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With employee turnover showing no signs of slowing down, offering older workers a chance to delay full retirement may help slow the exodus—even if only momentarily. This is according to a survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. Retiring employees are expected to account for 28% of turnover in 2023, with U.S. hiring managers reporting among those at their company who retired in the past two years, most commonly 60 years of age or older (79%). However,
Personal social media posts are not off limits to employment determinations as 88% of U.S. hiring managers say they would consider firing employees for content found in workers’ posts. This is according to a survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. Fireable offenses include publishing content damaging the company’s reputation (59%), revealing confidential company information (58%), showcasing and/or mentioning illegal drug use (50%), violating the company’s
VINA Community Dental Center’s Board of Directors appointed Samantha Jorgens as Executive Director following the retirement of former Executive Director Jim Gilmore. Gilmore retired from the organization at the end of 2022 after more than four years with the nonprofit clinic, notably leading VINA through the challenging years of the COVID pandemic. Gilmore remains involved with VINA and the Livingston County community through the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club and as a member of VINA’s Board of
VINA Community Dental Center received a generous donation from Real Estate One as a part of their Giving Tuesday fundraiser. On Tuesday, December 27, Hollie Kotwicki presented a check for $1,434.66 to VINA’s Executive Director, Samantha Jorgens to support VINA and the low-cost dental services provided to underserved adults in Livingston County.Real Estate One of Brighton, Michigan received donations from employees and other fundraisers on Giving Tuesday. The Real Estate One Charitable Foundation matched all