Guajardo & Marks, LLP, a personal injury law firm in Dallas, TX, has announced Molly Knowles, a student at the University Texas School of Law, as the winner of the Guajardo & Marks Scholarship Program.
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Running a business from home is what many people on the 9 to 5 treadmill dream of, and it is possible. But how do you balance business and home? Here are 4 tips. The post 4 Tips to Achieving the Perfect Balance Between Your Home and Business Lives appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
A bespoke office design can reinforce your brand identity and make your company unforgettable, which is particularly important if you're operating in a competitive niche. The post Four Tips to Ensure Your Office Design Reflects Your Brand’s Identity appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
By implementing the following simple processes into your company, you can help support engagement and wellness at work. The post Five Simple Tips to Significantly Improve Employee Engagement appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
Back in 1999, Last Night of Freedom was born - when the web was first booming and I was just a cider-swilling student, taking business calls in my pants. The post Entrepreneur Story: Matt Mavir, Founder of Last Night of Freedom appeared first on Home Business Magazine.
"Medicaid for All" might sound compelling. But Medicaid provides low-quality care to its current beneficiaries, who are generally poor and among the most vulnerable in society, at extremely high cost to taxpayers. Expanding it would only exacerbate its problems.