We have all heard about it? The fact that Burger King would like to work with our competitors. (if you were more busy with your stocks, that is ok, here is the link). And I have to admit I am jealous! Wouldn’t it be great if I could work together with all my competitors to […]
How long has it been since you reviewed your employee handbook — or since your employees referenced it?
When employee handbooks are correctly developed and implemented, they can serve as a sourcebook for both the managers and employees. Unfortunately, employee handbooks often are not crafted in the right way, and as a result collect dust on a shelf.
I started my business four years ago after I learned that small businesses owners do not have the same access to knowledge as managers at larger companies do. While working on a community project to provide skills to small business owners I experienced a young business owner whose business was literally crippling because he had […]
Published in the Portsmouth Herald and Portsmouth PATCH November 5, 2014 By Katie Seraikas Running a business is a lot like solving a puzzle. There are so many pieces that need to come together to get you to that final product or vision. You can work tirelessly at the puzzle, arranging the mish mashed shapes […]
Our partners and friends at Green Alliance took it upon themselves to spotlight Cultural Chemistry last month! Thanks guys!! Published in the Portsmouth Herald and on Seacoast Online Jul 15, 2014 Who: Cultural Chemistry What: For Cultural Chemistry it’s all about efficiency. Mirjam IJtsma, launched Cultural Chemistry in 2011 with the desire to help businesses […]
Nine companies have been to chosen to receive New Hampshire Job Training Fund grants totaling $104,631. The companies, located throughout the state, contributed matching funds to train a combined total of 223 employees in new skills. Cultural Chemistry of Manchester was awarded a grant of $2,970.00 for training four employees in payroll and human resource management using four training providers.
Interns are students who are looking for work experience to help them prepare for the job market. In addition to college students, more and more high school students are looking for internship opportunities to learn about the field they want to enter upon graduation, or pursue in college.
Besides offering affordable workspace and shared administrative and technological services and resources to start-up companies, a nonprofit “innovation hub” in Manchester has connected with, and now houses, a cutting-edge human resources company also dedicated to helping entrepreneurs succeed. On Aug. 1, Cultural Chemistry, a unique service that mimics a traditional human resources department but offers […]
This article was published by the union leader. All credits and copyrights belong to the Union Leader and writer Dave Solomon. The original article can be found here http://www.unionleader.com/article/20120911/NEWS02/709119995/1007/news02 Entrepreneurs’ stop at Dyn in Manchester focuses on startup strategies New Hampshire’s growing reputation as a startup haven for high-tech enterprise was a recurring theme as Mario […]
“This was so much fun, I really enjoyed it”. This is the comment of my client that is going through the process of getting a brand new employee handbook. We just finished our 1.5 hour initial discussion. This is an important step to understand the company culture, those things that makes this company special. We […]