A good job won’t fall into your lap because you are a good person or student. It takes time to create a professional resume, write specific cover letters, and prepare for interviews. Continue reading Just Graduated…What’s Next?
Although the negative consequences of taking extended paternity leave are real, the benefits are invaluable. Ultimately, everyone benefits. Continue reading Let the Men Go Home
Self-care is more than buying yourself an ice cream cone after a hard day. Self-care includes being in tune with your physical, mental, and emotional health. Continue reading Self Care: The Secret to Productivity
Our data can drive innovation. That’s right—personal data collected from you and me can influence new technologies that will improve our lives. Continue reading Trading Up: Exchanging our Data for a Better Life
Working from home. The future of workplaces? Continue reading COVID-19 Special Edition: Your Home: The Workplace of the Future
No matter what kind of organization you are in, everyone can benefit from a little more motivation at work. Continue reading Five Ways to Motivate Yourself and Your Employees
Business ethics are not determined by individuals themselves. Macro-influences like sociological norms, national culture, and legal regulation all impact the degree of ethical compliance within corporations. Continue reading Business Ethics: Co-opting Macro-Influences for Corporate Success
By Rebekah Jensen Peer-to-Peer Lending, Digital Financing, Alternative Lending… All of these terms refer to the same financial phenomenon that has risen in the market in the last decade. The alternative lending industry is relatively small when compared to the nation’s entire lending market, but it is evolving and growing quite quickly. By 2020, market analysts predict the industry to have a total loan origination … Continue reading What’s the Big Idea with Alternative Lending?
As more consumers and businesses see the benefits of renewable energy, several states and territories have implemented, or even re-implemented, pro-solar policies. Continue reading New Policies Give Solar Users an Economic Boost
Society teaches that grades determine your identity and capabilities. Supposedly, grades equate to intelligence. But what does it mean to be intelligent? Continue reading Emotional Intelligence Trumps Your GPA
I walked into a university administration office and found a pasted quote with an unknown author that reads, “Our problem is not that we can’t complete four days of work, but that it takes us five days to do so.” Continue reading Make More, Work Less
Bad audit reports affect us all. Continue reading Three Solutions to Your Audit Lag Problems
The world economy took a nosedive in 2008. Despite bad economic conditions and his own lack of business education, Chad Allen decided to start a residential construction business. And he made it. Continue reading Business 101
Picture this: a country club with a beautiful golf course, located just outside of town. You see flowers, bouquets, suits, dresses, a balloon arch, and, amid it all, two people standing near an altar, promising loyalty and fidelity “as long as [they] both shall live.” In an ideal world, that couple will read their vows, say their “I do’s”, and run off to spend the rest of their lives together. Continue reading For Richer or Poorer