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Save money, cut stress with savvy small-business travel tips

Save money, cut stress with savvy small-business travel tips

If you work for a small business, you’re in good company. There are 28 million small businesses in the United States that provide 55 percent of all jobs, according to…

5 ways to say goodbye to your ‘sad desk lunch’

5 ways to say goodbye to your ‘sad desk lunch’

You’re running out the door, already late and thinking about that important 8 a.m. meeting. Lunch is the last thing on your mind. In fact, you usually just pick something…

Emerging trends in nursing instruction signal shifts across education

Emerging trends in nursing instruction signal shifts across education

When patients are treated as individuals, they become engaged, active partners in their care plan and their health outcomes improve. This shift in providing customized care to patients is also…

Why your employer wants you to volunteer – and why you should

Why your employer wants you to volunteer – and why you should

Does your employer consider community service part of a job well done? If you’re wondering whether you should take advantage of your employer’s offer to pay you for volunteer time,…

The exception is now the rule: There’s a ‘new majority’ in college classrooms

The exception is now the rule: There’s a ‘new majority’ in college classrooms

When most people hear “college student,” they likely envision an 18-year-old who is fresh out of high school. But the student body on America’s campuses has evolved. In fact, according…

5 tips to improve meeting efficiency and productivity

5 tips to improve meeting efficiency and productivity

Creating efficient work environments is a common goal among executives and office professionals alike. To keep everything running smoothly in the workplace, organization is essential. A new Post-it Brand Workplace…

10 ways to be more active during the work day

10 ways to be more active during the work day

We’re sitting too much and it’s dangerous. The average American spends more than seven hours sitting every day, and the more time you sit, the higher your risk of serious,…

5 tips for mastering your first phone interview

5 tips for mastering your first phone interview

The path to professional success often begins with a phone interview. In fact, 82 percent of HR managers and working professionals say that phone skills are key to both landing…

Spring cleaning tricks for small businesses and home offices

Spring cleaning tricks for small businesses and home offices

Being a small-business owner or home-based professional is hard work. Long hours may come with big rewards, but maintaining a clean and well-organized office might just be one of the…

5 changes to watch for this tax season

This tax season brings changes you should know about as you’re preparing your 2015 return and planning for 2016 and beyond. Here are five areas to keep in mind. There’s…

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