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5 Ways Health And Safety Training Can Benefit Your Business

Health and safety training involves equipping your employees with the information, training, and instructions they need for their safety and health.

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4 Things to Know Before Hiring a Recent College Grad

If you’re looking to hire a recent college grad, you’ll be able to easily find one. At any given time, there are countless grads searching for a job. Before you hire one, here are four things you should know.

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How To Use Conferences To Improve Your Business

Conferences provide a great means to improve and expand your business. They can introduce you to contacts, products, suppliers, investors, leads, and mentors by bringing together a dynamic mix of people. But there’s more to conferences than just demos, seminars, and key speakers.

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Starting a Family Business? 5 Ways to Ensure Success

Running a family business can be as challenging as starting a business with an associate or former coworker, if not more so. They’re people you love. If you don’t have a plan in place, dissension can easily detract from results.

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4 Tips for Identifying and Bringing on Top Talent & Getting Them Up to Speed

The hiring and onboarding process is an enormous contributing factor to the success of your business. If you’ve ever felt lost during the hiring process or that your onboarding strategy isn’t supplying your business with the staff you need, when you need it, it’s time to rethink the way you bring on new team members.

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7 Ways to Show Your Employees You Value Them

Many workers become dissatisfied with their work environments when dealing with supervisors who don’t seem to take their options into consideration or listen to issues they have. If they feel that their supervisors or managers don’t care about employees’ problems and point of view, they will be more likely to look elsewhere for a job.

Entrepreneur Interview – Donya Zimmerman

Donya Zimmerman is the principle owner of Powerful Biz Woman (DBA of FACMBC) and is a business consultant, aspiring author, and public speaker/trainer. Donya received her Juris Doctorate (JD) in Law from University of Baltimore Law School. Donya is a contributing writer with the Maryland Daily Examiner Newspaper, and has made article contributions to the…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Judy Micale

Judy Micale has become known as the coach who has a great “attitude about gratitude!” Her coaching style focuses on individual strengths; by focusing on our strengths we can positively impact those around us.   She conducts trainings around the nation. Judy has written and published her first book, “31 Daily Inspirations for Caregivers: One…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Kerry Brown

Kerry Brown has been an entrepreneur all her life. From a successful 12 year career as a Realtor, to an international sales and marketing director, Kerry is known as the Small Biz Expert and Strategist. She is a wise, results driven, inspiring and kick butt coach. Kerry is a Licensed Advanced Professional Business Coach and…
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