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A supplier relationship begins with a goal: You want to bring your group to a destination, attraction or event. Finding a supplier to help you meet your goal is step 1 in building a strong tie, but strengthening those ties is an ongoing practice.

A federal judge recently applied a nationwide injunction, blocking the new Fair Labor Standards Act Overtime Final Rule, which would have extended overtime protections to 4.2 million workers nationally.

It's a nationally acknowledged truth: Healthcare is the No. 1 cost for organizations today. Research shows that 80 percent of healthcare costs are spent on diseases—such as heart disease, diabetes and certain types of cancer—that are almost entirely preventable with better nutrition and physical activity.

Need to get some work done while you're on the road? Find yourself constantly on the hunt for reliable Wi-Fi, a quiet space or an illuminated "open" sign late at night? A new app helps travelers locate the best work-friendly spaces in destinations all over the world, making it easier to work while you're out of the office or on tour.

We don't always consider e-mail a social channel among Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other sites, but e-mail was the original platform that most of us engaged.

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My wife is one of the most polite people you could ever meet. Whether this is due to her upbringing, an aspect of her demeanor, or just her go-to behavior, she is polite to a fault. This materializes itself in often unexpected places: She lets the neighborhood kids have first go at the biggest, ripest blackberries that grow on our fence; she feels compelled to listen to the full pitch when eating the food samples at our local price club; she turns shades of blush if anyone in our party offers criticism of a winery's offerings in front of the person pouring. After all, if you don't have something nice to say ...