Annual Employee Benefit Trends Study confirm what most HR professionals already know: employees simply aren’t engaged in the annual enrollment process. But this isn’t due to a lack of interest. 225 more words

Communication Tips

Teens and Technology: What are your kids doing online?

By Anne Schmidt, Youth Services Case Management Supervisor

It should come as no surprise to a parent of a teen that technology and social media are very important. 438 more words


Rise and Shout! I'm Coming Out

Written by a 15 year old Peer Mentor at Youth Services

Coming out is hard. Although it’s portrayed as a one-time statement that everyone can hear. 355 more words


Words from the Commission On Youth

By Carrie Rogers-Whitehead (Chair) and Deb Ashton (Vice-Chair)

Salt Lake County Commission on Youth (COY) is a county-wide board with a wide range of professionals, parents and individuals dedicated to the success of youth. 523 more words


Communication tips for couples

Check out the blog I wrote for my client Boy Keeps Girl!

When people think about what is necessary for a healthy, long lasting and happy relationship one of the top answers will be: communication. 279 more words

Love And Relationships

4 tips for better employee communication

Employee communication can make or break a workplace environment. Peer-to-peer communication can spur employee engagement, increase worker satisfaction and bring more successful productivity.

Implement the following four tips into your next meeting, desk-side chat or presentation for more effective communication: 225 more words

Office Culture