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We’ve all been the new employee at the office, and it’s not easy. But at SDN Communications, there’s a wonderful way new hires get connected to others and to the company.
Almost two-thirds of today’s elementary school-age children will work in jobs that have yet to be created. Here’s a fascinating forecast for jobs that are growing and those that are shrinking.
Ready to get out of the house, do a little spring shopping and entertain the kids this Easter season? Dawley Farm Village has tons of fun, free events happening in the next couple of days that are worth checking out.
Writer and television and podcast host Alie Ward will be in Sioux Falls later this month to keynote an event designed to bring the scientific and business communities together.
According to a 2018 report, businesses lose 5 percent of their annual revenue to fraud. Eide Bailly shares several local examples — and what you can do to prevent this from happening to your business.
A little competition helps to improve not only quality but also prices and expectations. Community members in Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas now have the option to get LASIK eye laser surgery at Sanford Health.
A new video produced for the Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau highlights the unique, delicious and adventurous things to do in the city.
Whether you’re spring cleaning, cleaning up from spring flooding or getting ready for a move, you’re going to need to figure out a storage solution. We’ve got tons of good tips from PODS Sioux Falls to help you simplify it.
“The students are not just wrestling with ideas, they are actually creating new knowledge.” View research from 70 Augustana students and hear a fascinating keynote from a former Washington Post editor at this weekend’s Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium.