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As the past president of the Springfield Area Human Resources Association in southwest Missouri, Parker McKenna fielded a lot of questions from small business owners. Getting it right legally and professionally when it came to hiring or firing employees was one of the big issues that came up. With more than a


Debbie Zimmer is always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to get things done. But when the spokesperson for the Paint Quality Institute saw a housing blogger suggest putting a paint can on ice in the summer heat, she was at a loss for words. “To be honest, when I


Good painting estimators are really just good students. They take what they’ve learned from the last job and apply it to the next. At inPAINT,TM we were fortunate enough to spend time with some estimating professionals recently. They vented, laughed (no one cried), shared stories, and passed along meaningful nuggets of information


Built in 1896, Primrose Hall is a lot like other historic buildings you might find on an American college campus today. The North Carolina State University (NCSU) site is a tidy, simple, brick structure, roughly 40 feet square. Its window trim is neatly painted, and at times, the building can seem engulfed


It makes a paint contractor look bad. A customer calls for a quote, but when the estimator goes out to assess the job, what the customer thought was a small touch-up is really so much more. The hard upsell looks bad in any line of work, but unfortunately, even the most honest


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