The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of April 1-5:
THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS…BUT DO YOU HAVE A SMART ANSWER?
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A BUILDING NOT JUST GREEN, BUT PRACTICALLY SELF-SUSTAINING
Tenants have already begun to move into the six-story Bullitt Center in advance of its grand opening on Earth Day, April 22. These tenants will embark on an unparalleled experiment in sustainability as the ‘living building’ begins operations. The Office of Economic Development supported the financing of the Bullitt Center with New Markets Tax Credits. Denis Hayes, president and chief executive of the Bullitt Foundation, will also be a special guest at our City Business Casual on April 11.
4 WAYS TO GET A NEW EMPLOYEE OFF TO THE PERFECT START
You work hard to find, interview, and hire the right employees. They have great skills, great experience, and great attitude. So once they’re hired… turn them loose, right? Not so fast. Knowing how to do a job is certainly important, but approaching a job with the right perspective and right mindset means everything. INC. provides four things to do on the very first day to make sure every new employee gets off to a great start.
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