Archive for October 29, 2018

Taking A Look At Considerations For Party Planning In the United States

Written by Small Business Magazine on October 29th, 2018. Posted in Black retractable belt stanchions, Church curtains, Satin drapery

Big events are prevalent throughout the United States, from weddings to bat and bar mitvahs to graduation parties – to just about anything type of party you could possibly conceive of throwing. But, of course, planning a large event or party takes a lot of time and dedication, and can be difficult and emotionally draining. For many people, hiring a professional and bringing them on board to take on the meat of the planning is a hugely beneficial step to take, as it saves them both time and emotional energy – and likely some money as well.

In fact, up to one hundred and thirty four thousand people are currently employed in the event planning industry alone, working as caterers and event planners and everything in between. Such people can handle everything from a corporate event to a wedding (of which there are very nearly two and a half million of each and every year here in the United States alone). Hiring such an event professional is likely to make the planning process as stream

Taking A Look At The Youth In Our Places Of Work

Written by Small Business Magazine on October 29th, 2018. Posted in Four generations in the workplace, Generations speaker, Recruiting and retaining speaker

From the funny keynote speaker to the typical recruiting speaker to the retention speaker, public speaking is a great way to tell people about the place that you work, the company that you own, and why they should come and work for you. In fact, a recruiting speaker or retention speaker can even be a great way to boost your employee retention rates, getting people – particularly young people – excited about a job even before they officially apply for it.

And, of course, young people are hugely prevalent in the workforce today, though five generations are currently working side by side (the first time in history that this has happened). But millennials, who were born between the years of 1981 and 1996, are slowly taking over, now making up more than thirty five percent (thirty seven percent) of the job force at the current date. In the coming years, o