Robert Krekstein Joins RLI as VP of Sales

Posted on February 10, 2017 by

The Rapid Learning Institute (RLI) announces today that Robert Krekstein has joined the company as its new VP-Sales to further develop RLI’s growing portfolio of large regional, national and international accounts. “We’re delighted to have Rob join the team,” says President/CEO Stephen Meyer. “He’s a seasoned sales executive with experience at great companies, including SAP….

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Better outcomes with less studying

Posted on August 13, 2014 by

When it’s time to lock in learning, ‘retrieval practice’ beats studying.

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Can worker use FMLA regulations to fight suspension?

Posted on January 14, 2010 by

Marlo Throckmorton dug her nails into her palms to avoid saying what she was thinking; that Rob Osgood was a lazy shirker. Instead, she said, “Your absence last Friday was unauthorized, and it was your second one.” Rob looked at his supervisor with a mix of irritation and fear. “You drove me to it,” he…

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Follow-up with an employee performance review is vital

Posted on June 5, 2009 by

Employee performance review needs to be an ongoing process during the year If you put that development plan based on frequent employee performance review into place, into action and no good behavioral change occurs then we wasted our time. What the manager is looking for is are these new activities making changes to improve your…

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Employment history and your response to the EEOC complaint

Posted on May 18, 2009 by

Employment history and the non-discriminatory reasons for the adverse employment action are key when responding to the EEOC complaint. In your response to the EEOC complaint, explain the facts in chronological order so that it’s easy to follow. You are telling the story. So you want to talk about when was this person hired, for…

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