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Reina Valenzuela
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Social and business entrepreneur passionate about community building online and on the ground!
Social and business entrepreneur passionate about community building online and on the ground!

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Proposed path for foreign #Entreprenerus  to do business in #USA  would benefit startups, small businesses. +Starfish*Global LLC will submit formal comments.

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"We lived through times when hate and fear seemed stronger;
We rise and fall and light from dying embers,
remembrances that hope and love last longer
And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love
cannot be killed or swept aside." - Lin-Manuel Miranda

These lines from Lin-Manuel Miranda's sonnet continue to echo beyond the walls of the Beacon Theater.
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It’s not too late to sign up and invite a fellow small business owner to a free Small Business Week workshop near you. We’ll be covering a variety of topics including how to help your customers find you online to creating a branded email address for your #smallbiz . RSVP today:  http://goo.gl/mp4177 #AllForSmallBiz  

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You know your small business is great. Make sure the world knows it too. Join Google for a free Let’s Put #Passaic #OnTheMap workshop on Tuesday 5/10 and get your business online. Spots are limited, so register today: gybo.com/events/passaic

Not a business owner? Tell one you know. #AllForSmallBiz


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Let's get together on May 10th. Google is coming to town to #Passaic   #AllForSmallBiz  

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Google is now sharing its best internal HR and management advice with the world.

The new site currently contains guides on the Google approach to hiring, management, people analytics, and something called “unbiasing” - one of Google’s long-term goals, which is to help people recognize their unconscious bias in the hopes of improving the diversity of their workforce.

Though the tech giant has heavily influenced the management policies of other companies, Bock (Laszlo Bock, head of Google’s “People Operations” team) admits that Google has “gotten a lot of stuff wrong” in the past. So re:Work includes case studies from other organizations, including Nationwide’s Brokerage Solutions, to make work more motivating and energizing.
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