If your workplace offers life insurance at a low cost (or no cost) to you, you may assume it provides sufficient coverage for your family—and not bother to give the subject a second thought. According to the 2021 Insurance Barometer study, 57% of U.S. workers rely on their workplace for life insurance. 1But you owe it to
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Robert Katz knows sports. He’s worked in sports radio and as a producer with WNBC and WCBS in New York. Throughout his career, he’s worked with an assortment of big names—including Mike Breen, Marv Albert, Howard Stern and the Jewish community’s own Nachum Segal—and is now taking the next step in his
When The Jewish Link first covered The Therapy Place (December 2018), a company offering occupational and speech therapy, the practice had already built a strong reputation in Ocean County and recently expanded to establish an outpost in Highland Park.
Since then, in the words
As we entered 2022, the economy and financial markets were already facing a number of uncertainties and challenges. Nevertheless, a path to a post-COVID economic recovery appeared likely. But following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a number of unforeseen economic challenges have significantly increased the possibility of a recession.
If the small possibility exists that you are not yet aware of just how strong the American job market is—and has been on a sustained basis for the last 15 months and counting—then let me not wake you from your nap. It is, simply, in better shape than it’s ever been since record keeping was standardized in 1939.
(Courtesy of Candibots) Now, in our volatile economy, there are extreme shifts in the job market. A total of 4.3 million people quit their jobs in January, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s JOLTS report.
Many people are looking for new opportunities. The difficulty with
If you’ve met me, read any of my previous articles or listened to my podcast, “The Big Bo $how” (available on Spotify or Apple Podcasts) you’ll know that I love football. There are so many aspects that I love about it, but one of my favorite parts by far is when I can relate the game to the world of personal
I always wondered where the expression “It’s time to throw in the towel” came from. You may recognize it as an old boxing term. When defeat is inevitable, the fighter or his manager throws his towel into the ring signifying that the fight is over. The boxer has exhausted all opportunities to win or even reach a stalemate and realizes
When it comes to money matters, young parents who are just starting out have a lot to juggle: They may be paying off student debt and saving for their first home, all while raising kids. But it’s also a time when young families may be the most financially vulnerable should the unexpected strike. To ensure that they have financial
To unleash the potential of the people you manage, you must engage and bond with each person individually. There simply is no hack or shortcut for building real connections. That’s why it is critical that, in addition to morning huddles, you need to plan regular one-to-one meeting time (1:1s) with individual team members to check in on a
If you are getting a tax refund this year, you might eagerly await receiving it. While it can be tempting to want to use it to treat yourself, there are several ways you can put it to work for you. Whether it is investing in the stock market, paying debt off, or even starting your own business, there are lots of great was to put this money