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When it’s time to part ways with a problem employee

By Lauren Caggiano   Breaking up is hard to do, as they say. The same holds true in the business world. Two HR professionals share their insight into how to make a clean break with a problem employee. First, it’s a matter of recogn...

Three tips for getting past the HR representative

By Miranda Miller   Before the Internet, jobseekers only had to compete with locals who subscribed to the same newspaper, saw the same classified ad and took the initiative to type a cover letter, update their resume, address an envelope ...

No longer ‘just a place to work’

How to increase employee engagement outside the traditional workplace By Benjamin Cooley   In the world of business, phrases like “employee engagement” and “company culture” have become the new buzzwords. The workplace is no ...

Motivational Management

By Lauren Caggiano Success doesn’t happen overnight nor does it happen by accident. Several executives from Indiana’s top-rated companies share their approaches to management. Katy Allen currently serves as vice president of HR and ...

What not to do during an interview

HR professionals talk interview tips By Brittany Baggett   Racquel Harris, corporate director of human resources at NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals “A job candidate should never come to an interview inappropriately dressed. This seems ...

State bicentennial brings together old tradition with fresh faces

Ask the average Indiana resident to rattle off a few facts about their home state, and they may mention record-breaking attendance at the Indiana State Fair — known for its butter-smothered corn on the cob and giant pork tenderloin sandwiches. ...

Indiana celebrates 200 years of history

By Victoria T. Davis   Inspired by the Indiana state flag, a 23.5-inch high-tech torch designed by a team of Purdue University engineering students, staff and faculty will travel 2,300 miles through Indiana’s 92 counties by 1,900 ...

Indiana’s true trivia

By Victoria T. Davis   In Indiana, basketball is king, football fans adore the Indianapolis Colts, pork tenderloins can be found at almost every local fair and visitors can experience Hoosier hospitality at its finest. But do you think ...

What I love about Indiana

Compiled by Kelly Patrick Slone   What’s not to love? We asked some leaders and entrepreneurs from across the state to tell Indiana Minority Business Magazine, “What do you love about Indiana?” Following are some of their response...

6 decades-old Indiana businesses share secrets to success

By Lauren Caggiano   Not every business can stand the test of time. It can be a challenge to stay relevant and profitable in changing times. Luckily for the Hoosier State, several businesses in a variety of industries have enjoyed ...