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Angie Garcia

Angie Garcia
Angie Garcia, VP of Marketing for FrankCrum, has over 20 years of experience in corporate and agency marketing, including integrated strategy development, branding, campaign planning and public relations. She manages marketing across all the FrankCrum companies. Angie enjoys boating, cooking and she especially loves being a mom.

Recent Posts

PEO Employment Growth Soars Above Rest of U.S. Economy

Posted by Angie Garcia on Sep 28, 2018 9:00:00 AM

According to a recent study, Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) are experiencing employment growth 14 times higher than the growth rate in the overall U.S. economy. For example, the total employment represented by the PEO industry is the same as the combined number of employees who work at Walmart (U.S. only), Amazon, Google, Apple, IBM, FedEx, Starbucks, AT&T and Wells Fargo.

PEOs provide services like payroll processing, HR support, employee benefits, workers’ compensation insurance and regulatory compliance assistance and take on many employer responsibilities so business owners can focus on day-to-day operations and growth.

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5 Simple Timesavers for Overwhelmed Business Owners

Posted by Angie Garcia on Dec 28, 2016 9:00:00 AM

So much to do, so little time. “I have a meeting, but I need more time to get my work done. And what about planning for the future? There’s never much time for that.” For some small-business owners, feeling overwhelmed is the norm. That can make it difficult to grow your business, but don’t get caught up. There’s a better way. Here are five easy timesavers for business owners looking to achieve major growth in 2017.

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Topics: Business Growth

How to Achieve Company Buy-In to New Business Processes

Posted by Angie Garcia on Dec 1, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Change is never easy, but it’s essential to a growing enterprise. Having effective and efficient processes is one of the top factors of success in business growth. Whenever you create a new business process or change an existing one, it’s important to consider how to get your entire team on board. Without organizational buy in, even the best processes can fail. And if the new process is one you plan to outsource such as HR or payroll, there may be extra steps to take in order to involve potential partners outside the company.

Here are some of the best ways to get buy-in for a new business process:

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Topics: Human Resources

How Busy Office Managers Can Avoid Professional Burnout

Posted by Angie Garcia on Nov 10, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Office managers, by the nature of their role, wear many hats, and that is especially true in small businesses. Since 99.7% of businesses in the United States qualify as small businesses according to the Small Business Administration, the role of office manager has profound significance in the American business landscape, and many of the people in this role suffer from professional burnout. That’s because in small businesses, resources and staff usually are limited, leaving the office manager living at the point where the “rubber meets the road” on a daily basis.

Here are some ways office managers can lighten your workload so you feel happier in your role.

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Topics: PEO Services

3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Achieve Better Work-Life Balance

Posted by Angie Garcia on Nov 3, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Unless sustaining your status as workaholic business owner is something you wear like a badge of pride, it may be useful to step back and consider ways to strike a sustainable work/life balance. Many entrepreneurs start off resource-strapped and determined to at least keep the lights on, and usually this means long hours and a command-and-control culture. But even if you’re willing to maintain that mode indefinitely, it’s not highly scalable and ultimately will hinder your ability to grow.

Here are some things you can do to achieve a better work-life balance while still enabling your company to grow:

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Topics: Entrepreneurship

Can I Just Hire Someone and Then… Just Pay Them?

Posted by Angie Garcia on Mar 24, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Ok, your plumbing business continues to grow and you need to hire more staff. Can it be as simple as… just hire someone and then… just pay them? Actually, it can be pretty simple; following these basic guidelines will help you keep it organized. 

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Topics: Small Business Management

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