National Business Women's Week By Sharon Schweitzer The National Business Women’s Week is a salute to the achievements of all working women. It is celebrated during the last full week in October every year. The President of the United States customarily opens the week with a message, and many governors and mayors issue similar [...]
Texas Czech Heritage Month By Sharon Schweitzer In 1999, the Texas legislature declared October as officially Texas Czech Heritage month. Since then Czech food, festivals, culture, education, and entertainment have continued to expand throughout the state, while also strengthening the ties between the two regions. That the Czech language is still spoken in Texas is [...]
Tips to Overcome Challenges in a Friendship For those of you that didn't know this past Sunday was International Friendship Day, which is celebrated on the first Sunday of August every year. August is known to be a month filled with good fortune, happiness and harmony. One would say this holiday is sacred. [...]
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In spirit of November 17 National Take A Hike Day, learn 3 ways you can stay active at work and the numerous health benefits you can gain.
For business owners, this rising trend means paying extra attention to company values and ethics, to avoid alienating potential employees and customers. In order to boost your business’ ethical transparency, respect modern business ethics as follows.
Whether you’re applying for your first internship or asking a professor to vouch for your research skills, these 10 tips will help you overcome the challenge of a sparse resume and obtain the references you need.
Adjusting to Texan culture can be tricky; for some non-natives, our brand of Southern Hospitality and Texas-sized state pride may seem unfamiliar or overwhelming. These five insights will help you feel right at home.