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How To Be Safe and Smart This Memorial Day
Memorial Day commemorates the men and women who died while serving in the military.  Memorial Day is a time of remembrance but it is also a time of celebration.  As such, many Americans take this holiday for rest and relaxation with their loved ones.   As a nation, we may spend this holiday long weekend […]
Can I Have an Open Container at the Beach?
Memorial Day is a holiday that most of us celebrate with family and friends. The kids are out of school and we are able to spend time with them one-on-one. Maybe you plan to bar-b-que, maybe you plan to go out of town for the long weekend, or maybe you plan to spend time with […]
Tips for When Your Employer Does Not Have Maternity Leave
Today, the United States lags behind other countries when it comes to paid maternity leave. This is an unfortunate reality that many mothers face.  If you are expecting a child but your employer does not have maternity leave available, let us share a few tips to help you.   1. If your company has 50 […]
Tips for Saying Thank You to Mom on Mother’s Day
Moms are incredible. Our moms raise children, excel in their careers, maintain the household and keep food on the table, all while making it look effortless. Moms teach us everything we know and are incredibly selfless, kind-hearted and patient. How should we say “thank you” this Mother’s Day?   In light of all our moms […]
How to Ensure Your Special Needs Child is Safe at School
As parents, it is our job to worry about our children. It can be increasingly difficult when your child has a disability that prevents him or her from advocating for him or herself. One of your main priorities as a parent is to ensure the safety of your special needs child. When he or she […]
Why We Love Our Staff! (Happy Administrative Assistant Appreciation Week)
Every day, administrative assistants keep companies and offices afloat. These individuals work tirelessly to provide businesses with organization, communication and administration. While often administrative assistants and secretaries receive little credit for their work, they truly are the backbones of businesses like ours.   Each April, during the last week, we celebrate Administrative Assistant Appreciation Week. […]
3 Real World Examples of Employment Discrimination
Employment discrimination is still a common and recurring theme within the workplace. It can come in many forms, be extremely overt, quietly subtle, or fall somewhere in between. If a member of a protected class is treated differently than his or her peers without proper cause, however, employment discrimination may be at play.   Do […]
3 Tips to Protect Your Children from Human Trafficking
While it is not something many people talk about openly, human trafficking incidents have become more and more frequent. The International Labor Organization estimates that there are 20.9 million victims of human trafficking globally. 26% of them are children. While there is no official estimate of the total number of human trafficking victims in the […]
It’s Your Right to Say NO on a Date
Dates are exciting. Whether it is your first date with someone you have recently met or a few months in with your ‘dream partner,’ dating is a fun and exciting time in many of our lives. Sometimes, however, dates can turn out differently than you originally expected. If your date or partner assumes you are […]
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