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How to find the best talent in today's market

Today’s talent pool is shallow. Minnesota unemployment is holding steady at 3.2%, which means unemployment is nearly zero and it’s likely the talent you need is already working.  Use these simple strategies to find the best talent for your team.

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Community at work Old National Bank

Imagine a place that not only provides affordable food, it also serves as a safe space for the community to gather, receive wellness services and obtain health care assistance.

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Open for business: Jaequan’s Old Fashioned Hot Dogs

June 16, 2018 — In 2016, Jaequan Faulkner, who is now 13, started selling hot dogs in front of his Penn Avenue home. He’s always been popular with customers in the Willard-Hay neighborhood but there was one catch: his stand was not officially permitted. 

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Paul Batz of Good Leadership Enterprises

Paul Batz, emcee for the 2018 100 Best Companies to Work For celebration, muses on what goodness means into today's workplace.

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Features

Each year, the companies on Minnesota Business magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” are chosen based solely on employee survey scores. Here's our 2018 list, featuring real employee feedback. 

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Maple Grove apparel company, Hands & Feet, is working to end childhood hunger

One in six children in Minnesota is hungry. Nationally, the number totals 13 million. Childhood hunger is a dilemma of such gravitas that sometimes it can feel like we can’t make a difference. But Studio/E member Eric Elwer has hopes as big as the dilemma itself.

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Maintaining efficiency in tight labor markets

Low unemployment paired with economic growth has made hiring a challenge for almost everyone . John P. Phalen offers insights and solutions to overcome common problems that employers face in today's job market.

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Industry Watch

Molly Fuller designs functional clothing for kids with autism

From a young age, Molly Fuller was a witness to her grandfather's struggle to get dressed in a wheelchair. Her experiences led to her to create Molly Fuller Design to create clothes that function.

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Are SBA loans right for you?

Get advice from the experts in this issue's Ask the Editor column.

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