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Sri Lankan wins Toastmasters' 2014 World Championship of Public Speaking

Dananjaya Hettiarachchi rises above 30,000 participants to win world’s largest speech contest. http://mediacenter.toastmasters.org/rss-feeds Read more →

Creating a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

Mount Laurel, NJ —Crowdfunding, is the practice of individuals collectively pooling money to fund projects or ideas, typically via the Internet, will be the topic of discussion at a seminar presented by the Incubators at Burlington County College (BCC) on Tuesday, Sept. 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Enterprise Center at BCC, located on the college’s Mount Laurel campus. Presented along with Ronal... Read more →

Question of the Week: What is your recent H-1B processing experience?

We would like to thank the 51 members who responded to this week’s Question of the Week.   The results showed that there is significant processing work to be completed at both service centers on H-1B cap cases. For cap cases filed at the California Service Center:   6.7% of non-cap exempt members stated less than half of their cases have received an initial adjudication (approved, denied, or RFE) ... Read more →

“Where We Came From, State by State”

The New York Times, 08/14/2014 – “Foreign immigration is a hot topic these days, but the movement of people from one state to another can have an even bigger influence on the United States’ economy, politics and culture. “…The patterns of migration continue to change. California [for instance]…has long been the destination of American dreamers from other states. It no longer plays that role; resid... Read more →

“Exclusive: White House meets with big biz on immigration”

POLITICO, 08/18/2014 – “Senior White House officials are in talks with business leaders that could expand the executive actions President Barack Obama takes on immigration. “…Representatives for high-tech, agriculture and construction interests have put forward a range of fixes, from recapturing unused green cards to tweaking existing work authorization programs. “The outreach is an effort to broa... Read more →

“Immigration and growth go together in many states”

The Washington Post, 08/15/2014 – “…[T]he border crisis paradoxically may make it easier in the long run to achieve immigration reform. “…One way to increase the chances of passing reform is to disabuse lawmakers of the notion that immigration is bad for our economy. Read more →

“Democrats to White House: Immigration's your call”

POLITICO, 08/14/2014 – “Senate Democratic leaders are grappling with how far to push President Barack Obama on immigration before the crucial midterm elections. “For all the insistence that Obama take bold action…there’s palpable fear that Obama could cause trouble for the Senate’s most vulnerable Democrats if he decides to circumvent Congress before the elections to make immigration changes throu... Read more →

“Two Ways President Obama Could Act On Immigration”

NPR, 08/11/2014 – “Sometime before the end of summer, President Obama is expected to take executive action to address the nation’s broken immigration system. “The president’s decision has in some ways been years in the making. It is built on his own action two years ago to for so-called Dreamers…And it is built on congressional failure to pass a sweeping immigration overhaul, a DREAM a... Read more →

Question of the Week: Have your employees been affected by the visa glitch?

We would like to thank the 31 members who responded to this week’s Question of the Week, which asked “Have any employees of your organization had to change travel plans to the United States due to the recent Depart of State visa glitch?”  The results showed:   54.8% of respondents had employees affected by the DOS visa glitch. 41.9% of respondents did not have employees affected by the DOS visa gl... Read more →

“WH eyes limits of immigration powers”

The Hill, 08/06/2014 – “Top administration officials are trying to determine how far President Obama can act on immigration reform through executive action while remaining on the right side of the law. “Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson will present Obama with a slate of options for changing deportation policies by the end of the summer. The White House said ... Read more →

Toastmasters International Achieves Record Growth

As its 90th anniversary approaches, the global public speaking and leadership organization posts record expansion; now has more than 313,000 members and 14,650 clubs. http://mediacenter.toastmasters.org/rss-feeds Read more →

“Senate advances border bill”

POLITICO, 07/30/2014 – “The Senate on Wednesday [July 30] narrowly advanced an emergency funding measure to respond to the influx of unaccompanied migrant children crossing the southern border that has triggered a humanitarian crisis. “…Despite the 63-33 vote, the $2.7 billion measure still faces significant barriers before it can win final passage in the Senate — let alone be reconciled with a dr... Read more →

Question of the Week: How do you handle I-9s for employees who work remotely?

We would like to thank the 40 members who responded to this week’s Question of the Week, which asked “How does your organization handle I-9s for employees who will work outside of your primary work location(s)?”  The results showed:   32.5% of respondents have notaries or agents of their organization complete I-9s remotely on behalf of the company 25% of respondents have HR or other employees who ... Read more →

“House GOP in disarray: A fight over the border bill”

POLITICO, 07/31/2014 – “House Republicans are poised to delay their August recess by one day, as they frantically scramble to pass a border security bill. “After a chaotic afternoon, which saw the GOP leadership suddenly pull their legislation from the House floor because of flagging support, lawmakers planned a Friday [August 1] morning meeting at 9 a.m. to try to plot a path forward. Plans are i... Read more →

Daily Check-ins Stimulate Self-Improvement

Twelve powerful self-coaching questions that will change the way you lead. Click here to read full version. Read more →

Business Acumen—In Context

The “leaders as teachers” approach enables a healthcare organization to customize its leadership development program. Click here to read full version. Read more →

The Walking Meeting

Ask your employees to take a walk with you. Click here to read full version. Read more →

A Thoughtful Process

A review of Think Smarter: Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills by Michael Kallet Click here to read full version. Read more →

Sales Reps and Big Data

More accurate sales forecasting correlates with better business results. Click here to read full version. Read more →

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