By Mary Kay Rossi on May 15th, 2013
I had a glorious free 15 minutes last night to catch a TEDTalk, and it didn’t disappoint. Brian Halligan (of HubSpot fame) spoke about the evolving state of company culture and new ways to think about hiring employees, particularly millennials – defined as those born after 1980. This age group is the largest segmentation in… Read the full article.
By Brian Halligan on May 10th, 2013
Every year, just before Mother’s Day, we stand in front of the card display or click through screens full of e-cards trying to find the one that says precisely what we mean. Sometimes that’s a sentimental message about life and love and family. Sometimes it’s a “Someecard”. I admit to occasionally leaning toward the latter. (Shameful, I know.) But, no matter how… Read the full article.
Farmworkers Childrens began as a 4 week summer camp (Campo Alegre) for 40 migrant children in 1981, incorporated in 1989 as a not for profit, grew to 100, transforming in 1995 to a 7-week academic educational program with after school help for 80+ students. We now provide for the underserved in coastal south Palm Beach… Read the full article.
With the answers to the seven questions in this e-book from Paychex, small business employers can get back to focusing on why they went into business in the first place.
Learn how having effective collection practices in place is imperative to having a short DSO, a healthy cash flow, and may help you avoid litigation, in this article from RMS – Receivable Management Services.