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Author:Tess Palladino

To Gift or Not to Gift?

It’s that time of year, folks! The holiday season is upon us – and it’s coming up fast.   You might be struggling to come up with gift ideas if you’re a boss with a slew of employees or a small business owner. Or you might be debating whether or not to give presents in general. Don’t forget that a nice...

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Our Favorite Women-Owned Businesses

I feel blessed to live in a time where so many women are succeeding in the business world. I love supporting women-owned businesses – and bonus points if they’re local! It’s nice to be able to build one another up and support other power ladies.   These are my favorite women-owned businesses. Tell us what your own personal favorite female-led businesses...

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Company Culture: How To Tell If You Have It

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” How can an employer tell if their office has a healthy and happy company culture? We’ve got some ideas. People want to work there. You are constantly receiving LinkedIn messages and emails asking about open positions. Word travels fast. Your current employees are your best recruiters. Your employees are happy. Look around. Do people...

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Company Cultures We Love

“Culture is to recruiting as product is to marketing.” - Hubspot Does your company offer good benefits, free gym membership, an occasional free lunch here or there? Great. That’s a good start. In today’s world of office masseurs, daily catered lunches, and paid time off – the perks that used to make up a company’s culture are no longer enough. Your employees...

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How to Write a Kick-ass Resume

Nine Rules for Writing a Kick-Ass Resume It's time for a change, people. If you’re not updating your resume regularly, you’re behind the times. I had done a terrible job of tracking my personal growth and updating my skills and accomplishments throughout my tenure at my previous job. My role had evolved over time, but my resume only reflected the basic duties...

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