Articles With Keyword "Business Skills"

HR Changes Coming, along with Chamber-hosted bootcamp

New Fair Labor Standards Act rules are changing the federal guidelines for "exempt employees": employees that are paid a salary and are exempt from having to be paid for overtime work - effective December 1. Come to one of the Chamber's half-day work sessions on Thursday, November 17, to learn what you need to do to comply!
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Business Retention & Expansion: Focus of Your Chamber

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce relies heavily on the 200-plus volunteers who serve our organization, either as directors of our board or on one of our many committees. One of our most active committees is the Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) Committee, led by committee chairperson Ken Thorpe, with Powder River Heating and Air Conditioning. The BRE Committee is comprised of member business people who share the common goal of developing new tools and programs to help area businesses grow and prosper, in addition to planning and implementing workforce strategies that will ensure the future employability of our workers and address issues affecting business retention, productivity and economic competitiveness.
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Ignite Your Business!

A full-day professional development conference, presented by the Sheridan County Chamber, covering leadership, business growth, marketing, communication, time management, team building, and more - the kind of support you need to IGNITE YOUR BUSINESS!
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What Is the Biggest Challenge to Local Business?

Finding and retaining dependable employees was listed as the greatest challenge among area businesses, according to a recent Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce membership survey.
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It Is All About Communication

Communicating is a big deal. Billions are spent every year trying to communicate messages through television, radio, print, billboards.... In any way they can, people are trying to convey their message to you.
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Business Is – Should Be – Personal

What's wrong with being personal? Business is, should be, personal! Think about some of the ways you do business.... I know I recommend people who I know and trust and have built a relationship with over years of doing business with them.
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Hear “The Kennon Story”

Another e2e program sharing the story of successful entrepreneurs - this time Sheridan's own Ron Kensey, founder and CEO of Kennon Products, Tuesday, December 9.
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Chamber Offering Trainings, Encouraging Residents to “Think Local First”

The Chamber of Commerce began offering bi-monthly training programs in 2011, covering a wide array of topics, from accounting basics, to customer service, to intense innovation.
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Training Your Brain

Sheridan College is offering a unique series of study groups, lectures, and workshops, by leading experts, on personal development in the way you think - training your brain, trust intuition, and "finding flow."
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Webinar Series for the Self-Employed

Wyoming Entrepreneur is offering an opportunity for self-employed business individuals to understand the most recent tax considerations affecting the self employed - presented in one-hour webinars at 2:00 pm MT on the first three Thursdays in February.
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