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Women’s History Month: Starting the Fuss About Women of History

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Women’s History Month, originally celebrated in 1981, aims to celebrate women of history. Moreover, March is dedicated to remembering and encouraging the observation and celebration of the vital role that women play in our history. From scientists and engineers to teachers and artists, women nationwide have left their mark on our country, and THAT deserves… Read More

Millennial Graduate Speaking: What I Wish I’d Known, Part 2

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As Millennials, we get advice. A lot of advice. Some is helpful, while the rest is…not so much. If you’re interested in some free advice, from one Millennial to another, keep on reading. (And check out Part 1 of my blog found here for other advice!) Go the Extra Mile Work-Life Balance. As Millennials, we… Read More

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Millennial Graduate Speaking: What I Wish I’d Known, Part 1

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Written by Alex Myers If you’re about to graduate from college or you’re a recent millennial graduate in your first “real job” this post is for you. Always be networking. Stand out. Be confident. Be professional, but be personable. Take leadership opportunities. The world is your oyster. Find what you’re passionate about. Your career is what… Read More

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12 Ways to Celebrate Engineers Week

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Written by Carmella Giancursio  Engineers Week is an annual event that occurs the 3rd week in February. This year, the week runs from February 18-24th, 2018. If you have engineers in your office, you may be looking for small ways to acknowledge them in honor of the week-long observance. Here are 12 simple ways to… Read More

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ISO 9001:2015 Certification is a Big Deal!

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Written by Carmella Giancursio If you’ve worked with us or partnered with us before, chances are that you already know this: Quality matters to us. Customer satisfaction is huge. For years, our tag line has read, “Your success is our passion” – and we mean it! Over the last year, we worked our tails off during… Read More


New Kid on the Block, Part 3

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Written by Hank Kula When friends ask what I do at L-Tron, I answer honestly, “I don’t know.”  As I mentioned in part 2, company roles are continually evolving, and you can read about my Law Enforcement background, prior to L-Tron, in Part 1. Summarily, I write “content” in connection with our crime scene /… Read More

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New Kid on the Block, Part 2

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Written by Hank Kula When I walked into L-Tron on my first day, I was greeted by CEO RAD DeRose. Talk about cool names.  He was RAD.  (Sorry.) RAD had a new laptop for me.  Score.  The laptop is touch screen.  Double score.  With the laptop came VPN.  Heard of it. Knew what it was…. Read More

New Kid on the Block, Part 1

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Written by Hank Kula Fifty-six.  Looking for a job.  At an interview I was asked, “So, what do you want to be when you grow up?” Normal, right? Normal for L-Tron Corporation. After twenty-six years a cop, 2017 was prime time to retire.  Colleagues’ not-so-subtle hints about how I stayed too long turned into, “So… Read More

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Millennial Hires in the Workplace

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  According to the most recent U.S. Census, Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers 83.1 million to 75.4 million. In 2015, the burgeoning masses of Millennials made up 34% of the workforce and estimates show that number will rise to 46% by 2020. With the majority of Millennials now entering their mid-20s and preparing to enter… Read More

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How to Engage and Retain Millennials in the Workforce

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Millennials tend to get a bad rap of being lazy, entitled and disloyal. If even a whisper of this was true, Millennials wouldn’t stand a chance in the job market. Why would anyone want to hire someone like this? Yet, the reality is that 75% of the workforce will be millennials in the next ten… Read More