In today’s workplace, the responsibility of problem solving is no longer an exclusive responsibility of the people occupying seats of upper management. Now, this is a responsibility that everyone in the organization shares. Effective problem solving skills allow employees throughout the organization to examine problems, identify, assess, and evaluate. Read More »
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In business, a proper definition of a job and its specific responsibilities is key. Likewise, is the importance of communicating such expectations to employees. So if you’re not hearing from remote team members, consider it an accomplishment worth celebrating. Read More »
Customer service is what keeps most any company thriving and profitable. Most businesses these days are making use of the internet and the new technology that comes out almost daily. If you want superb reviews from the public, you may want to check out these tips! Read More »
Macrotrends. Two big changes in the U.S. economy are colliding and complementing each other: the notion of the “sharing economy” and the rise of the “shared workplace.” A big, multipart report explains the trend. Read More »
With a title like the one on this post, I’m certain there isn’t much introduction needed about today’s leading subject. So let’s get to the heart of the matter–how can we make conference calls better? Read More »
There are some things that we assume everyone knows. You can estimate the length of a second by saying “one mississippi.” If there is food on the floor, an unsupervised dog will eat it. And increasing the size of your screen increases your productivity. Read More »
Are you one of the many who enjoy nighttime? Do you find that you do your best work when everyone else has already gone to sleep? Well, if you work later hours, then you’re in luck. But if you find yourself with a day job, then this may wreak havoc on your life. Read More »
Work is stressful. Most officers are rife with politics, and most employees are exhausted, filled with fear, and generally upset. This is expensive. But it’s not as hard as you might think to recover that cost. Read More »
Many people go into business for themselves, work hard at their jobs, or try to find a side hustle because they want to become wealthy. But is that really possible? Is it even likely? Read More »
When I feel overwhelmed and overworked, I recognize that my attitude is affecting everyone that I encounter. Hiding a negative attitude is difficult. Read More »
Recently I heard a story that made me shake my head. It involves three people: a cashier, a delivery driver, and a sales rep. Refill your coffee: this is a good one. Read More »
Every business needs to bring people onto the team to get things done and to grow, and just about every business is terrible at doing this. Why is hiring so hard? What can we do about it? Read More »
Your employees are the gears that make your business turn. Yet most companies fail to acknowledge the usefulness of making sure workplaces are ergonimic. Read More »