no job too small, LLC

7046 west south street
westmoreland, new york 13490

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NYS Filing Date
DECEMBER 06, 2013

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4497546

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ONEIDA

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NEW YORK

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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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  • Thanks – but we got someone for this FABULOUS job now. 
    By Sean Triner - Monday May 22, 2017

    We have just got a new project manager.  Excellent news for us. But for you too.  Our mission is to get the best fundraising experts in the world in front of YOU, wherever you are to help you with your...

    Source: Moceanic Blog
  • the gift you need the most
    By Mary Cahalane - Tuesday Apr 11, 2017

    Nothing is as critical to good relationships as trust. That goes for your organization’s relationships with its donors, too. Trust is precious. And fragile. In a 2015 poll, the Chronicle of Philanthropy found that “A third (of those polled) said charities do a “not too good” or “not at all good” job spending money wisely; […]

    Source: Fundraising advice
  • 4 Doable Ways to Get Closer & Boost Action
    By nancy@nancyschwartz.com (Nancy Schwartz) - Wednesday Apr 19, 2017

    There’s a proven way for your organization to start and strengthen vital relationships with the people whose support, loyalty, and actions you want—donors, volunteers, and even staff (too often overlooked here). This approach is easy to learn and execute. And it’s something you do on a personal level all the time: Getting to know and […]

    Source: Nonprofit Marketing
  • Good for consumers; What about jobs?
    Wednesday May 17, 2017

    New artificial/voice intelligence devices from Amazon and Google are just at the beginning of disrupting consumer purchasing. But will it also affect jobs amongretailers?

    “There’ll be shifting of resources; new jobs created that are going to be about the experience,” says Greg Hedges, director of strategy forRAIN, in speaking at MediaPost’s Marketing AI event.

    “Maybe in a retail store you'll need to ask a digital assistant where the TVs are,” he says.“Maybe the Geek Squad can tell you how to use it, or which one is better for you.” Hedges says, for example, if you order coffee at Starbuck’s through Amazon Alexa, your barrister,who makes the coffee, becomes much more important.

    Others on a panel, called “Voice Computing, Bots and…Ads?”, disagree.

    “This whole day is about cannibalization,” said Doug Robinson, founder and chief executive officer of FreshDigitalGroup. “This entire conference is about taking away10 million jobs and [finding out] where the opportunities for those people that are moving too slow.”

    Robinson believes the nascent AI/Voice intelligence businesscould ramp up into a $5 billion industry in two years.



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    Source: Media Post: Show Daily
  • Four Common Mistakes You’re Probably Making In Your Job Listings
    By Stephanie Vozza - Monday Jun 12, 2017

    Being too vague, too trite, or too sloppy could cost you your next great hire.

    When it comes to finding talented new employees, a job listing is the first impression candidates have of your company. Are you piquing their interest or sending them scrolling by your ad?

    Read Full Story

    Source: Fast Company
  • Don’t Be Too Chatty? Dads And Daughters Talk About Outdated And Sexist Job Interview Advice
    By Jeff Beer - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

    For Father’s Day, HP got fathers and daughters to talk about some of the most common job interview “tips” out there for women.

    Don’t wear too much perfume. Don’t wear too much make-up. Don’t be aggressive when negotiating your salary. Don’t look too hot. Don’t be too chatty. Avoid dressing too much like a woman. Women who are job hunting might want to cover gray hair. Wearing a wedding ring might indicate you’re going to start a family soon. Just find out you’re pregnant? Best to keep it to yourself for now. Don’t let your body show that you are upset by a sexist remark or question. Good advice?

    Read Full Story

    Source: Fast Company
  • Good at Texting? It Might Land You a Job
    Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    Claiming that prospective hires are too slow to pick up the phone or respond to emails, employers are trying out apps that allow them to screen candidates and conduct early-stage interviews with texts.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Business
  • Good at Texting? It Might Land You a Job
    Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    Claiming that prospective hires are too slow to pick up the phone or respond to emails, employers are trying out apps that allow them to screen candidates and conduct early-stage interviews with texts.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Technology: What's News