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January 22, 2020

When you are at the helm of a thriving business, you could have a huge amount on your plate. That can include monitoring how particular products are selling and the financial health of the company, interviewing potential recruits and managing projects. So, what about your staff? "What about them?" you may ask. Well, exactly - you could be so hard-pressed for time that you know little about your people and, therefore, their problems possibly bubbling under the surface. … Read More »

Career Development

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January 20, 2020

It’s safe to say that women have definitely come a long way when it comes to the equality in the theatre. However, there is still a lot of work to do. But, forgetting that, there’s a lot to celebrate and some stats to look at. There were 37 new shows premiering on Broadway in 2018-2019, let’s take a look at how that breaks down. … Read More »

Business

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January 8, 2020 by Sam Bowman

It’s a situation that no business owner ever wants to find themselves in: Closing a failed business. This failure takes an emotional toll, and all of the effort that you put into your business may seem to have been for nothing. But that’s not actually true. You’ll have learned important lessons in running that first business, and you can use those lessons to ensure your next business has a better chance of succeeding. While you may be feeling devastated from the initial failure, you can recuperate from that loss and use it to find your next opportunity. … Read More »

Career Development

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January 6, 2020

For each job that’s posted online, there’s going to be hundreds of applicants jostling to gain that one spot. Standing out from this crowd of hopeful people to be a business's first choice might appear to be somewhat impossible, but there are actually a few simple steps that you can take in order to make yourself as employable as you can be. … Read More »

Career Development

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January 6, 2020

The end of a decade is a good time to reflect on what you’ve achieved so far and more importantly - what you want from the future. And at the top of most people’s list is: career aspirations. Most of the world spend at least one third of their adult life at work. That’s a lot of time. And if you don’t love your job, you may end up feeling restless and unfulfilled. But moving onto greener pastures is sometimes harder than it sounds. So how do you go about identifying your dream job, finding a vacancy, and making sure you secure it? If you’re looking for some tips, check out the list below for ideas. … Read More »

Business

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January 6, 2020

Starting a business may have been a dream at one time, and it could have taken a lot of graft and effort to make it a reality. A common business model is to sell products, but often, businesses that are just starting out tend to outsource their manufacturing. It might be for speed or as a cost saving, but is this the right move for you this year? It might be time to bring the manufacturing element of your business in-house, but are there things to think about? Here are some of the common steps to take to help you get started. … Read More »

Productivity

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January 6, 2020 by Daniel Calvin

In the activity-based working model, staff aren’t bound to a particular desk or office… They are free to work in any area of the workplace they choose. This new working dynamic shakes the old ways to their core, and although there may be some downsides, there are even more benefits. In this article we look at how you can implement Activity-based working in your business. … Read More »

Office Management

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January 1, 2020

Every office has its downfalls. Whether you're a new business or have been established for a while, you'll be reading this because you know that your office isn't the type of environment that you wanted. In this article we look at some of the ways you can improve your office space and the morale of your employees. … Read More »

Career Development

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December 15, 2019

When interviewing for a job, most employers make a snap decision based on how you present yourself during the earliest stages of the interview. As important as it is to be prepared for the questions you will be asked, you should also work on developing good body language skills. To avoid making body language mistakes, check out these helpful tips. … Read More »

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December 11, 2019 by Sujain Thomas

The consumer market is different now, and so as the B2B marketplace. People and businesses like to have a one-stop-shopping experience for all things which they want under one roof. You can see the e-commerce B2C portals like Amazon, for example, where you can get anything anytime at a few clicks. The case is not different in terms of business applications, too, where the users and developers also like to have this one-stop-shop experience. However, even though there is a need for it, there had not been such an all-inclusive technology in terms of technical business administration until Salesforce introduced its application. … Read More »

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