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    1. 5 Tips for Boosting Social Media Engagement

      5 Tips for Boosting Social Media Engagement

      Social media is used for different purposes. News outlets tweet out breaking news, fashion trends are posted on Instagram, and political ads are promoted through Facebook. Social media platforms are also used by companies, who use them to advertise services and products, build up brand identity, and to engage with potential clients. 

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    2. From Zero to Wow: 6 Uniforms That Every Employee Will Love

      From Zero to Wow: 6 Uniforms That Every Employee Will Love

      Have you ever worked at a 9 to 5 job where there is a mandatory uniform? But... this required uniform is old, frumpy, and 100 percent unflattering? We've been there too!
      There are benefits of uniforms: brand-awareness, unity, equality. Unfortunately, many companies don’t do much research and end up ordering hundreds of oversized polos and poorly-made sweaters that they expect their employees to wear each day.

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    3. 6 Tips on Professionally Reaching New Heights in 2020

      6 Tips on Professionally Reaching New Heights in 2020

      Can you believe 2020 is here? We can’t either! With the new decade beginning, it’s important to take baby steps that will eventually help you reach your professional goals this year. Whether you hope to become a team leader or get that promotion finally, 2020 is the year for you to accomplish even more.  

      Incorporating positive habits into your workweek is the perfect way to grow professionally and get recognized by your supervisor. Here are 6 tips on what you can do to professionally reach new heights in 2020. 

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    4. The Importance of Health Insurance to a Company

      The Importance of Health Insurance to a Company

      Health insurance helps protect an individual or family from financial loss for costs incurred because of sickness or injury. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, an estimated 85 percent of all Americans have some form of health insurance. Roughly half of all Americans with coverage get it through their employer or their spouse's employer. There are a number of reasons why it makes good business sense for employers to offer insurance benefits to their employees and their families.

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    5. In the War Between Apple and Facebook, I Know Who I'm Betting On

      In the War Between Apple and Facebook, I Know Who I'm Betting On

      Under founder Mark Zuckerberg, FB, the leading social media platform with a market cap of over $735 billion, has made money hand over fist on advertising. The platform has billions of users worldwide.

      AAPL, the late Steve Job’s company, is run by his protégé, Tim Cook. While Mr. Cook does not have the founders’ rewards that Mr. Zuckerberg reaped, he is still a billionaire. Moreover, Tim Cook runs the world’s leading company with a market cap of over $2.2 trillion, three times FB’s size.

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    6. Five candidates, one big issue in O.C. Supervisor race

      Five candidates, one big issue in O.C. Supervisor race

      An Orange County supervisor seat is up for grabs next month, and while the Democrats and Republicans on the ballot don’t agree on much they all say management of the coronavirus pandemic, and helping keep residents healthy while reviving the county’s economy, will be the winner’s first job.The five candidates for the Second District seat are Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley, former supervisor and state senator John Moorlach, Newport Beach Councilman Kevin Muldoon, Corona del Mar attorney Janet Rappaport and Fountain Valley Mayor Michael Vo. The special election, slated for March 9, became necessary in November ...

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    7. 15 Tips to Improve the Way People Think of You in the Office (According to a Psychologist)

      15 Tips to Improve the Way People Think of You in the Office (According to a Psychologist)

      In 1978, the expert Marilyn Loden coined the term " glass ceiling" to describe the unequal employment situation that makes it more difficult for women to climb the job market. Forty years later, the term is still in force in an environment in which even having women in managerial or senior management positions implies greater effort.

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    8. Generation Z vs. Millennials: What's the Difference?

      Generation Z vs. Millennials: What's the Difference?

      We’re all familiar with the stereotypes that characterize the millennial generation- avocado toast, “killing” chain restaurants, and being social media obsessed. But what actually defines a millennial? Millennials are the generation born between 1980-1994. These are people who remember a time before cell phones and the internet were integral to everyday life but have grown up with these technologies.

      Following millennials, you have Generation Z, also referred to as Gen Z. Gen Zers were born between 1995-2015, meaning they’re anywhere between 5 and 25 years old. This is the first generation to never experience a world without smartphones and the internet. Members of both generations may be young, but there are huge differences in the ways they view money, interact with brands, and respond to marketing.

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    9. How to get your first and second COVID-19 vaccine doses in Orange County - Los Angeles Times

      How to get your first and second COVID-19 vaccine doses in Orange County - Los Angeles Times

      As she saw her friends get appointments, her daughter took to social media to crowdsource advice. They were advised by the Orange County Health Care Agency to contact Curapatient, the company behind the app. Someone eventually confirmed she was registered but gave no other information.

      The county hopes to eventually open five sites and serve up to 8,000 people daily. Their goal is to vaccinate all county residents who want to be vaccinated by July 4, 2021.

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    10. Outdoor Dining, Hair Salons and Other Personal Care Services can Resume Immediately | City of Mission Viejo

      Outdoor Dining, Hair Salons and Other Personal Care Services can Resume Immediately | City of Mission Viejo

      With the State's lift on the Regional Stay-at-Home and curfew orders today, outdoor dining, hair salons and barbershops can resume immediately with modifications.

      The State's action allows counties to return to the rules and framework of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and puts the County back in the Purple Tier.

      A list of Activity and Business Tiers that are open, closed or open with modifications can be found on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy website.

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    11. 5th District Small Business Grant Relief Program Opens Feb. 1

      5th District Small Business Grant Relief Program Opens Feb. 1

      The County’s Small Business Grant Relief Program will support small businesses and organizations within the 5th Supervisorial District (including Mission Viejo) impacted by COVID-19 by providing $10,000 (flat rate, single payment) awards. The application period opens at 9 am on February 1.

      Awards will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. Awardees will be reimbursed for expenses incurred from March 2020 to present (as long as other relief funds were not received for the same expense).

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    12. A Little Imagination can set you apart

      A Little Imagination can set you apart

      Result or ROI: Dinner guests were thrilled to receive a custom invitation over a generic email invite. It showed that the historical society was willing to really invest in the event and the attendees. The portrait folder mailed after the event reminded them of the dinner, and receiving framed photos was a much-appreciated gesture. Donations received in the month after the event were 10% higher than the previous year.

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    13. What Should You Do When Team Members Aren't Pulling Their Weight?

      What Should You Do When Team Members Aren't Pulling Their Weight?

      If you’re in a position, you will have to assemble a team of diverse personalities and skillsets. Even if you’re flying solo, you may have to work with freelancers or contractors occasionally.

      Regardless of your exact situation, if there’s a weak link, that definitely can cause bottlenecks and hamper productivity. Even worse? It can damage morale, as 47% of employees have stated that lazy employees are their No. 1 pet peeve.

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    14. Promo Price Increases Loom Due to Importing Woes

      Promo Price Increases Loom Due to Importing Woes

      A complex concoction that includes skyrocketing shipping container costs, rising raw material prices, reduced shipping capacity and logjammed ports, much of it fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, is creating an international sourcing nightmare for North American promotional products importers and fueling the potential for price increases on a gamut of products.

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    15. How to engage with your customers and prospects - A Case Study

      How to engage with your customers and prospects - A Case Study

      The organizer of a charity fundraiser wanted to add an element of fun and excitement to their door prize giveaways. As each guest arrived, they were given a Mardi Gras Jubilee pen and instructions to keep the pen as it would be an integral part of the door prizes. Guests used the pens during the event to bid on silent auction items.

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