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Tag Archive | "Management"

Top 5 Tips for Business Hiring on a Shoestring Budget

Monday, August 27, 2012

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Your business is growing, volume of work is increasing, and your existing staff can no longer handle the amount of work coming through the door. This is a blessing, really. Growth means nothing but positivity for any business, but the additional workload is certainly not without its stresses. If your company is unable to meet […]

Top 5 Tips for Attracting the Best Job Applicants

Thursday, August 23, 2012

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The current job market is as competitive as it has ever been, and unfortunately for employers, this can sometimes mean an influx of applications whose quality is something less than commendable. When sifting through endless lazy or poorly-put-together job applications finally becomes too tiring to bear, it’s time to rethink your approach for the ground […]

How to Greenify Your Hiring Process

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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We know about green jobs, green offices, and green office products, but what about green hiring. Don’t ditch your eco-ideals for the hiring process. There are many ways to keep in tune with your company’s green environment during the hiring process.

How to Improve Employee Productivity With Ergonomic Office Design

Thursday, August 2, 2012

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Employees are the heart of your company. Together they perform all the functions vital to making the business thrive. There are many reasons why an ergonomically designed office is beneficial to your company, one being increased employee productivity. It is also true that the desks where they spend all their time at work could be […]

How Often Should You Have Employee Performance Reviews?

Friday, July 13, 2012

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Whether s/he is the employer or the employee, if there’s one thing that neither individual is usually excited about, it is having employee performance reviews. Probably because it’s like the adult equivalent of the parent/teacher conferences that so many of us experienced while growing up. If, as a student, you knew that you did well, […]

Why Your Business Shouldn’t Neglect Internal Branding

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

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Oftentimes, when the subject of “company branding” comes up, it centers around the particular kind of identity that a business desires to present to its customers; you know, the logo, the slogan, the design and content. But, there is another kind of branding that all businesses should focus on as well. It’s called “internal branding”. […]

Tips for Building a Successful Internship Program

Friday, June 15, 2012

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If you run your own business, chances are you’ve had weeks where there’s just too much to get done and not enough hours to do it all. It happens to all growing businesses; it’s just the nature of the beast. Thankfully, there are ways to spread and lighten the load that don’t require hiring new […]

Essential Characteristics of Remote Employees

Friday, May 25, 2012

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In today’s increasingly technology-focused workplace, chances are there are employees at your company that work remotely. You may even be one of them. The ability to use computers and the internet to work from anywhere in the world is an invaluable resource for small businesses and start-ups, where keeping overhead costs low is such an […]

Top 5 Qualities of Successful Business Leaders

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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There are people who are born to run a business and be in charge of people. Not everyone is born already possessing these natural talents but there are ways you can turn yourself into an effective and good business leader. With these 5 traits, anyone could successfully run a business. Organization It takes a lot […]

How to Fill a Job That Nobody Wants

Thursday, April 19, 2012

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Honestly, in this economy, it’s pretty challenging to pitch out a job that absolutely no one wants, but there are definitely positions that, to the average person, are less than desirable. In those instances, placing an ad that simply says, “We need someone to clean our bathrooms” or “We can only pay you $10 for […]