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Posted By: John L. on April 24, 2018 in
When contractors think about technology, we all have our views on what will work, what might work, and what won’t work. And for some, 3D printing falls into that last category. After all, many still think of 3D printing as a manufacturing tool used in factories.
Posted By: Paige N. on April 20, 2018 in
If you’re in the hotel industry, there's a good chance your property is working with online travel agencies (OTAs). These companies’ websites are often among the first places people check when looking for lodging. And while working with OTAs gives your property visibility, the 15-30% commission fees can cut into your profits.
Posted By: Aaron S. on April 20, 2018 in
Landing top talent is a big win for any small business and doing so is not an accident. Competition over talented candidates is fiercer now than it has been in years. Industries that experience peak business seasons are often required to hire multiple employees within a short period of time, which can create a significant strain on time and resources. Listed below are a few tips to leverage when filling those open positions.
Posted By: Michael S. on April 18, 2018 in
Having worked in the industry for over three decades, there was never a dull moment. We always had processes to monitor, parts to produce, or costs to cut. Most manufacturing companies do a pretty good job of managing their core competencies. After all, we are manufacturers.
Posted By: Addie B. on April 17, 2018 in
Getting a tax refund? You’re not alone. Most Americans overpay their federal taxes each year. The IRS reports that over 80% of filers receive a refund annually, and the average individual refund for tax year 2016 was over $3,000!

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