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Oct 17

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5 Things to Consider Before Leasing a Company Car

With most companies looking to trim expenses, the idea of leasing company cars has gotten more attention. Viewed as a way to keep up with the latest automotive technology and safety features, it is gaining in popularity with businesses big and small. However, as with any business decision, there are numerous factors to consider. So ...

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Oct 17

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Why Small Businesses Need to Move to the Cloud

From hurricanes to floods to massive earthquakes, it has been a devastating month. We can all extend a helping hand by donating to organizations on the ground doing the hard work to save lives. Countless homes, schools, churches, and businesses have been destroyed and there’s one lesson that we can all take away from this: […]

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Oct 17

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Having a Great Culture: Improve Teamwork

A healthcare clinic was experiencing significant conflict with the hourly employees.  The employees were constantly arguing and complaining to the manager.  The manager became aware that the two groups of employees had divided based upon their country of national origin.  The manager was prepared to hire a new staff for the back ...

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Oct 17

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5 Best Ways to Use VoIP to Help Your Small Business

Voice-over IP services have flooded the market in recent years. They promise reduced costs, flexibility, and are easy to install and use on the go. Starting up a small business is constantly demanding and challenging. Good business practices dictate that taking care of the customers should be the first priority. With a VoIP service, ...

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Sep 17

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How to Increase Your Business Value to Your Employer and Guarantee Your Job

Every employer loves to see their employees excel and most will do almost anything to keep their top performers around. Adding value to the company displays your strong commitment to both the job and the success of your employer, not to mention yourself and your team. It also places you in a strategic position for […]

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What Most Women Forget About When Hiring

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Sep 17

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What Most Women Forget About When Hiring

Conducting an interview can be challenging, based on the job opening and quality of candidates who apply for the position. When hiring a new employee, it is important to take all possible precautions to find the most qualified person for the company and the position. Certain issues are sometimes overlooked by female managers who ...

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Better Ways to Connect with Customers Around the World

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Sep 17

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Better Ways to Connect with Customers Around the World

As a business owner, you are already aware that your customers are the lifeblood of your enterprise. Being able to connect with them is important in building your business relationships and driving revenue. The problem is, many companies out there don’t understand the significance of engagement and insist on pushing sales pitches ...

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Aug 17

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How to Handle Employees of Opposite Ideologies from You

In an ideal world, diversity is celebrated and workers set their ideologies aside on the job. In the real world, that rarely happens. It’s up to you as the manager to maintain a peaceful and productive workflow. However, can your employees trust you to be able to do that if they know their values are […]

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Aug 17

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3 Tips to Run Effective Design Meetings

We’ve all been there. Some meetings are like magic…you go in with questions, those questions get answered, everybody walks out on the same page with clear next steps. But likely, we’ve all experienced the opposite: you go into a meeting expecting one thing, but it gets sidetracked, and everybody walks out more confused then ...

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Aug 17

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The Future of Business is Design

Designers have always deserved a seat at the planning table. We have an important message: Don’t treat design as the last, final stage in the process; it limits what design can do. But now that we are at the table, we have to deal with the broader challenges: competing priorities, different world views, and multiple, […]

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