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How employee engagement affects your bottom line

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  Successful companies know that customer engagement is mission-critical. The most successful companies engage not just their customers, but also their employees. When the heart and soul of your business is engaged, you’re in position to innovate, deliver exceptional customer ...

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Retaining key employees is a full-time business

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A booming economy makes it more challenging for small and mid-sized businesses to retain their most valuable employees. Enticed by job offers and higher paychecks, even your most loyal employees could be tempted to jump ship and move to your ...

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Leading the conversation on diversity and inclusion

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Lisa M. Coleman, Ph.D. is the senior vice president for global inclusion, diversity, and strategic innovation and chief diversity officer for New York University. Prior to her role at NYU, Coleman was Harvard University’s inaugural chief diversity officer and special ...

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Making space for passion in health care law

Clifford E. Barnes, right, member of the firm in the health care and life sciences practice at Epstein Becker & Green, stands with Pierre Georges Bonnefil, vice chair of the diversity and professional development committee and member of the firm at EBG, who was the keynote speaker at Color Magazine’s Men of Color Leadership Conference in New York on Nov. 16.

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Profile of Clifford Barnes, member of the firm in the health care and life sciences practice at Epstein Becker & Green in the firm’s Washington and New York offices.

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A number to know: Chocolate

$365 To’ak chocolate offers the world’s most expensive chocolate bar that has been aged for 3 years in a French oak cognac cask for $365. READ A 2014 REVIEW IN THE LOS ANGELES TIMES >

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