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Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy
Michael is the founder of Platinum Group. His passion is in helping businesses to simplify their employee management and accounting processes.

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Majoring in communications, Bob graduated in the top 5% of his class at one of the top public universities in his state. With stellar grades, 2 coveted internships under his belt, exemplary references and a positive, collaborative approach to work, Bob had his pick of 4 positions. He chose an...

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With the start of a new decade, companies are continuing to seek out innovative ways to gain an advantage over competitors in the hiring process. From increased utilization of cutting edge technologies to a holistic shift in corporate focus, we can expect to see significant changes in the field...

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Whatever your goal, whether in life or in business, your odds of achieving it increase dramatically if you have a plan. That’s the case whether you want to learn another language, lose weight or increase your company’s profitability.

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Skilled, empowered, and hard-working employees are the most important resource for any progressive company. Exceptional employees are valuable on an individual level, but when they can create synergy as a high performing team, then the organization reaps the greatest possible benefits.

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Giving feedback might be one of the most difficult things that managers have to do regularly, but providing useful and constructive information about your employees’ performance is an absolutely essential part of fostering a positive company culture. It’s important for your employees to know...

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If you are getting more complaints from your employees it may cause you concern that something has gone systemically wrong in your company.

In fact, an increase in employee complaints is not always a bad thing. According to Rachel from SHRM-CP, “In and of themselves, complaints can be a good...

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