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October 17, 2019

Looking the part is not just about having a fancy logo and wearing a shirt and tie when you’re in the office, though. It’s about everything that encapsulates your business, from the office layout to employee uniforms to having a website that’s well maintained. These factors are what clients, customers, and investors will see whenever they make contact, so you must have everything ready. … Read More »

Office Management

October 15, 2019

It is common knowledge that having a bright, clean, and attractive workspace is directly linked to the production of higher quantity and better quality work. If you are a manager and want to improve not only the productivity in your office but the overall ethos and wellbeing of your employees, here are some tips to help you. … Read More »

Office Management

October 15, 2019 by Derek Lotts

Moving offices is usually in itself a good sign and it most likely means that your business is thriving and that you need additional space to accommodate more employees or equipment. It can also mean that your revenue has increased and you now wish to move your business to a more attractive location. Regardless of the reason, the moving has to be orchestrated carefully since you need to be mindful of the employees, inventory and the working conditions at the new place so that the productivity is not hindered. … Read More »

Business

October 14, 2019

The term Geofencing can sound too tech-savvy for those who aren’t aware of it. If you are someone who has always wondered how your favorite retail store knew you entered the mall and notified you with a sale ad, well don’t be surprised as that wasn’t your shopping angels. That’s marketing at work. Being one of the most effective and increasingly popular digital marketing tools, Geofencing has marked its place to stay. It’s easy to use, highly effective and has proven to be a strategic marketing tool for brands. … Read More »

Career Development

October 10, 2019

One thing that many small business owners neglect is staff training. We train new recruits when they first arrive, but as soon as they know everything that they need to, to do their jobs, we leave them to it. This is a mistake. Instead, you should create a workplace that encourages and promotes learning. That offers plenty of chances for your employees to develop and grow and become better at their jobs. … Read More »

Career Development

October 9, 2019 by Linda R. Bedford

According to statistics provided by Federal resume guide https://federalresumeguide.com/ during their research every year around 200,000 military service members begin their transition from their military careers to civilian careers. Military veterans often face numerous obstacles in their transition to the lifestyle of the ordinary citizen and in this article we look at 7 ways veterans can transition out of the military and into civilian life. … Read More »

Career Development

October 4, 2019

If you are someone who is fed up with working for someone else, why not think about changing the record and working for yourself? You will probably have a lot of skills and knowledge that you may have amassed in previous jobs, and these may well be best served to create profits for yourself. There are many opportunities to become a freelancer, working on a project-by-project basis. … Read More »

Business

September 30, 2019 by Staff Badges Direct

While you may not give your name badges too much thought, they are a vital element of your business. In this article Staff Badges Direct looks at some of the important points to need to consider before purchasing your new name badges. … Read More »

People Skills

September 27, 2019

We all know that having a strong team that works together is one of the pillars of a successful business. It is up to the management team, or business owners to work out how that comes to fruition in their own business. … Read More »

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