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Un Programa de Seguro de Licencia Familiar y Médica en Georgia: Lo que empresarios necesitan saber

En el estado de Georgia, 1.2 millones de pequeñas empresas emplean casi la mitad de la fuerza laboral total del estado. Muchos de estos pequeños empleadores quieren ofrecer beneficios robustos como la licencia remunerada familiar y médica porque les ayuda a competir con empresas más grandes por talento laboral. Pero este beneficio conlleva un costo económico alto que simplemente no pueden afrontar por sí solos mientras tratan de mantenerse a flote.


Justice-impacted entrepreneur highlights the importance of second-chance hiring

Savannah-based Charlotte Garnes worked for 11 years as a licensed mental health and substance abuse therapist. When she was only two credits away from receiving her Ph.D. in 2013, her life completely changed. She was sentenced to five years in prison as a result of unethical billing practices performed by employees under her supervision. 



Rachel Shanklin

Rachel Shanklin directs Small Business Majority’s outreach, education and policy efforts in the state of Georgia by building and maintaining strategic partnerships, educating businesses throughout the state on key issues, and working on statewide policy efforts. She also manages Small Business Majority’s national outreach to women entrepreneurs and women's business organizations. Rachel is passionate about advancing policy to enable small business owners to create quality jobs in Georgia and to increase access to financial services and equity for entrepreneurs.


Small Business Owners Oppose Denying Services to LGBT Customers

Small Business Majority
jueves, noviembre 16, 2017

Small Business Majority released a national scientific opinion poll—including oversamples in five states—that found small business owners oppose denying services to LGBT customers based on religious beliefs, rights to free speech or freedom of artistic expression. Further, the poll showed that a majority of small businesses support enacting federal and state laws to protect LGBT individuals from discrimination in places of public accommodation. Small business owners feel that nondiscrimination policies are good for their state’s business climate and their own business’s bottom line.