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Your Business and an Ethical Culture

With weekly – and sometimes daily – scandals in the corporate world, standing out as an ethical business is the backbone of success. It begins in the highest echelons of a company. When the owner, HR, and upper management make… Read more »

Top 6 Skillsets for Office Staff

Working in an office is no different than any other position – to succeed takes commitment and soft skills, as well as the right education, training, and experience.  Every office, from banking, finance, and insurance, to law firms, medical offices,… Read more »

Your Resume Story

Creating a resume that catches attention and puts you on the short list can be a challenge. Sometimes it seems like the rules are always changing, but the bottom line remains the same. You have to know your audience and… Read more »

The Multi-Generational Company

    “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”     Stephen R. Covey         As Baby Boomers retire – in droves, Millennials take hold of the reins, and the first class GenZ college graduates enter the workforce, companies… Read more »

Career Management

Success is often swifter and sweeter to those who take the time to manage their careers; to be proactive in setting and intentionally meeting their professional and personal objectives. It doesn’t happen in a day, of course, or a week,… Read more »

Maine Celebrates July 4th

Maine, the Pine Tree State, was recognized as the 23rd state on March 15, 1820, as part of the Missouri Compromise, which allowed the entrance of a “free” Maine since Missouri entered as a slave state. Settlers first arrived in… Read more »

Cutting Through the Chaos of H-1B Work Visa

There’s a lot of emotions, politics, and general chaotic uproar surrounding the H–1B visa. Let’s pause a moment, dump the chaos, and take a straightforward look at the situation. It began when a shortage of technological, scientific, and other specialized talent… Read more »

Customer Service Tips for Social Media

Winning customer service doesn’t start when someone walks through your door or end with just a friendly phone call to follow up with a client. It doesn’t revolve around the occasional helpful email when someone has a question. Why? Because… Read more »