Week of October 23, 2017
Well-designed and well-implemented incentive plans can be an important tool for overall company success, but they also have the potential to be ineffective and even damaging if not carefully thought out.


Feeling brave this Halloween season? Try spending the night in a hotel notorious for its hauntings. From the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast to the Stanley Hotel in Colorado

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Top travel brand marketing falls into one of two types of connection with customers: 'Emotional' or 'Functional', with Thomson and Booking.com leading the way, according to new research.

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From the desks of the Hotel News Now editorial staff:

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The Physician Innovation Network provides an online forum for physicians to collaborate with health tech companies on a paid or volunteer basis. Entrepreneurs and company representatives can also seek physicians with specific expertise to offer feedback on their products and services.

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The oath most medical school graduates take, there is a line they say: "I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person's family and economic stability."

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President Donald Trump told reporters on Oct. 16 he'd officially declare the nation's ongoing opioid overdose crisis a national emergency this week. The move would be unprecedented on the national scale, according to a report from ABC News.

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Nearly 30 states have some level of protection based on lawful off-duty activities. These protections typically vary from the limited coverage of tobacco use to a broader protection to use all lawful products,

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With the DOL's overtime changes under construction, some employers are putting pay-process reviews on the back burner, but that could be a very costly mistake.

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Many people assume that when they apply for a job online their application won't be viewed by a human.  Turns out they are probably right, at least if they are applying to Unilever. And that could be a good thing.

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