Maggie Kalogeropoulos

Military Saves Month: How to Pay Down Your Debt

Everyone incurs debt – some debt is good (like a mortgage) and some debt is bad (like a credit card balance). The military lifestyle can make staying out of debt a difficult task. With frequent deployments and (often) a single income, Service members and their families are at higher risk for financial and credit issues. The …

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Military Saves Month: 5 Financial Problems Faced by Military Families

The unpredictability of military life can bring an onslaught of financial problems for Service members and their families. From low income to high debt, money issues can have a serious effect on a Service member’s life and career. Financial problems may cause distraction and stress, which will ultimately affect mission readiness. In honor of Military …

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The Benefits of a Custom Outreach Program

As Content Creators, we understand that developing the right material for audiences – whether it be policies,  health and safety procedures or topics specific to a community’s interests – can be a daunting task. This is why, for the past 30 years, QuickSeries‘ full team of editors and designers have helped thousands of program managers and community leaders communicate …

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Recruiting CERT Volunteers in Your Community

Emergencies happen quickly and without warning. While first responders are there to help, they are not always able to provide immediate assistance to everyone. You can make a difference in your community by mobilizing your Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) when an incident occurs to save lives and protect property. Start by recruiting and organizing …

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Coronavirus Prevention in Your Community

As the number of coronavirus cases continues to spike throughout the U.S., community leaders like you must educate your citizens on COVID-19 prevention. Just like with influenza, encouraging proper hygiene practices can help stop the spread of coronavirus in your own backyard. According to the CDC, there are currently over 25 million cases of coronavirus …

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Respect Check: Are You Creating a Civil Workplace?

Every person – regardless of age, color, race, disability, genetic information, national origin, parental/marital status, religion, pregnancy, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity – has the right to a safe, civil workplace free of discrimination and harassment. While it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure equal employment opportunities and antiharassment policies are upheld within an organization, …

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Relationship Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence

Relationships can be violent at any age. The main issue with teen dating violence is that many adolescents think some behaviors, such as name-calling or possessiveness, are normal. What many don’t know, however, is that these behaviors can lead to a cycle of dangerous physical abuse and violence. Learn the following facts on teen dating …

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Human Trafficking Terror: Spot the Signs. Stop the Crime.

Although it might seem like a suspenseful premise for a blockbuster, human trafficking is an unfortunate reality. Did you know that about 600,000 to 800,000 victims annually are trafficked across international borders worldwide? More than half of these victims are children who are targeted and lured in places where they normally gather: malls, bus and …

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Managing Critical Incident Stress Reactions in First Responders

When responding to emergency events, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, you will see and experience things that may have an effect on your ability to function. Critical incident stress is a healthy person’s pain response to an abnormal event, sometimes called “traumatic stress.” It is caused by exposure to horrible, overwhelming, frightening or threatening events …

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Talk It Out: How to Communicate with Coworkers

The key to building a harmonious, civil workplace is employees and managers who do their part to avoid the common behaviors that create conflict amongst coworkers. They must be respectful, be open to others’ opinions and, above all, be good communicators. With good communication comes less conflict and strengthened workplace relationships. Leaders, here are some …

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