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This is a very important topic for #BusinessOwners. You want to make sure you have a complete employee handbook because they are very common exhibits if you are ever in court.

Basics of an employee handbook. Tips today on Business Next

Michael Burns of the American Society of Employers has great advice on what needs to go in your employee handbook. Also today, a Leadership Council profile of Audrey Randall, owner of Paradigm Franchise Group.

Listen Monday at 10-11 a.m. ET (replay at 3 p.m., 8 p.m. and 1 a.m.) at MichiganBusinessNetwork.com. Downloadable podcast versions of previous shows available here.
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I think we are making videos. Not sure. But we are trying.
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If its not an STD then what is it smarty pants?
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Ha - seriously?  HTML is an STD, eh? http://ow.ly/uoUre
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Yes I am crazy about starting businesses! Let's go Michigan!
The countdown in on for March to get here. Yes it is one month closer to Spring finally being here but its National Start A Business Month. And we are celebrating in a big way. Giving away legal services. We love new businesses and we want to start a ton this next month so come and sign up. Tell your friends to sign up. Tell your family. Tell strangers because we want this to be one heck of a party!
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This is a very interesting concept. Partner with others and open a new business every month of the year.
Hi there i am new to this Google Communities, i went to a networking event last night and was told about the +Google+  very excited to get into it as seams very useful. I currently run a  t shirt printing business however this year i have the idea to start a new business every month for a year.

Although yes that does sound like a big plan, i am looking to colaborate with others and generally spend a year learning and putting my teachings into practice.

For the month of January i have started +Book a Maid and will be making a video blog as my writing is terrible from dyslexia.

Looking forward to hearing from you all.

Jordan Boon
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Uh oh! Was +Seth Getz right when he expressed concern about Facebook's ability to remain relevant? Looks like some are expecting the social media giant to waiver more in 2014.
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Look how far we have come. The #5 most searched "How To"  of 2013 in NYC was "How to fax". Weird archaic form of communication.

By the way, why are there so many people in the US that don't know how to kiss? And who knew knitting was so popular?
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Small business owners face a dilemma: Often the start their own business because they believe they can "do it better" but that belief can sometimes get in the way of growing their business.
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Fun with a piano. This magical piano in #Chicago  gave some train passengers a surprise. Love the guy on the cell phone not enjoying the background music to his conversation.  
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#Crowdfunding  is going to change how investing happens. Michigan businesses need to stay ahead of the curve.
The state legislature makes it easier to crowdfund your next small business idea. Today on Business Next.

On this week’s small business legislative update, SBAM’s Director of Government Relations Dave Jessup talks about the legislature’s approval of a measure that makes “crowdfunding” financing easier for small businesses. 

Also today, excerpts from a panel discussion at the recent Making it in Michigan conference in Lansing. The discussion revolved around how to handle the challenges of accelerated growth in a small business. The panelists were Victoria Les, owner of Pierogi Gals; William Branch of Corridor Sausage Company, Randy Lockwood of Sauce Gone Wild and Bisera Urdarevik of Lush Gourmet Foods. Also today from the Making it in Michigan conference, interviews with Chris Peterson, director of the MSU Product Center, and Matt Kella of Loon Hardwoods LLC.

Listen Monday at 10-11 a.m. ET (replay at 3 p.m., 8 p.m. and 1 a.m.) at www.michiganbusinessnetwork.com. Downloadable podcast versions of previous shows available here.
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