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Handy Hiring Tips: Part 2

By Alexa Connelly
July 31, 2012

Once your nonprofit organization has advertised for new volunteers and employees and the resumes and applications start to arrive, it is important to have a plan for the types of requirements you expect during the interview process.  Behavioral testing and background and credit checks are all important to enact when looking to hire a new ...

Don’t Forget Fall Cleaning!

By Alexa Connelly
July 27, 2012

It’s coming to the time of pumpkins, falling leaves, and thanksgiving, but before any of that, you need to get your fall cleaning done. This does not involve the regular vacuuming, taking out the trash, and spraying a little febreeze, this is the real deal. Here are some fall cleaning tips: Turn over your mattress, ...

Handy Hiring Tips

By Alexa Connelly
July 26, 2012

You are looking to hire an employee or increase your volunteers in your nonprofit organization but you want to make sure it’s the RIGHT match. You want someone that brings a mix of abilities, skills, and friendliness to your nonprofit. How do you know what you are looking for in a candidate? Well, figure out ...

Preventing Slips & Falls

By Alexa Connelly
July 24, 2012

Most of us have been in the situation where we become distracted or trip and down we go hitting the pit of embarrassment we soak in until we get back up from a fall. Not only can a fall hurt your pride, but you can also be stuck remembering the moment again and again as ...

Pool Safety with Children

By Alexa Connelly
July 24, 2012

Does your daycare have a pool that the children use or is nearby where children play? Although you may be aware of some pool safety tips, do you know specific pool safety tips for children? It is great for children to learn to swim at a young age, but this needs to be done in ...

Business Insurance

By Alexa Connelly
July 23, 2012

Are you planning to start a home based business or already have? Prior to launching your home based business, it is critical that you make sure you are properly insured. Many homeowners’ insurance carriers exclude and claims that have to do with a business being run out of a home.  Home owners insurance covers your ...

5 Tips for a Better Non-profit Website

By Alexa Connelly
July 20, 2012

Since most of the world is on the web today, your company needs to be on there as well. But, to make sure that your website stands out among the rest in your field of work, here are a few tips: Navigation throughout your website should be fairly easy for visitors. Put your menu bar ...

Get Your Company on Pinterest

By Alexa Connelly
July 19, 2012

Pinterest is one of the new favorite websites to ‘pin’ images, recipes, crafts, etc. on the internet and share them with your friends. This sounds like all fun and games, but pinterest can actually be used to market your Nonprofit Organization. Using pinterest to pin images, goals, and sayings about upcoming fundraisers and events allows ...

Build Safety into Employment Practices

By Alexa Connelly
July 17, 2012

Shouldn’t we be rewarded for our good deeds? Improvement upon difficult areas should be done to make sure we are behaving as safely as possible too. With that said, safe employee driving should have incentives while poor operation requires retraining or consequences. Ways to increase the likelihood of driving compliance by your employees include: incentives, ...

Linked In for Nonprofit Organizations

By Alexa Connelly
July 16, 2012

LinkedIn is a social platform that offers a simple way to learn about, and reach out to, millions of supporters and donors. The best part of this social networking is that it is FREE. There are five simple steps your business can do for maximum LinkedIn networking: Creating a profile If you have not created ...

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