Every job has requirements. Factory workers are required to do specific tasks every day. Doctors have to abide by certain health and ethical codes in caring for patients. Cooks have to prepare food according to the menu.
Mike Blinder is a small-business owner and multimedia consultant, and one of his favorite things to do is share his experience and expertise in marketing.
The first three months of the year mean many things to many people. Snow. Super Bowl. Groundhog Day. Valentine's Day. President's Day weekend. Mardi Gras. Lent. And the promise of pleasant spring to come.
If you're reading this at work — or, because you've taken my advice and have a flexible schedule, your home office — take a quick look at your desk.
Deeds filed with the Liberty County Clerk of Courts From Jan. 30-Feb. 5 show the following property transfers:
A recent purchase of land brought Ludowici close to becoming home for a new McDonald's restaurant.
Income inequality may be a hot topic today, but it has been on Robert Lerman's mind for decades.
Barry is the sort of credit risk most lenders dream of, and a recent report suggests he's not alone in the habits that got him there.
Coach Wayne! Gymnastics held a ribbon cutting Jan. 13 at its new Flemington location, 1661 E. Oglethorpe Highway suite E.
A national cleanup and restoration franchise company recently was ranked No. 7 in the 2015 Franchise 500 rankings from Entrepreneur magazine.
Cathy Hill, vice president of Georgia Power's Coastal Region, recently presented a check for $20,000 from the Georgia Power Foundation to Armstrong State University president Dr. Linda M. Bleicken for the university's College of Science and Technology and ongoing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics initiatives.
ATLANTA - CivilianJobs.com will hold a job fair on Fort Stewart from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at Club Stewart.
Buy low, sell high is the investor’s mantra.
ATLANTA - Metro Hinesville's unemployment rate for December was 7.6 percent, up 0.1 from 7.5 percent in November, the Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday.
Deeds transferring property filed with the Liberty County Clerk of Courts Office from Jan 23-28 included:
Upstate New York is becoming Detroit with grass.
The big screen television is, indeed, very big. And the brightly colored sign plastered on the corner is every bit as prominent.
With tax day swiftly approaching, a number of studies by the personal finance research website Wallethub have examined what makes a state great for taxpayers.
JESUP - Joey Lee has joined AgSouth Farm Credit as a mortgage originator for AgSouth Mortgages, the association's home-lending division.
While I was at work one day last week, my father was in a hospital more than 1,000 miles away. He was undergoing a series of tests, and I was anxious to hear the results.
A new study, the 2015 Strengths@Work Survey, suggests that the path to great performance may be easier than we think. If we want employees to achieve their best we should appreciate them for the things they do the best—in other words, for the things that showcase where their natural strengths and abilities lie.
Visitors from Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada and Brazil recently learned why Liberty County is a solid location to "Come Grow Globally," as the Liberty County Development Authority's slogan says.
Charlene Parlett of Hinesville has joined Savannah Age Management Medicine in Pooler as a practice manager.
Coldwell Banker Holtzman, Realtors recently celebrated anniversaries with two of its most tenured agents.
Property transfers recently recorded in the Liberty County Clerk of Courts office include:
Delectable Fruits held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening March 18 at its new store at 1427A W. Oglethorpe Highway in Hinesville.
In business, one of the most important things to remember and master is the ability to meet a deadline. Deadlines get tossed about in every profession and rarely are taken that serious, but are not something to take lightly. Fortunately for me, I learned the value of meeting a deadline at a young age.
When I started focusing my weekly writing on work-life balance a few years ago, I was asked to choose a catchy name for the column.
Once again, researchers have found that political polarization is a driving force in income inequality.
Amber Barbaro has joined the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce as its membership coordinator.