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Posted 9/12/17 at 7:23 AM | Mark John

5 Ways Businesses Can Help Communities Prosper

Recent changes in the way businesses interact with their customers have facilitated a new dynamic that encourages engagement, and close cooperation with the business sector. The impersonal nature of big business has largely been done away with, in favour of closer cooperation between the corporate sector and the private sector. Nowadays, partnerships are being built on a local, regional, and state level. These local businesses offer many benefits that big business simply cannot compete with, by providing the personal touch that is so lacking in large multinational corporations.

Businesses can assist communities in a myriad of ways. Our listing includes 5 of the most effective ways that business and community can enjoy a harmonious, symbiotic relationship:

1. Whether you are self-employed, or working for a company, you will appreciate the value of a health care plan for you and your family. The business sector is best positioned to offer these services to families, and individuals. President Barack Obama pushed through Obamacare as an affordable way (at the time) for Americans to be insured against medical illness, existing conditions, and medical emergency. Employers are mandated by law to provide healthcare benefits to full-time employees, and this is extremely beneficial to the well-being of communities. While the costs are frowned upon, and coverage is somewhat limited, this is still the lesser of two evils that exists in society. Until the Trump administration conjures up a plan with wide-ranging support, Obamacare is the law of the land. FULL POST

Posted 9/11/17 at 12:03 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Fatal Four – Common Causes of Construction Accidents

https://johnsongarcialaw.com/fatal-four-common-causes-construction-accidents/ | 937 construction workers died in 2015, and over 50 percent of them can be attributed to what Johnson Garcia LLP labels as the fatal four.

Posted 9/11/17 at 12:02 AM | Sylvie Simms

WANT HEALTHY EMPLOYEES? LET IN THE LIGHT

http://spaceplus.com/space-plus-blog/want-healthy-employees-let-light/ | Healthy, happy employees are productive employees. Once of the best ways to improve wellness and mood is to let plenty of natural light into the office.

Posted 9/10/17 at 11:58 PM | Sylvie Simms

5 MYTHS ABOUT TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

http://www.shumanlegal.com/blog/5-myths-traumatic-brain-injury/ | 153 people die every day from traumatic brain injuries, and Shuman Legal is here to dispel some of the common myths surrounding these injuries.

Posted 9/5/17 at 2:07 PM | Margarita Hakobyan

How Men and Women Evaluate Losses Differently in Business

When talking about male and female differences, it is worth reminding us that it all is rooted back to nature, by justifying this fact with an initial creation of two different forms of human beings- man and a woman. As it is in other spheres of life the same goes for business as well: Men and women evaluate their strength, achievements, and losses differently in business.

Why? Because men and women have different psychology, a different way of thinking and as we are used to say “We come from two different planets”. The battle or comparison of genders has started many years ago and continues till now.

When it comes to managing businesses, men are generally more spontaneous when making decisions, while women tend to be more attentive and careful before opting for something in a business world.

In this article, we will try to shed a light on the ways and differences on how men and women act in stressful situations when it comes to losses in business and how they evaluate their losses differently in business.

Below are some of the key differences between male and female business thinking: FULL POST

Posted 9/3/17 at 12:21 AM | Dylan Moran

Does Gambling Hurt or Help the Economy?

It’s a question that has been argued for hundreds of years and one that always finds a way to raise its head in the current climate: Does gambling hurt the economy or does it help it?

There are two sides to every story, tow arguments for every case. The ones who want to see gambling legalized in the United States point to the fact that it will generate more money for the regions in which the casinos are placed. They argue that it will help to boost business, creating more jobs, attracting more tourists and generally keeping more money in.

The ones against it argue that it will destroy these local towns. They say that it will eradicate local business, making everything a front for gambling and effectively wiping out any sense of identity and culture that these regions had previously. But what is the truth?

Gambling is Not That Profitable

As Christians, we campaign against gambling legalization because it is immoral and promotes unethical activity. But let’s not kid ourselves. That has nothing to do with why it’s illegal. The truth is, if it made money then it would be legal. FULL POST

Posted 8/30/17 at 11:57 PM | Sylvie Simms

5 REASONS TO SECURE YOUR TRAINING CONTENT

http://blog.contentraven.com/blog/5-reasons-to-secure-your-training-content | Training content and materials can mean countless hours spent developing these modules. Read on to learn more about why you should secure your training content.

Posted 8/30/17 at 12:47 AM | Sylvie Simms

How To Choose the Perfect Parking Bollard

https://www.parkingzone.com/resources/how-to-choose-the-perfect-parking-bollard/ | Parking bollards and delineators help guide traffic through parking lots and streets, keeping vehicles and pedestrians moving, preventing accidents, and restricting access to blocked off locations.


Posted 8/30/17 at 12:33 AM | Sylvie Simms

Questions To Ask When Deciding on Shelving

http://www.aurorastorage.com/questions-ask-deciding-shelving/ | 5 questions to ask when choosing the perfect shelving system for your specific needs, provided by experts at Aurora Storage. For more info, call 800-277-1699.

Posted 8/29/17 at 2:13 PM | Brian Wallace

How Corporate Welfare Kills Small Businesses

When corporations get handouts from the government that small businesses don't get, it makes it harder for small businesses to compete. Learn more about corporate welfare.

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