Visual storytelling has stronger effect

September 29, 2014

By Lynn Manternach / Guest Editorial
Visual storytelling has been with us since the days of cave drawings, and it’s not going away. The platforms may evolve over time, but the power of visuals to engage, inform and motivate remains constant.

The power of advocacy

September 22, 2014

By Regenia Bailey / Guest Editorial

Nonprofit organizations play important roles in communities as experts in their areas of service. It is therefore problematic when nonprofit organizations shy away from advocacy and policy work.

Are they independent contractors or employees?

September 15, 2014

By Jean Kruse / Guest Editorial

Need help with some aspects of your small business, but aren’t ready to add an additional employee? Many small business owners, when confronted with this situation, believe the only way they can afford to hire a person is to classify the new hire as an independent contractor so they do not have to pay the payroll taxes associated with an employee.

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