Corporations hands extend far outside of just the lives of their employees and the services they offer. The term “corporate responsibility” can be a umbrella term that covers a plethora of ideas but root idea is that corporations have a responsibility to the groups, people, and environment that their business impacts.
Cities will often rush to make themselves more appealing to bigger businesses in the hopes that they will bring a wave of new jobs and bolster their economy.
The more research that is done, the more we are discovering how our mindset and worldview are interconnected with our stress levels, our health, and our overall relationships with those around us. Studies have time and time again shown that stress can kill us and constant negativity literally reshapes our brain. Dr. Hanson wrote about this a little bit in this article from Psychology Today. “Our experiences and thoughts can lead to the growth of new synapses and even change o
Gone are the days where fundraising and making connections was limited to your workspace, religious affiliations and a hundred mile radius. There is an influx of crowdsourcing and crowdfunding being funneled all the time, where people can help their neighbor pay her vet bill or help a new solar panel project get off the ground. People are increasingly relying on social media, online marketing, and home businesses to generate their own profit. However, up until recently, this