Hendersonville, N.C., September 1, 2014 — Mind Your Business recently became the proud recipient of a North Carolina Incumbent Workforce Development Program (IWDP) grant. This honor allows MYB to add value to the company by focusing on closing the skill gaps for employees, through improving education via training and certifications. Employees that are “incumbent workers”…

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Hendersonville, NC, August 13, 2014 — Mind Your Business is thrilled to announce that its CEO, Karen Caruso, has been accepted into Goldman Sachs’ exclusive 10,000 Small Businesses program. The purpose of the 10,000 Small Businesses program is to foster the creation of jobs and economic growth by providing small business owners and entrepreneurs with business…

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Hendersonville, NC, August 11, 2014 — Mind Your Business has recently been awarded its General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule, which will allow MYB to take its first steps toward serving the government sector. The GSA Schedules program provides an easy method for vendors to form long-term contracts with the government, and accounts for $50 billion a…

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Last week was the WIPP (Women Impacting Public Policy) 2014 Annual Leadership Meeting in Washington D.C., and it was a great event filled with informational sessions, meet-and-greets with legislators, and networking opportunities. Mind Your Business CEO Karen Caruso made a trip to the nation’s capital for the three-day meeting, in order to participate in the…

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Hendersonville, NC, August 4, 2014 — MYB is pleased to announce that its customer relationship management system has been integrated for use with the National Catholic Risk Retention Group’s VIRTUS programs. Many religious organizations utilize VIRTUS programs to reduce risk and protect congregants, members, volunteers and employees alike. With this integration, MYB will be able to…

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When Mind Your Business was founded, it was created as a way for owner Karen Caruso to screen potential candidates to take care of her children. Conducting a background check is recommended when hiring full-time care for your children, such as a nanny. But what if you just need a sitter for a few hours?…

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accredited by the NAPBS. Conference attendees will hear from speakers such as Jacqueline Berrien, Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens. They will also have the opportunity to join panel sessions on topics related to the background screening industry, including recent developments and challenges in employment screening, FTC regulations…

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Members of the Mind Your Business staff headed down to D.C. at the end of February for the 66th Annual Mardi Gras Ball, hosted by the Mystick Krewe of Louisianans. The group first began hosting these annual Mardi Gras celebrations as a means of bringing Louisiana’s heritage and culture to those who had moved from…

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a tradition on this blog, as we come to the end of another year we’d like to take the opportunity to look back on the last twelve months – both for Mind Your Business, Inc. and for the employment screening industry as a whole. There have been some significant political and economic issues in 2013…

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Believe Benefit for Rhonda Peterson, coming together with others in the local community in the fight against cancer. Karen was joined by many other local business leaders at Innisfree Farm in Fletcher, NC, including Melanie Pace from our friends, Tar Heel Paving. It truly was a heart-warming event that emphasized the powerful relationships and support…

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