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5 Ways Tuition Assistance Improves the Workplace

February 21, 2019 by Midlothian Economic Development

In today’s competitive economy – where attracting top talent is always a concern – tuition assistance is a valuable tool in an employer’s cache of perks.

For many savvy companies, tuition reimbursement grants the opportunity to stand out from the crowd; shine a little brighter.

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Texas Ranks Best State for Business 14th Year in a Row

November 01, 2018 by Midlothian Economic Development

What do Toyota North America, Samsung, Kubota, pharmaceutical distributor McKesson, and NTT Data International all have in common? They are just a portion of the many corporate giants that expanded operations in North Texas in recent years — in a big way.

With the second biggest economy and eighth best economy in the U.S., it’s no surprise that businesses are aggressively planting new roots and expanding existing ones within the borders of Texas.

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Hospitals Help Build Culture of Health in Communities

October 18, 2018 by Midlothian Economic Development

For communities fortunate enough to have one or more hospital facilities, the subsequent hospital-community partnerships that frequently follow can profoundly enhance residents’ quality of life. 

This is one of many reasons the North Texas city of Midlothian is celebrating Methodist Health System’s recent decision to build a new hospital in the growing community of 38,000.

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5 Ways to Boost Morale in the Manufacturing Workplace

As with any professional environment, maximizing your employees’ potential and production power is critical to long-term success.

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The Impact of Water Policy and Infrastructure on Your Manufacturing Efforts

November 30, 2017 by Midlothian Economic Development

When we think of the importance of water, we often think of it in regards to life and survival. However, water also plays an important role in everyday production and manufacturing.

According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), water used for industrial purposes is vital for fabricating, processing, washing, diluting, cooling, and transporting certain manufactured products.

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10 Ways to Calculate Corporate Relocation Costs

You have made the decision to relocate or expand your business to a new location. By this point, you have also no doubt given tremendous thought to the price tag associated with your move.

However, the act of moving is notorious for mushrooming into a far bigger ordeal than originally estimated.

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How Local Competition Spurs Innovation & Growth

When you think of “innovation,” which businesses come to mind?

Surely Apple, Google, and Amazon make your top list. Over the past decade, each has made great strides, not only in their original industries, but those they’ve expanded into. But what has made them so successful?

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8 Ways to Avoid Wrecking Your Company’s Future

It’s no secret that a fierce entrepreneurial spirit drives America as we know it. It all starts with a small idea that can potentially grow into an inspiring success story or, conversely, crash and burn.

But no matter what, America’s entrepreneurial flame continues to burn.

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How Quality of Place Attracts Quality Talent to Your Business

February 22, 2017 by Midlothian Economic Development

It’s no secret that a skilled workforce is key to a company’s success.

According to Area Development, while the type of workforce, specific skills, and number of workers needed can change with every project, the need for a high-quality, sustainable workforce does not.

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