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What do employees value more than benefits?

Consistent communications.

In a survey of 1,000 employees, the software company 15Five found that 81% of employees would rather join a company that values open communication than one that offers great health plans, free food and gym memberships. 230 more words

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Shattering the Silence of Child Abuse

By Susanne Mitchell, MSW and Program Manager Children’s Justice Center

April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month and amazingly almost everyone knows someone who has been, or is currently being affected by child abuse. 397 more words


Spring Clean Your Communication Skills

Spring has sprung here in Germany, and it’s not just time to clean house. It’s also a great opportunity to work on improving other areas in your life. 773 more words

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Is Lightweight Stalking on Social Media a Relationship Killer? Stop in 3 Easy Steps.

Have you ever wondered how much checking someone’s status updates/tweets/photo uploads is normal/harmless, and when does re-checking their online activity become problematic?  Most of us have caught ourselves clicking through someone’s social media activity because we have reason to be naturally curious them- maybe the person is someone we want to meet, or just started dating and want to know more about them.   855 more words

Family Safety - Advice For Parents

These tips were created with information from experts in national organizations that work to prevent child maltreatment and promote well-being, including the Strengthening Families Initiatives in New Jersey, Alaska, and Tennessee. 815 more words


35 Ways to Wish Someone Well in Chinese

Well-wishing is an important part of Chinese culture, and is vital to conveying respect and building and maintaining social relationships. There are also a number of occasions in China when offering someone a respectful greeting is not only recommended, but may be seen as necessary by the host or organizer. 986 more words

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The Price for Peace: Juvenile Receiving Center Services

By JD Green, Youth Services Crisis Services Manager

At Youth Services we appreciate our partnerships with law enforcement agencies and community partners. It can be difficult to determine what services and resources are needed to assist youth and their families when circumstances are emotionally charged. 374 more words