3 Reasons Your Company Should Hire A Federal Advocacy Firm

Posted on: 13 January 2020

Every year, the federal government passes a number of bills and laws that can affect a number of industries and groups of people. If you are a business owner and there are pressing issues being discussed that directly relate to your industry, enlisting the services of a federal advocacy firm can be a very wise investment. When it comes to matters of business that can be affected by measures put in place, having a federal advocacy firm on your side can make a big difference in the outcome.
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Analyzing The Signatures Of Politicians To Get A Better Look At Their Personality

Posted on: 30 July 2016

During an election year, power has the potential to change hands and you get to decide who is going to represent you. This can be a difficult decision, especially if you don't agree with any candidate entirely. One thing that you can do to get to know the candidates a little bit better is analyze their signatures. This will allow you to get to know the candidates' personality. Here are some tips for your analysis.
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3 Tips For Creating And Maintaining A More Ethical Workplace

Posted on: 7 March 2016

Creating and maintaining an ethical workplace is important if you want to maintain a strong reputation and a pleasant work environment. Luckily, following these three tips can help you encourage your employees to behave ethically when they are on company time.  1. Host Ethics Classes Not everyone has the same definition of ethical behavior as others, so it's a good idea to ensure that you and all of your employees are on the same page.
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First Time Running For Office?: How Political Campaign Consulting Can Help

Posted on: 17 February 2016

People with no political experience whatsoever can run for any government office if they have decided to do so. Some of the current political candidates for President are proof that you do not have to be a judge, a lawyer or a politician of any kind before making the move to run for office. If you have decided that you want to change things in your city, community or state and run for office, and you have never held a political office before, you are going to need some help.
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