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Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover

Lawrence Lee, partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP, was quoted in an article in The Rheumatologist April 14, 2016: “Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover.” As much as 80% of employee turnover can be attributed to bad hiring decisions, the Harvard Business Review reported.1 And turnover cost

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Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover

Lawrence Lee, partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP, was quoted in an article in The Rheumatologist April 14, 2016: “Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover.” As much as 80% of employee turnover can be attributed to bad hiring decisions, the Harvard Business Review reported.1 And turnover cost

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Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover

Lawrence Lee, partner at Fisher & Phillips LLP, was quoted in an article in The Rheumatologist April 14, 2016: “Tips for Selecting Best Job Candidates to Fill Positions, Avoid Turnover.” As much as 80% of employee turnover can be attributed to bad hiring decisions, the Harvard Business Review reported.1 And turnover cost

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Investors Rarely Trade Their 401(k)s, Even During Recent Selloffs

David Twibell, president and founder of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in an article “Investors Rarely Trade Their 401(k)s, Even During Recent Selloffs.” Investors rarely trade or even rebalance their 401(k) accounts, and their complacency could be saving them from making hasty decisions such as rushing to divest their a

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Business travel and Zika: Things you need to know

Fisher & Phillips Partner, Sue Shaecher, had an article published in ColoradoBiz magazine: “Business travel and Zika: Things you need to know.” On Feb. 1, 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus a “public health emergency of international concern.”  Although the virus has appeared in the U.

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Law & Accounting: Bank regulators’ enhanced scrutiny of loans may lead to credit crunch

An article by partner Lisa Shimel and associate Victoria Shupe of Bieging Shapiro & Barber LLP, appeared in the February 3, 2016 issue of the Colorado Real Estate Journal, "Bank regulators' enhanced scrutiny of loans may lead to credit crunch." It is often said that those who choose to ignore history run the risk of seeing

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5 Hot Stocks That Will Beat the Bull

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was featured in an article in U.S. News & World Report, and also Yahoo Finance, “5 Hot Stocks that will Beat the Bull.” These days – OK, just about every day – Wall Street's market watchers show unrivaled mastery in the art of hand-wringing. Interest rates look head

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Maintaining Political Peace in the Workplace

Todd Fredrickson, Denver managing partner of Fisher & Phillips LLP, was featured in an article, “maintaining political peace in the workplace,” on LoveToKnow.com’s national HR blog, “HR Matters.” It’s not unusual for people to get very emotional – and very vocal – about their political beliefs, particularly d

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Workplace Super Bowl fever: What employers should know

An article by Fisher & Phillips Managing Partner Todd Fredrickson, “Workplace Super Bowl fever: What employers should know,” was featured in the Denver Business Journal February 3. Orange and blue is everywhere, rallies are happening downtown, and Bronco Fever has ramped up as the city, and nation, get set for the Denver

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IS A SANTA CLAUS RALLY COMIN' TO TOWN?

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in TheStreet.com December 17: “Is a Santa Claus rally comin’ to town?” Where is Market Headed? While the S&P 500 swung widely this year with trading as low as 1,867 and as high as 2,130, the day to day volatility was often immense, but “it has ended up

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