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Posts by Bob Burbidge

Millennials in the workplace—how should business leaders proceed?

I have often written in this space about millennials (those born in or after 1984). As a Baby Boomer myself, it’s challenging for me to relate to this segment of the workforce. However, as a glass-half-full person, I have spoken

Quality over quantity, NLRB stalling, & people whispering—Genesis HR Selections

Here are this week’s links to a few good stories we found and selected. We feel they might add valuable insights and perspectives for small to midsize businesses.

2017 Genesis Community Fund Scholarships Awarded

On June 6, 2017, the Genesis Community Fund presented two scholarships to Lexington residents at Town Hall. This year’s recipients are Robin Beaulieu and Noah Shute. Just like in 2016, this year’s recipients are both are graduates of Lexington High

DOL changes, recruiting and retaining employees, & climate change—Genesis HR Selections

Here are this week’s links to a few good stories we found and selected. We feel they might add valuable insights and perspectives for small to midsize businesses. The U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced on June 7,

Labor Department limbo, effective job descriptions, & retaining diverse workforces—Genesis HR Selections

Here are this week’s links to a few good stories we found and selected. We feel they might add valuable insights and perspectives for small to midsize businesses. On April 28, 2017, Alex Acosta was sworn in as the U.S.

IRS approves first group of Certified Professional Employer Organizations (CPEOs)

Since the 1980s, the Professional Employer Organization (PEO) industry has sought regulatory and legislative recognition of its ever-growing segment of the business services economy. In 1991, Florida became the first state to regulate and codify the PEO service model. New

NAPEO members join forces to promote PEO bill in Massachusetts

In the spring of 1992, Genesis was barely into its second year of operations when a Connecticut-based PEO was found guilty of Workers’ Compensation fraud in Massachusetts. This produced a black eye for the industry, but it helped spirit the

Genesis once again named one of Massachusetts’ largest privately held companies

For the second consecutive year, we are proud to be named one of the largest privately held companies in Massachusetts. The Boston Business Journal (BBJ) ranked Genesis 36th on their list of the top 100 companies in this category for

Building brand awareness, setting goals, & the importance of your people—Genesis HR Selections

Here are this week’s links to a few good stories we found and selected. We feel they might add valuable insights and perspectives for small to midsize businesses. We have all heard the phrase “People Are Your Greatest Asset”—but are

Contemplating corporate culture: It may not be as simple as you think

In a recent attempt to repeal and replace The Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare), President Trump drew a lot of notice when he said “Nobody knew health care could be so complicated.” Yes, health care is complicated. But