Financial Literacy: Not Just a Buzzword for Millennials

Financial literacy can, unfortunately, often-times be found in the same category as other over used words such as innovation and disruption, but the reality of the situation is quite different. Financial literacy, education, and effectively communicating the importance of financial literacy cannot be overstated, particularly as it pertains to millennials and young professionals early in View Article →

How Baby Boomers Can Coexist with Millennials at Work

The main workforce as we know it will be continuing to change in the upcoming years. This is because the next generation, the millennials, will be replacing the now working baby boomers. They already comprise 25% of the workforce in the United States and will continue to grow to 50% by the year 2020.[1] Millennials View Article →

New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board Adopts New LSRP Regulations

The 2009 Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) essentially privatized the oversight of site remediations in the State by creating a class of professionals known as Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs).  Pursuant to SRRA and its implementing regulations, LSRPs replaced NJDEP site remediation case managers, and they are retained by persons conducting site cleanups to develop View Article →

Networking 101

Networking. What an emotional word! What does it mean anyway? We hear so much about it  as we are bombarded daily with invitations to events that promise us “great networking.”  According to the dictionary, networking is defined as, “Interacting with other people to exchange information and develop contacts, especially to further one's career. It sounds View Article →

Are Green Job Training Program Graduates an Underutilized Human Resource?

GEI Consultants, Inc.’s experience with hiring two graduates of the  St. Nick’s Workforce Development Environmental Remediation Technician Training Program (which is located in New York City and was funded by USEPA) has been a success and we suggest that more companies look into this pool of environmental workers. For those readers in Southern New Jersey, View Article →