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Five Things Employees Want Beyond Money

by Melanie Lux on October 10, 2016

Let’s be real. We all need to make a living and that means we need a job – unless of course we’ve won the lottery or a relative has left us a pile of cash. So money is always important when taking a job. That said, not all jobs are …

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Easy Snacks for Older Adults

by Melanie Lux on September 5, 2016

You think kids are hard to feed, try seniors. They often have little or no appetite, refuse to eat and end up losing weight. The lack of appetite can be due to a number of things like poor teeth, a medicine that messes with their sense of taste, or in …

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The Secret Behind Feel Good Jobs: Helping = Happy

by Melanie Lux on August 14, 2016

There was a teller at the Wells Fargo branch where I bank. Every time I visited, she was over-the- top happy. She would smile at me, make small talk, offer a bottle of water, and close by asking if there was any other way she could help me. Being distracted …

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Caregiver Burnout

by Jennifer Cvar on August 4, 2014

Caregiver burnout is a very real phenomenon. It can affect a spouse, son, daughter, or any other family member caring for an aging loved one. Oftentimes, a caregiver may start to experience physical, emotional and mental exhaustion when the responsibilities of caring for a loved one become too great. Caregiver …

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The Day-in-the-Life of an At Home Preferred Caregiver

by At Home Preferred on June 5, 2012

When I started in home care for RN & Allied Specialties, I had just finished my first year in nursing school. Having only been in the hospital a couple of times throughout nursing school, I wasn’t sure what to expect of home care. As a nursing student, I could not …

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