Week of July 29, 2019
Studies have shown that salary can just as easily de-motivate employees as motivate them. In fact, salaries generally operate as negative reinforcement rather than positive. 
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'Become Worldly': Next-Gen Developer's Formula for Success
Vinyl Manohar, the 36-year-old co-founder and managing principal, acquisitions, development and strategy at Austin, Texas-based Twin Crest Capital, has immersed himself in commercial real estate since his early 20s.
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End of the Road for Bathroom Miniatures
IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), announced that its entire hotel estate of almost 843,000 guest rooms will switch to bulk-size bathroom amenities, with the transition to be completed during 2021.
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June Data Shows U.S. Hotels' Rocket Is Losing Fuel
U.S. year-over-year monthly RevPAR decreased for the second time this cycle as slowing room demand growth potentially signals the hotel industry’s spaceship is re-entering a downturn’s orbit.
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Hotel Development: Integrating Wellness into Hospitality for Guest Satisfaction and Owner Return
Driven by the interests of an increasingly older and unhealthy population, healthcare has been at the center of political debates in the United States for over a decade.
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HHS and FDA Release Drug Importation Plan to Lower Prices
HHS and the Food and Drug Administration released a plan on Wednesday to lay the foundation for safe importation of certain drugs intended for foreign markets.
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Hospital Patients Agree: 'Nurses Matter a Lot'
What matters to patients: How nurses talk to them, policy experts said at a briefing Monday on patient experience measurement, hosted by the Alliance for Health Policy.
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CMS Pilot to Give Docs Direct Access to Medicare Claims Data
Physicians will be able to access historical Medicare claims data for patients under a new pilot announced by CMS on Tuesday called "Data at the Point of Care."
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EHR Snooping Best Efforts to Bust, Punish and Prevent It
Whether it's the result of sheer curiosity or motivated by an act of malice, EHR snooping is a serious employee offense that can occur at any hospital.
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Beck to Basics: Everything HR Needs to Know about the EEOC
Inside every bodega, wedding boutique, automobile factory, there hangs a poster proclaiming that "equal employment opportunity is the law." If it's not there, it should be.
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Are Employees Really Slacking Off More Now?
Remember when employee slacking meant long conversations at the water cooler and frequent smoke breaks? Those were simpler times.
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5 Tips to Shield Your Business from Employee Lawsuits
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces federal laws against workplace discrimination. In many cases, the EEOC will rule on a complaint from an employee about topics like wrongful termination and harassment.
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Leading On Empty: How Leaders Drive Their People to Burnout
So here’s the dilemma: you’re a CEO, a senior leader, or a high-level manager at a large company. You know that a significant percentage of your employees are feeling overworked, overwhelmed, exhausted, and less than fully engaged.
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