the red report.

  • 02 08
    2021

    Seeking Big Dreams: In Search of a Good Night’s Sleep

    The pandemic has resulted in a global state of anxiety about our safety, health, and work. Google searches for the term “insomnia” increased by 57% during the first five months of 2020 from that same period of the previous three years. The largest number of searches for the word “insomnia” occurred between midnight and 3:00 a.m. during normal bedtimes as people searched for solutions.

    Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which you have ...

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  • 01 20
    2021

    Company-Required Vaccines: A Shot in the Arm or a Shot to Low Morale and Turnover?

    Pfizer’s massive rollout of its COVID-19 vaccine began in early December, with Moderna’s not far behind it. Many see the fact that a vaccine is available less than a year into a global pandemic as a modern miracle. CNBC reports that the vaccine could be available to the general public at CVS and Walgreens stores as early as this spring. With widespread vaccination, there is hope that the world can return to something ...

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  • 01 04
    2021

    2021: Turning the Page on a Year that Shocked and Saddened and reluctantly offered 20/20 Wisdom

    I look back on 2020 in disbelief over how quickly the global pandemic changed our world and lives. On February 2nd my husband and I hosted a dinner party in Park City, Utah. It was the night of the Super Bowl, and the Sundance Film Festival in Park City was just concluding—one final 10 pm movie, and it was a wrap. As we sat around the dinner table, our guests talked about plans ...

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  • 11 30
    2020

    BAD HIRE? ADVICE FROM TOP EXECUTIVES

    What do you do when you have hired someone who, once on board, is not a good hire? No one intends to make bad hiring decisions but for a variety of reasons, they happen. In this time of a COVID-19 pandemic, with so much hiring being done virtually, there may be an increased chance of making a bad hire.

    We interviewed a number of leaders and, interestingly, most offered the same advice. Within three to ...

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