Community colleges change lives, build economies

Right now, everyone is trying to make difficult decisions about a future that looks anything but clear. The economic implications of the global coronavirus pandemic will be felt for years to come in every sector of society. As unemployment continues to rise, citizens may want to train for more stable careers, but are afraid they cannot afford it. 

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Your Neighbor’s House Is on Fire. Do something!

High-profile communicators are currently at a crossroads, a position born of the nationwide outrage over the police-related death of Minnesotan George Floyd. The public eye is focusing sharply on the commentary coming from government officials, celebrities and national brand spokespeople, parsing words for both their inherent and implied meanings.

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Masks mean business, please support us and wear one

The greatest asset of any business is its people — customers and employees. Protecting both by wearing a mask while out in public is an easy way that we can support York County’s business community through the COVID-19 pandemic. York County’s businesses are reopening, but, like everywhere, we have not yet fully recovered from the ...

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Business has role to play in ending racism

Business leaders can help if they’re willing, providing financial support, job training, jobs and service to local communities. How can your business walk the talk and collaborate with other community organizations? The right activity can lead to real progress. 

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Transforming existing office space is a good idea. Here’s why

An office environment can have a significant impact on a company’s productivity, morale, and ability to attract and retain talent. Creating hip and stylish office space may be the aspiration of many companies, but how do business owners get there? Often, the answer isn’t a brand new space, requiring a time-consuming and expensive move, but ...

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