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    August-2014
 
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Four things to consider when looking for or keeping a public relations partner.
Creating and maintaining reward systems remain a key motivator even in stressfull times.
Employed Americans are no more or less likely to be looking for a new job in 2009 than they were last year
Before the recession deepens further, it is important to act quickly and decisively to protect business.
Unusual, fresh, and engaging ways to reach customers are detailed by experienced marketers.
Getting the most out of job board and resume search tools
Most entrepreneurs rely too heavily upon sales figures to build a budget and measure their performance
Managers and leaders need to separate the truths from the myths of diversity and management.
Study says theyprovide communities with significantly greater results at less cost than do any other type of public works infrastructure project
Study analyzed the potential impact of a national employer mandate on small businesses to provide healthcare
Entrepreneurs are getting ready for April 15th one step at a time
Despite reports to the contrary, efforts being made to keep employee healthcare benefits intact.
Managers reporting that they see more dubious offers appearing that appeal to fears of managers, individuals.
Leading small business publisher offers free report based on interviews and focus groups.
The AARP warns that the Internet is a great source of franchise and work-at-home opportunities, but also a haven for fraudulent schemes and frauds.
Home-based businesses are great, but they aren’t for everyone, says Lesley Spencer Pyle, in this case study of how she made HireMyMom.com work for her.   For starters, you need to be a starter.


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