Nine Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Head to the Office Party

One thing you can count on during the holiday season is the obligatory office party. No matter what the size of the organization, there is always an effort to bring coworkers together for one more moment of merriment. Some people look forward to the chance to mix and mingle outside the confines of business and others would rather give up the annual bonus than have to spend precious personal time with the gang from work.

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Convenient, Cost-Saving Holiday Travel

Around this time of year, professionals are busy making holiday travel plans. Maximizing a travel budget to find the best value without sacrificing quality can be challenging. What you might not know is that AppleOne has a partnership relationship with a travel agency that can make the process far simpler for you. And as an AppleOne client, you can benefit from our preferred pricing on all your travel needs.

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Book Review

Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change by William Bridges
by William Bridges

Developing strategies to deal with transitions on a personal level is something we all try to do. Managing Transitions shows managers how to take those tactics and apply them at an organizational level. With stories of bailouts, corporate mergers, and layoffs in the news, managers who neglect to address how these transitions affect their teams and what they can do about them imperil their businesses. Change is inevitable. Any supervisor seeking ways to better transition their teams will welcome Bridge's observations on how to change with the tumultuous times.

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Q. Are you guys going to be updating your salary guide? I'm going to be doing some hiring for the new year and wanted to see if there was a newer version to replace the one I have. Thanks.

A. Absolutely. Our 2009 salary guide is available now. You can ask your account rep to bring you out a copy or order one here: http://www.appleone.com/SalaryGuide/


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