For most people a job is a place you go and a thing you do that pays you regular wages and benefits. But more and more people are contracting and freelancing. Is this the way of the future?
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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!
Once “mo” I am back with some business advice. This time: valuable insights from my friend and mastermind client Mo VandenBergh of VandenBergh and Associates. What does Mo do? Lots of things, but three things I’ll share today.
Today, guest blogger Curtiss Quirin explains that a key secret to improvement in business is not high expectations, but the process of actively checking for yourself.
Most people starting a business forget about the most important part. That’s not the making of the stuff, but the making of sales!
Get your head in the game. You’ve got a whole year ahead of you. Or hopefully, lots of years. So what are you going to do this year to make it a success?
When we attempt to gain productivity in the office, it seems that every minute counts. And for people who spend much of their day on the phone, this couldn’t be more true.
As business consultants, we’re often asked about compensation. But in addition to the various types of benefits, ownership, and bonus programs, there’s a bigger question about the relationship between pay and motivation. What does the way money is spent do to how people work?
The job market has changed, and the majority of jobs are not advertised. That means as a potential job seeker, you must adapt to survive the changing market.
Employee productivity requires investment. Today’s guest post reminds us of the most important element of business improvement: putting your employees first.
Increasing productivity at work can happen in just about every arena. But what about increasing productivity when maintaining your company website?
Employee productivity is always a hot topic. But is there a relationship between employee productivity and their status as a contractor?
You don’t have to be a technology pro to know that most companies don’t use Macintosh computers. But could these machines actually increase corporate productivity?
The team at AccelaWork stumbled upon an article that listed the ten most despised jobs in America. And while there was validity in the complaints of those who work in such areas, we found one such agitation surprising.
The fact is, we can’t stop time from ticking away, and every new year feels like it comes too fast. So, as we wrap up accomplishing the goals we set forth for every new year, we discuss thinking about what we hope to satisfy in the new year.
I have a friend who works for a major consumer brand. I can’t name the company, but it’s certainly one you know. He’s a great salesman and I’m happy to come buy products I want from him in his store. Unfortunately, this makes for a terrible customer experience.
The American Occupational Therapy Association suggested that backpacks weigh no more than 10% of a student’s body weight. With news such as this, manufacturers began tackling the challenge of creating ergonomic designs that are not just spacious but fashionable as well.
Today’s post is from Chris Arnold. He is the owner of Arnold Business Advisors, LLC which is a coaching and consulting business primarily focused in the areas of strategy implementation, leadership development, team alignments, and executive coaching.
When experts get together, they like to share tall tales. These were probably based in history but have been exaggerated over time. Here are a few more “campfire stories” we’ve collected.
Many of us have come home after work and have made a simple pronouncement: “I really had a productive day.” Or sometimes: “Wow, it feels like I got nothing done.” What’s the difference?