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Confident Business Management 101

Contributed Post When you first embark on your journey as an entrepreneur, you’re going to have a lot on your plate. While getting the most important stuff over with is crucial, such as registering your business and mapping out a decent business, you can always go the extra mile to feel confident and secure. It doesn’t even have to take up that much time as it is really all about the small things. Image link: Pexels Here is a handy guide to how you can manage your startup confidently, thinking ahead, and ensuring that you have everything you need in case something should go wrong. Not that it will go wrong but, you know, it might just as well. Read up on everything As I…
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5 Activities That Could Bring Your Team Closer Together

https://unsplash.com/photos/-xJAb5-NJSQ In business, you always want to ensure that your team works well together. Because a company is only ever as good as its people. Not only will you want to find and hire the best of the best, but you’ll also want to nurture them, train them, and ensure that you can create the greatest staff that you could possibly have. A huge part of that is team building. Because when you have this range of people that are great at what they do, there’s not always a guarantee that when put together, they’ll work well. Of course, you’ll always want to bring the right people into departments so that you know the team will mesh well, but not everyone in your company will…
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Self-Employed But Want To Grow Your Business? Why It Might Be Time To Have Employees

If you are like me and are self-employed, then the time might come that you need to take on a staff member of two. If you want your business to grow, or it is getting out of hand as it is, and you feel constantly rushed off your feet, then it could be a good idea to employ staff. Whether full-time or part-time, though, there are things that you need to think about to make sure that you are doing the practice legally and lawfully. Here are some suggestions and ideas for when it comes to taking your self-employment to the next level. It would be great to hear if you have any experience of this and what has worked for you; we’re all in…
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Is The Customer Always Right? Let’s Explore

Years ago, back in 1909 in fact, a phrase penned “the customer is always right” by Harry Gordon Selfridge became a thing, and has done now for many years. It is something we hear just spoken outloud, when a service is bad, a product isn’t up to scratch and a complaint is sent into a business, shop or company. The customer is always right. It is also something that a company may use to their advantage, to perhaps give the impression that they will offer a good service. That their products or services are worth buying. That they appreciate that the customer is always right. But is this really the case? Do we often think about the domino effect of this complaint that someone has…
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Non-Negotiable: Top 5 Qualities Employers Want In The Office

This image is from Navair Changing career or finding a new job is never easy. After dozens of applications, you may only get one or two callbacks. And, the pressure on making an excellent first impression is huge. Thankfully, there are ways to reduce the tension and make the process easier. All you have to do is show an employer you have a selection of the following. Knowledge Knowledge seems like a prerequisite for any position, but you’d be surprised. Thanks to the college culture, lots of applicants are book smart yet lack common sense. This is a massive problem for employers that need people who can think on their feet. Hence, the search for intelligence is one they take seriously. The trick is to…
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