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For the most part, corporate America employees are satisfied with their careers. There is usually a chart to review in terms of responsibility. Is the employee moving up the “ladder” and heading towards more executive responsibility?
(NNPA) - We have these programs from the blood, sweat and tears of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the other giants of the Civil Rights Movement. They saw the vision of having a new and improved civil rights act. They envisioned one that would be more comprehensive than the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and 1957. They demanded and bargained until President Lyndon Baines Johnson capitulated. President Johnson had to convince many Democratic senators to go along with this. He would refer to it as “The Nigger Bill” when encouraging the southern Democrats. Thus, was the birth of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Finally, Blacks (on paper) became full- fledged American citizens.
Frank Savage has a theory about what it will take to bring down the rate of African-American unemployment, which is hovering at 14 percent, higher than any other group in the nation. He believes the answer lies in the creation of owner-operated businesses.
Hair health just got better. Lisa Price, owner and founder of Carol’s Daughter, has enhanced and expanded her business by opening a salon in her Lenox Mall flagship store.
When a successful formula is discovered in the business world, it’s copied and becomes part of standard operating procedure throughout entire industries. The newest SOP trend among leading businesses? – Focusing on employee and family well-being, says Gary Kunath, who was honored nationally as Businessman of the Year and recognized with a dinner hosted by the President of the United States.
Courtney "Coko" Eason is an entertainment entrepreneur striving to make a difference in the Nashville Music Scene. Her company, Soundtrack Entertainment, LLC focuses on bringing a diverse selection of events, concerts and TV broadcasts to Nashville, that are comparable to entertainment cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta. However, she realized that the dreams she had for her city could only come true if a new venue was developed and built to cater to those who enjoyed Rock, Pop & Urban music events in a fun yet upscale and trendy atmosphere.
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