Posts by Kaduceus


The “pursuit of happiness” is a phrase each American is engrained with. Society has since evolved to where being a consumer has become a status symbol. And having higher status made us happier, right? We couldn’t be further away from the truth. Millions of Americans enjoy their wealth in form of consumer products. However, what happens when those items are no longer trendy, get damaged, lost, or stolen? Yeah,...

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The Benefits of Taking Vacation for Men and Women In a study of 12,338 middle aged men who were at risk of heart disease, those who did not take regular vacations were more likely to die over a 9 year period than those who did. These surprising figures were found by researchers from the State University of New York in Orsweg. Researcher Elaine Eaker also found that middle aged women who do not take vacations frequently have eight...

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It is important for restaurant employees to be focused on maintaining a high level of customer service. Distractions such as stressed relationships or not spending quality time with their family can hamper both an employee’s and organization’s performance. Helping employees achieve a higher performance level. Kaduceus Consulting works with employees in leading Food & Beverage organizations – from 3-meal cafes to...

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The U.S. Travel Association announced Project: Time Off today, the new name for the association’s initiative to prove the personal, business, social and economic benefits that taking earned time off can deliver. The initiative, launched as Travel Effect in 2013, aims to shift culture so that using personal time off is not considered frivolous, but essential to strengthening families and improving personal health; a business investment...

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February 25, 2015: The Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule revising the regulatory definition of spouse under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA). The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons. The Final Rule, which goes into effect March 27, 2015, amends the regulatory definition of spouse under the FMLA so that eligible...

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