Affordable Ways to Incorporate Philanthropy in Your Small Business

Corporate social accountability in this modern world has proliferated from a competitive benefit to companies' definite must. Generally, clients tend to look for brands that apply sustainability and philanthropy. Additionally, organizations that share part of their profits to bet ...

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Supporting Asian-American Businesses

As a country formed by immigrants, the United States has always welcomed people who seek a better life. Among the many who have long sought freedom and a better life are the Asian people. Like many who emigrated from other countries, Asians have encountered obstacles to their suc ...

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Leadership Lessons From Fellow Businesswomen

The corporate glass ceiling is a reality for many women. At the end of 2020, only eight percent of America's 500 large corporations had women CEOs at the helm. Women who attain the top positions often learn some tough lessons along the way. · Sharing advice on how other women can ...

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3 Female Entrepreneurs Changing the Beauty Industry

Though women have long been the public face of the beauty industry, they have historically been kept out of decision-making behind the scenes. Times are changing, and as more females step into leadership roles, so are skincare, cosmetic, and hair care brands. Here are three women ...

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Sexism in the Workplace, and How to Counter It

To some people, sexism might seem like a thing in the past, but to others, it’s still a stark part of their reality. No matter what your job is, sexism exists, and sometimes in ways other than what you might expect. Not every instance of sexism is calling someone out in front of ...

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How to Build Positive Workplace Relationships

Work isn’t always someone’s favorite place to be. While some days are great and extremely productive, other days drag out and seem to take forever between the start and end of the day. Our coworkers are the people we interact with the most throughout both good and bad days, so ha ...

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Ways to Be Charitable With Your Family

An important lesson to teach your children is to be kind and charitable toward others, especially those less fortunate than yourself. Not everyone has the same privileges in life, though how people come across these difficulties varies: some are born into it, while others end up ...

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Philanthropy on a Budget

For some people, it’s either not easy or not feasible to give to charity because of budget concerns. In unprecedented times such as these, it’s especially difficult to find the extra funds to help those in need—but charitable giving doesn’t necessarily boil down to monetary donat ...

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Strategies for Building a Successful Career

Building a successful career takes three things: knowledge, patience, and responsibility. Without these things, an employer will pass over a candidate every time. · Knowledge · A successful career takes you understanding two things: what your strengths are and what you want to do ...

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Warning Signs that Your Company Culture is Broken

When a company has a steady, positive company culture, employees are often more productive, energetic, and are excited to contribute to the success of the company. They enjoy coming to work every day and will be less likely to seek employment elsewhere. However, as soon as the co ...

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Rethinking Philanthropy for the Next Generation

When thinking about Millenials, people often visualize the same thing: A lazy teenager sprawled out on the couch, watching videos, or listening to music; chatting or engaging in some type of social media. But perhaps, this relates to social media is the very thing that is causing ...

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What Happens When You Combine Corporate Marketing and Giving?

There are examples everywhere of large corporations advertising that they will perform some charitable or philanthropic activity in connection to sales, opt-ins, or other forms of engagement with their brand or products. According to this article, the motivations behind these cam ...

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How to Start a Book Club at Work

When you’re working with other people on a daily basis, it’s great to develop morale. If you all are growing and learning together, it will benefit everyone and the company in the long run. A great way to build a positive rapport is through the launch of a book club. Consider a f ...

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The Rising Power of Peer Support

Most employees are going to go through personal struggles because after all, they’re only human. For so long, the widely held belief has been that personal issues need to stay out of the workplace, and if you’re struggling with one, you need to take time off to fix it. But this i ...

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Maximizing An Organization’s Charitable Giving

Giving to charities has numerous advantages for businesses in addition to being the right thing to do. It can connect companies to their communities, boost their reputations and support some very good causes. Here are several approaches business organizations can take to maximize ...

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Melinda Gate’s Inspiring New Pledge

Melinda Gates Pledges $1 Billion in Donations to Support Equality for Women · A pledge by Melinda Gates to spend $1 billion over the next decade to support women and girls and build a female power base in the United States is making news. The funds will be distributed in the form ...

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Keeping Equipment and Space Clean and Clear

Keeping the workplace neat and tidy can often be a more important concern than many businesses might realize. From cultivating a more professional image to eliminating the equipment, supplies and other clutter that may be obstructing the movements of their staff and associates, a ...

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Methods for Improving Work Productivity

Companies and employees alike are looking to maximize productivity so no one is wasting their time. Improving productivity can be a nuanced task, however, and there are a few ways to approach it. The following are some methods that, alone or combined, have been proven to work. · ...

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Empathy is Essential for Any Industry Leader

Historically a leader brings to mind images of a brave, strong person who is seemingly impenetrable and able to stand firm. Our standard Hercules. But in reality, a leader is an encouraging force, motivator, and someone who helps others to rise. A leader cannot be great without a ...

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Tips for Communicating with Your Remote Team

Remote work is more common than ever in the United States, and the percentage of full-time at-home employees is only expected to grow as technology improves. There is a myriad of benefits to having an entirely remote company. From a greater work/life balance to reduced overhead e ...

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