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Why Google, General Mills and other companies are ending on-site childcare

America has a legacy of treating childcare far more as a private-market good like a gym membership or pet care than a societal obligation like public school or parks.

Western Rural Development Center Annual Report 2023

National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals Annual Conference

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How the housing industry is working to stop energy efficient homes

“When things don’t go their way at the national level, then they turn to the state and local level. And when things don’t go their way there, they change the rules.”

Long-distance rail route through southern Montana garners another nod from feds

The Federal Railroad Administration identified 15 routes, including the North Coast Hiawatha, for new or restored passenger rail service.

How to Train Your Managers for the New World of Work Without Breaking the Bank

Your managers need to be prepared for this year’s unique challenges. Here’s how small businesses can think about impactful — and cost-effective — manager training.

Farming Prioritizes Cows and Cars—Not People

Farmers and scientists are getting better at growing more crops on less land, but they’re not focusing on plants that people eat.

How to adopt the “bricolage” mindset that supercharged Google

Gmail, which now has 425 million users, was originally a side project of one Google employee, Paul Buchheit.

AI Is Coming for Your Web Browser. Here’s How to Use It

Microsoft Edge and other browsers have baked in powerful tools to help you write emails, generate images, and more.

Research Reveals the Worst Possible Traits an Employee Can Have

Nobody’s perfect. But nobody should ever be exposed to these worst employee traits.

TOMIS Blogs, Podcasts & More! | February Newsletter for Tour Operators

As we look back on 2023, there is a lot to digest. It was a big year for the travel and tourism industry, our clients, and TOMIS as a whole.