HR Business Weekly: Air date – April 30, 2017
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*Regent University professor Dr. Jeff Hayman on how to train your employees to be safe from hackers on company computers.
“The key is educate people before [bad stuff] happens.”
“Don’t click the URL.”
Connect with Dr. Hayman here.
*Sara Salter and Kristi Joynt, co-founders of Smiley Pits.
“No opportunity for us is too small an opportunity. Anytime we can go and get the word out about Smiley Pits, we are going to be there, or try to be there, because you never know who you’re going to meet, and what that will lead to.”
“Believing in people. Believing in the power of sharing what you have with someone else, expecting the good and knowing that they will share it, and then sky’s the limit. That’s what we believe and that’s how we will continue to move forward.”
Learn more about Smiley Pitts here.
*Phil Decker, owner of D’Egg.”
D’Egg was in business for 14 years in Norfolk before an explosion knocked out the business next door, affecting D’Egg’s parking, location and customer base.
“I’m not a spring chicken anymore, and I’m basically starting over. This next ten years is my run. This is where I want to be.”
“We were down, and business will do that to you. It will punch you in the gut, and we were punched in the gut and stomped in the head. You have to be resilient. You have to stick to your guns.”
Connect with D’Egg here.
*Ivory Morton-Burton, the owner of Storybook Events.
Secret to success in business:
“For us, it’s learning to stay in your own lane and getting the proper professionals to team with you.”
On the wedding planning/event planning business:
“It isn’t as glamorous as everybody thinks it is. It’s really wonderful when you finish.”
“The biggest factor for me has been learning my style, learning my own skill level and what I think is most appropriate to bring the best to a client.”
Connect with Storybook Events here.