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Caregiver Burnout and Other Risks

Well-meaning family members and friends often give an enthusiastic “Yes!” when someone asks for a little help at home due to age, illness, or other life changes that leave them in need of support. It feels good to help someone out and make them happier, after all. But that help can turn into burnout for the caregiver.

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What Is Leaky Gut & Do You Have It?

Submitted by Veronica Wheat of Chef V. Leaky anything never sounds good: Pipes. Faucet. Radiator. Can you think of a situation where leaking is a good thing? I can’t think of one. The worst leak of all, one that affects millions of people’s health and happiness is leaky gut.

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How to Conduct a Workplace Investigation That Keeps You Out of Hot Water

In this age of #MeToo, it is more vital than ever to conduct proper investigations into complaints of sexual and other types of harassment in your workplace. To be effective, investigations must be timely, thorough, confidential (to the extent practical and as permitted by law), and transparent.

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Your Business Website Needs to Do More Than Look Good

There are many factors that create a good functional website. Your website’s point is to showcase to prospects that you are the best company for them and how you either solve their problems or enhance their life with your product or service. When creating your business website, you need an open-source content management system (CMS), clear and concise messaging, and an easy to navigate website.

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Own Your Inbox – Our Top 10 Email Tips

One of the most vital first impressions of you and your business is often experienced via email. For a task most people find second nature, there can be some very telling pitfalls or red flags that indicate a lack of professionalism, issues with time management, and even some very glaring grammatical or representative problems that can tarnish your brand and image.

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Contactless Solutions to Elevate Your Business in 2021

In a recent study conducted by Forrester and the National Retail Federation, 94% of retailers expect the use of contactless payments to grow over the next 18 months. While not surprising, it is a reason to invest in the most up-to-date contactless payment technology for your customers and industry.

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Managing Collections Under COVID

Slow-paying or nonpaying customers/clients adversely affect the company’s cash flow. Proactive measures during COVID can help identify and remedy collection issues before they spiral out of control and cause irreversible damage.

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