Best Regards vs. Kind Regards: How to Use Them Each in an Email
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Best Regards vs. Kind Regards: How to Use Them Each in an Email

Story originally posted on Hubspot. Written by Meg Prater You write a masterful email. The subject line is uber-clickable. Your greeting is friendly without being overly familiar. And then you get to your sign-off. “Thanks” is too generic, “Sincerely” is too formal, and “Cheers” seems tired. “Best regards” and “kind regards” are two of your best options for business email … Continue reading

10 Questions to Create A Workplace Culture That Employees Love
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10 Questions to Create A Workplace Culture That Employees Love

Story originally posted on Thrive Global. Written by Tim Burningham. A work culture review is an instrument for gathering bits of information from association-related workers to survey and develop the business and make enhancements to authority strategies, future projects, and general adjustments in the association. It is a study that examines how the ethos of … Continue reading

Finally, an Answer To: Are Cover Letters Still Necessary?
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Finally, an Answer To: Are Cover Letters Still Necessary?

Story originally posted on “The Muse“. Written by Regina Borsellino The cover letter is a contender for job seekers’ most hated part of the job search. Personally, when browsing job boards, I’ve always gravitated toward the postings that said “cover letter optional” or didn’t mention one at all—and I’m a writer. When you’re deep in … Continue reading

The New Business Toolbox: Help Your New Business Do It Right The First Time
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The New Business Toolbox: Help Your New Business Do It Right The First Time

Provided by Skillshare – Transform your new business by understanding the opportunities (and pitfalls) that are right around the corner. Seth Godin has learned these lessons the hard way, and in this entertaining (and useful) class, he’ll share what he knows. Save time and avoid dead ends as you organize and grow your small business … Continue reading

Information Session to Enroll in the H.O.P.E. Project
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Information Session to Enroll in the H.O.P.E. Project

When: Thursday January 2, 2014 @ 6:05 PM Where: International Graduate University Address: 1325 D St. SE Washington DC 20003 Attending this information session is mandatory. To enroll you must meet the following criteria. > Must be a DC Resident (you must present identification with your name and DC address, such as your unexpired driver’s license or … Continue reading

Black Male Achievement Fellowship
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Black Male Achievement Fellowship

  Story provided by Echoing Green –  The Open Society Black Male Achievement (BMA) Fellowship, powered by Echoing Green, is an innovative partnership between the Open Society Foundations and Echoing Green, dedicated to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys in the U.S. It is the first fellowship program in the world for social entrepreneurs … Continue reading