Members 1st FCU branch manager
Members 1st Federal Credit Union has announced that Rebecca Prehoda of Hanover, has been named as branch manager for Credit Union’s Hanover branch at 1221 Carlisle St.
Previously, Prehoda was a branch manager at Regal Bank & Trust in Maryland.
To learn more about Members 1st, visit www.members1st.org or call 800-283-2328.
AHCS reveals new name
TrueNorth Wellness Services, 625 W. Elm Ave., Hanover, previously Adams-Hanover Counseling Services Inc., announced its new name to the community at its annual breakfast meeting Thursday at Bay City.
Adams-Hanover Counseling Services Inc., will be celebrating almost 40 years of providing mental health counseling services for residents of Hanover and Adams County. AHCS is a community benefits organization providing a range of comprehensive behavioral health and wellness services to individuals in need throughout Central PA.
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For engineering contractors in the UK, it will come as welcome news to hear that business is booming for freelance engineers and small businesses seeking contracts to work with the public sector. With a freeze on public sector appointments and belts tightening across the public sector as austerity measures bite, health and social care, local councils and highways are seeking a flexible workforce that brings specific expertise for a discrete period to ensure the delivery of essential engineering projects on time and on budget.
A study by engineering firm Giant reported recently found that the number of contractors picking up work in the public sector has more than doubled since 2011. With the current conditions in the public sector, the amount of contract work available from public sector clients is only likely to increase.
Finding your market
Different areas of the public sector have different requirements for engineering contractors and will offer different types of benefits. Read all post…
Anyone who has ever had to conduct a presentation in front of an audience will know that it can sometimes be difficult to get everyone engaged. If your presentation is very long or very technical, people’s minds might start to wander without some form of extra mental stimulation to keep them occupied. It can be difficult to think of ways to get the audience involved without scaring them off by picking people randomly to answer questions, so how do you make sure people are engaging with your talk?
People like to feel like they’re making an impact, and this means you need to ask them questions. How
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The commercial real estate market, so badly hit by the crash of 2008, could be showing its first signs of a strong recovery, according to figures picked up by the Yakima Herald. Sales data is showing that the market might be on the bounce-back, with stark increases in real estate turnover over the last few months.
In local real estate statistics, commercial sales in the city alone in 2012 had almost doubled to over $135m in the 3 years since the crash. Read all post…
Dubai is emerging as one of the places where there are big changes in the business world especially in the sales environment that require up to date information on sales trends.
In Dubai, it is not sufficient for sales team to thrive and succeed by simply providing information about the features of products and services and their unique values and benefits. This is due to the fact that today’s clients are savvier about market place knowledge and options. Read all post…
Infographics, oh, sweet infographics. Theyre beautifully designed images that infuse our brains with interesting statistics, knowledge, tips, and advice. How did we ever survive with out them? Not only do infographics transform a plethora of data into easy-to-understand graphics and interesting takeaways, but theyre also ridiculously easy to share, create, and most importantly, fun to read! Plus, infographics are extremely versatile. You can find one about almost any topic including, caffeine, Kobe Bryant, the evolution of Star Trek and even color psychology.
Its obvious people and businesses have gone gaga for infographics, as the influx of these content marketing gems, even in the last year, has gone gangbusters. And, one of the most popular topics when it comes to small businesses and infographics is social media.
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Well known tech journalist and analyst Tom Foremskis Futurists … and the End of Worklooks at the employment disruption being caused by digital technologies.
He argues that technology is destroying more jobs that its creating, leading to a potential future where there simply isnt enough work to go around. Key quote from the article:
We face a future that will be defined by the end of work – it can become a golden age or one of horrific consequences. Horrific because we have no means of dealing with this type of future. We have nothing that has prepared us for it. We only know how to punish and ridicule those that dont work. But what if there is no need to work?
A good example of this is Yobot (shown in the 30 second video below), the luggage storing robot at the Yotel Hotel in New York city.
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