How To Increase The Bottom Line In Your Small Business

So, you’ve got that side hustle up and running.  It’s starting to feel more and more like a real business.  And you’re optimistic that it will continue to grow.  While that may be satisfying to your ego, you’re also doing it for the financial rewards.  How do you increase the […]

11 Home Improvements For a Safer and Greener Home

Do you feel safe in your home? What would you do in the case of a fire, burst pipe or robbery? Ever wonder about your home’s environmental impact and long to do your part to make your home greener? You don’t need to make major changes to address these concerns. […]

How to Navigate Your Immigration Status During Job Interviews

No immigrant working in the U.S. can ignore the frenzied debates taking place in Washington, D.C., lately: Will spouses of H-1B visa holders lose authorization to work in the U.S.? Will politicians gut the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program that gives international students opportunities to work here before and after they graduate? Who will […]

“Helping the World Run Better”—An Interview with Jewell Parkinson, SAP’s Head of Human Resources

In today’s hyper-connected world, technology underpins countless everyday actions and transactions. And when it’s working really well, we don’t even know that it’s there. Perhaps that’s why the enterprise software firm SAP—though well known in business—is not a household name, even though most of us likely interact with the firm’s […]

My Illness Inspired Me to Launch 2 Organizations Dedicated to Helping Others

At just 15 years old, Roxanne Black-Weisheit was diagnosed with Lupus. At 42, she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Black-Weisheit has overcome extensive adversity, but it’s only made her stronger and more driven. Here’s how she launched not one, but two nonprofits helping people with illnesses. Read Complete Article