Monthly Archives: November 2017

Sexual Harassment: Mediasplaining vs. Fact

 

By MJ Plaster

As the list of outted perverts grows, it makes you wonder if it would be easier to create a list of people who don’t sexually harass or inappropriately touch people over whom they have power. At the same time, it seems that men are in danger of having their every glance and utterance cataloged to prove harassment. It doesn’t help that everything has become a microaggression.

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Early 2018 Tax Tips For Small Businesses

With only a countable number of days remaining to wrap up the year 2017, small businesses are getting everything needed to file tax of the ending year. As you approach January of the year 2018, ensure that you have all the documents pertaining transactions of your business for the year 2017.

But even before you reach out to your accountant, there are a number of tips that you need to familiarize yourself with. Stay tuned here to find the tips on what you should do or just understand as you approach January 2018.  Continue reading

Four Tips For Giving Great Gifts Without Breaking The Bank

As the holidays roll around we all start to look for ways to cut corners and save as much of our hard earned money as possible. The good news is that it is absolutely possible (and even easy) to save money without sacrificing any holiday joys! Let’s take a look at some effective ways to have a truly memorable holiday season without breaking the bank. Continue reading

Is “The Customer Is King” All It’s Cracked up to Be?

 

By MJ Plaster

Suspend reality for a moment and pretend business doesn’t answer to its gods, the shareholders—or in the case of small-to-medium businesses, monied interests. Whom would you choose for top billing—customer or employee? Before you make up your mind, read about some of the success stories at companies who put their employees first.

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