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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…

There’s no free lunch and most workers don’t want one anyway

There’s no free lunch and most workers don’t want one anyway

You’ve probably heard the popular adage that “there’s no such thing as a free lunch,” underscoring the idea that it is impossible to get something for nothing. Yet most Americans…

10 office organization tips to boost productivity

10 office organization tips to boost productivity

Empty boxes, piles of paper, pens strewn about – everyone is guilty of office disorganization. What most people don’t realize is a messy, disheveled office space can actually dramatically reduce…

Your four-step plan to changing careers and becoming a teacher

Your four-step plan to changing careers and becoming a teacher

What’s your goal for 2016? Do you want to lose weight, learn a new skill or quit smoking? Perhaps you’ve decided to set goals around your career instead. Earning more…

5 tips that will help your small business make the most of 2016

5 tips that will help your small business make the most of 2016

Is there any time of year more important for a small business than right now? The business you do in these months will go a long way toward not only…

5 ways to make your first impression a lasting one

5 ways to make your first impression a lasting one

Within the first few seconds of meeting someone, an opinion is immediately formed that can last forever. This encounter often sets the tone for the relationship that follows. So how…

Working parents: Think your employer doesn’t ‘get’ you? You may be right, but there is still hope

Working parents: Think your employer doesn’t ‘get’ you? You may be right, but there is still hope

More American families than ever before have two parents working, but recent studies show many employers haven’t adapted to this change in the workforce demographics. Working parents feel burnt out…

What employers look for in the 21st century nurse

What employers look for in the 21st century nurse

Over the last decade, a number of changes have transformed the healthcare industry. The Affordable Care Act has enabled more than 16.4 million Americans to receive healthcare coverage. Advancements in…

5 ways to improve your workday every day

5 ways to improve your workday every day

Workdays — over the course of your career there’s a lot of them. Too many in fact to just keep soldiering through when something isn’t working. The good news, however,…