Your communication with the public and with your clients is revealing to even the most casual observer. Something as simple as a comma says a lot.
With another election year around the corner, a lot of legislation will be proposed and a lot of promises will be made. Do your employees fully understand how these promises may impact their employer?
There have been discussions and speculations regarding the Party’s top-level power reconfiguration and future for China’s continual economic reforms.
The bill eviscerates existing housing tax benefits by drastically reducing the number of home owners who can take advantage of mortgage interest and property tax incentives.
Years of negative headlines around layoffs, closings, and contraction no doubt etched that image into the minds of the general populace, particularly here in the heart of “Textile Country.”
No thinking business should be willing to give its competition an advantage, yet many do. They give their competitors an edge because they don’t exercise enough care in the written messages they send out.
Opioid addiction is being called the deadliest drug crisis in American history. But is it really? Or is it just getting an intense level of attention and sympathy because it’s a drug that predominantly impacts whites?
China has become more decentralized since the death of the last paramount leader, Mao Zedong. The decentralization reform since the late 1970s and early 1980s has largely transformed the Chinese political system.
Big change and real reform is hard. It always comes from the outside, from the grassroots up. That’s what must happen now. We must all get involved and help make it happen. If you don’t, it won’t happen.
It’s too bad that business doesn’t always apply the same quality-control standards to its writing as it does to what it manufactures.