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July 31, 2019
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3 Critical Components of Employee Engagement

If your employees are not engaged in their work, it becomes unlikely that they'll be able to produce work that is above average. You can't just hire someone, give him or her a task and expect him or her to be focused. As a boss, you have to give your employees the guidance that’s necessary for them to excel at their work. Following are three things that can help with employee engagement.
March 24, 2019
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3 Essential Positions You Need in Your Healthcare Practice

In order to run an efficient healthcare business, you'll need to fill three key positions. If you hire the right candidates, the process of treating patients while maintaining the highest level of customer service won't be a hassle.
June 8, 2018
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Should You Take Out a Loan to Start Your Business?

Starting business is exciting for any new business owner. You have so many plans in mind, and are probably excited to introduce your product to the marketplace. As you begin setting up, finances are most likely the first thing on your mind. One option to gain capital is to take out a loan. Before you decide whether or not taking out a loan is a good idea, there are several factors you should take into consideration.
June 7, 2018
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How To Protect Your Business from Sexual Harassment Allegations

With dramatic new developments in personal rights evolving rapidly, it is essential for small business owners to be aware of legal definitions and protections of potential minority groups, including those who may experience discrimination due to sexual harassment. According to Joel H. Schwartz, people who have been sexually harassed have legal rights that they may call upon. If it happened where you work, it could be a violation of both federal and state laws against gender discrimination as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Fair Employment Practices Act. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects employees against discrimination from company owners, administrators, or employees concerning color, ethnicity, race, religion, or sex. Companies are responsible for providing training to protect all employees from possible discriminatory or harassing treatment.