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The Company That Believes Being A Mom, Military Wife Or Expat Is A Major Asset

by Renee Morad, Forbes.com
September 30, 2017

Audrey Fairbrother and her husband, an Army officer, moved from Kentucky to Colorado in 2013. Audrey searched for a marketing job, but was hesitant to let prospective employers know that she was a military wife. “When I got interviews for jobs I really wanted, I had to lie,” she says. “I usually skirted around the...[Click to read more]

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These Mom Entrepreneurs Revealed How They Turned Their Idea Into A Full-Fledged Business

by Beth Demmon, Romper.com
September 29, 2017

Just in case you needed some convincing that female entrepreneurs are totally killing it, this should do the trick: According to a 2016 study commissioned by American Express, the number of women-owned businesses has grown five times faster than the national average since 2007. With that astounding rate of success, advice from mom entrepreneurs about starting a business is...[Click to read more]

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6 Tips To Design An Efficient Home Office As A Freelancer

by Abdullahi Muhammed, Forbes.com
September 29, 2017

There are many great reasons to work from home. You’ve got no commute, you can head to the kitchen to eat lunch, and thermostat is yours to control. Best of all, you can create a workspace that is customized to meet your needs. Do it right, and you’ll be comfortable and productive. Here are seven tips for designing...[Click to read more]

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These Three Leadership Flaws Are Killing Your Employees’ Productivity

by Fleet Maull, Forbes.com
September 29, 2017

Some management styles prove unpopular to employees, yet as long as profits are positive, managers have little motivation to change. After all, some of history’s most successful leaders seem to share certain characteristics such as arrogance and insensitivity. Take the late Steve Jobs, for example. Jobs was accused of being mean-spirited, arrogant and dictatorial, yet...[Click to read more]

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5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Increase Business Productivity

by Vicky Law, Huffingtonpost.com
September 29, 2017

The number one goal of every entrepreneur is to be successful in business. Despite this goal, we still have an alarming rate of business failure. A study revealed that the number of businesses that closed down exceeded the number of new ventures for the first time in three decades. It was a sign that productive entrepreneurial activity...[Click to read more]

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7 Signs You are Not Managing Your Calendar (or Your Time) Effectively

by JOHN RAMPTON, Inc-asean.com
September 29, 2017

Just because your calendar is full doesn’t mean that you’re an effective time manager. It just means that you have a full diary. As a result you’re probably stressed and running around like a maniac. Time and calendar management can influence all aspects of your life. It’s important to be on the lookout for the following seven signs...[Click to read more]

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How One Woman Worked Full-Time And Earned 2 Degrees While Raising 5 Kids

by Katherine Love, Forbes.com
September 29, 2017

After completing two degrees, Jill Wieck is finally on campus. Eleven years of juggling online courses and remote work allowed the mom of five to earn bachelor’s and master’s diplomas without setting foot in a classroom. Now as Carnegie Mellon University’s advancement office associate director, she relishes the structure and benefits of a 9-to-5.[Click to read more]

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Banning Remote Working is Lazy

by Rachel Sullivan, Business2community.com
September 28, 2017

I sat down last week to catch up on some reading from First Round Review, and clicked into an interview on leadership with One Medical’s VP of marketing, Vanessa Hope Schneider. I started off enjoying it and nodding along, until I got to her fourth point. Here, she shares how she noticed the marketing team worked from...[Click to read more]

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10 Companies Hiring Right Now for the Holiday Season – And How Much They Pay

by Kristen Bahler, Time.com
September 28, 2017

As competition for holiday shoppers heats up, a parallel battle for seasonal staff may have already reached its boiling point. Retail giants have posted hundreds of thousands of holiday jobs in recent weeks — and are offering pay bumps and other financial incentives to coax workers into filling them. On Monday, Target announced it would raise its minimum...[Click to read more]

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