Today’s Men’s Business Fashion

An article published in “Psychology Today” revealed that it takes no more than 30 seconds before one person makes an impression of another. The clothing one wears plays an important role in arriving at this conclusion. If employed as a professional in business, men must make the effort to portray the appropriate message by being conscious of overall appearance. Among other things, the correct attire conveys someone who acts responsibly, pays attention to detail and exudes confidence. Continue reading “Today’s Men’s Business Fashion”

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Bid Management and Roles of a Bid Manager – A Discussion

The process of Bid Management is as simple as Responding to a Tender. This is a process of building a Proposal Document (Bid) that is prepared in compliance with Tender requirements. Bid Management deals with all activities related to preparation and submission of Bids. Continue reading “Bid Management and Roles of a Bid Manager – A Discussion”

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Team Building – A Real Art of Man Management

Team Building is an all time and a real time goal in all industries that is believed to yield Efficiency. While talking about Team Building/Team Management, we have to consider into account the very basic nature of human being vis-a-vis Human Traits, Behaviors, Attitudes and other Psychological characters along with other technical skills. Continue reading “Team Building – A Real Art of Man Management”

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Minor Illnesses Account for Millions of Absences in UK Workforce

With the summer winding down and a chilly breeze persuading many of us back into cardigans, it’s only a matter of time before sniffle season starts. 2013 may have seen a drop in workplace absenteeism from 2012’s slight rise (plus an overall drop of 47 million lost working days since 1993), but when the cold weather rolls around, it is minor illness which is likely to be the second most common reason why our workforce won’t be at their desks in 2014. Continue reading “Minor Illnesses Account for Millions of Absences in UK Workforce”

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The Pros and Cons of being an independent contractor

One of the biggest choices a person can make is deciding to stay at the nine-to-five job or take the plunge into working for themselves as an independent contractor. There are pros and cons for both choices — either can be rewarding. Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of being an independent contractor”

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Creating a Safe Workplace by Maintaining Your Business Premises

In the UK the greatest cause of work related death is asbestos, which unfortunately contributes to around 4,500 deaths each year. This building material, which was widely used for domestic and non domestic buildings before the year 2000, can release dangerous fibres into the air when damaged. Exposure to these fibres can lead to four lung diseases. These are mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer and pleural thickening. If you are the owner of a non-domestic property then it is your responsibility to manage asbestos, and ensure that you are complying with the latest Health and Safety Regulations. Not only is this a legal duty, it also helps to protect everyone on site and will allow for peace of mind. Continue reading “Creating a Safe Workplace by Maintaining Your Business Premises”

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Setting Up a Gym Business to Attract Members

No matter what the economic climate is, the fitness industry is one which is always thriving. This is because people need to exercise, and for many it is something that they take seriously and use as a stress release. Many people go to the gym to lose weight, some to maintain a level of fitness, some to bulk up or rehabilitate an injury and others see it as a lifestyle choice to maintain a healthy mind and body. Continue reading “Setting Up a Gym Business to Attract Members”

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How to Improve Productivity in the Workplace

If a small or independent business is to be successful, it must constantly look to evolve and improve across multiple sectors. This not only applies to the streamlining of existing business procedures and operational methods, but also the level of productivity that employees are able to maintain over a sustained period of time. This demands an innovative and proactive approach to management, as often it may be unusual methods or seemingly insignificant details that create a positive, motivated and ultimately productive workforce. Continue reading “How to Improve Productivity in the Workplace”

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Running a business from home

When it is practical, running a business from your home can provide a number of very material – as well as eco-friendly – advantages. This includes the fact you will not have to pay for additional premises, a non-existent commute, and easy access to all the amenities of your home. If you intend to run a business from your home, there are several steps you should take. Continue reading “Running a business from home”

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Raising Employee Retention Rates

There are 3 times when new employees need to be hired. When a business is growing it is typical that new employees will be needed to service the additional business. That is the only time that hiring new employees makes good business sense. The other times are when you require a skillset that none of your current employees possess, and when an employee leaves to work someplace else leaving you with a vacancy that must be filled to continue servicing the same amount of business. In these two instances the hiring is a time consuming and expensive process that will involve many hours of training on your business practices prior to being a profitable contributor to your business. Continue reading “Raising Employee Retention Rates”

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How to Become a Safety Conscious Employer

In financial and logistical terms, there is a world of difference between online and offline business ventures. Not only do offline businesses generally require a larger amount of capital to be invested into funding start-up costs, for example, but these ventures also demand a greater infrastructure if they are to succeed over time. This contrasts sharply with online ventures, whose owners can often maintain minimal overheads while also operating without the need for a clearly define structured or multiple staff members. Continue reading “How to Become a Safety Conscious Employer”

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How to Increase the Efficiency of Your Business

The competitive world of business is constantly changing, and companies must learn to be flexible and adaptive if they intend to find success. Whether you’re part of a large and well-established business or the head of a small start-up, it’s important to be aware that there are plenty of ways to improve business efficiency. Some of these suggestions don’t cost anything at all and are guaranteed to boost your company’s bottom line. Continue reading “How to Increase the Efficiency of Your Business”

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