11 Reasons 2014 Will Be A Breakout Year For Women Entrepreneurs

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While women in the upper echelons of corporate America are singing the same old  tune, “Still No Progress After Years of No Progress,” female entrepreneurs have something to rejoice about. There is room for improvement, but the U.S. ranked #1 among 17 countries on having the conditions that foster high potential female …

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Should employees talk about mental illness?

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This month media campaigns are encouraging people to talk about mental illness. This raises the question about whether employees should talk to their employer about mental illness or remain silent for fear of losing their jobs. According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (Commission) in its recent paper “Minds That …

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How home business brings freedom for entrepreneurs with disabilities

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Meet the SME owners overcoming the challenges of having a disability by running a small business from home. Running a business from home is popular with entrepreneurs, for reasons such as convenience, cost savings and flexibility. For those who are affected by health issues and disabilities, a home setting can also provide the freedom and flexibility they need to run a …

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Rise Asset Development- A Website Dedicated to Helping Entreprenuers with Challenges

Supporting business growth. Investing in people. Rise works to empower business owners with access to financing and business support. We recognize the interdependency of financial well-being to one’s overall quality of life. Rise is committed to improving the lives of people who are unable to secure employment due to mental …

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Welfare reform should not take from the sick to give to the poor, advocates say

For two Toronto single women on welfare, expected reforms to social assistance in this spring’s provincial budget could prove either promising or problematic. Both the NDP and the Tories believe people on welfare should be able to earn up to $200 a month before facing clawbacks, as recommended last fall …

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Five free apps to help remind you to take a break

We all work too much. Many don’t realize how important it is to step away from the monitor and take a break. This isn’t just for your physical health, but your mental health.For some users breaks come naturally. For others, a bit of a heads up is necessary. As you …

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My Employment Options Hosting Free ‘Virtual’ Job Fair March 7th!

NEWS FLASH Save the Date: Thu Mar 7 th – 10 am to 5 pm eastern   My Employment Options (MEO) will host their 2nd Free ‘Virtual’ Job Fair event on March 7th! Open to anyone in the US, no matter their state of residence! But you must register on …

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