3 Tips For Gaining More Respect From Your Colleagues

If you’re just starting at a new company or have had some rough times in the past, you may feel that you’re not getting the amount of respect that you’d like. However, you can’t just tell people to respect you and then have obvious changes seen in the workplace regarding your standing and reputation. But in order to feel appreciated and important at your company, it’s vital that you have the respect that you deserve. So to help you make it easier for others within your organization to respect you, here are three tips for gaining more respect from your colleagues. Continue reading “3 Tips For Gaining More Respect From Your Colleagues”

3 Reasons Why Online Entrepreneurs Should Get An MBA

The success stories of entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg make some entrepreneurs think that they do not need an MBA. These two, and other entrepreneurs, have built successful businesses without an MBA. However, thousands of entrepreneurs have had to go to business school to succeed in business. Online entrepreneurs are no exception. The lessons taught in business school apply to both online and offline ventures. Here are more reasons why online entrepreneurs should register for an MBA. Continue reading “3 Reasons Why Online Entrepreneurs Should Get An MBA”

4 Tips For Choosing Great Employees

When it comes to starting a business one of the most important things on your checklist is finding a strong team to be able to back you up.  Without a staff who is willing and able to do the work that you need in order to keep your business growing, then you will never be able to make it on your own. Continue reading “4 Tips For Choosing Great Employees”

The 3 Things You Learn Filling Hard-To-Fill Positions

Reality works kind of like ripples on a lake, branches on a tree, or echoes through a canyon. See, history doesn’t repeat itself, but it does echo. There is an up and down vacillation throughout time. A pendulum swinging, if you will. What this means is that certain aspects of human nature will always be constant even as the world changes. Continue reading “The 3 Things You Learn Filling Hard-To-Fill Positions”

Tips for Making Your Company’s Breakroom Better

Your company’s breakroom is a place for your employees to get away from it all during an otherwise stressful day.  So why not make this area as comfortable as possible?  Having a nice breakroom can not only make employees feel better about their job, but it can boost productivity as well.  Today, we are going to learn a few things that you can do to make your company’s breakroom better!

Install A Garbage Disposal

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How businesses are changing hiring services

The world economic cycles have become more unpredictable, consequentially leading to an ever-constant conflict in regards to the entrepreneurial role by the businesses and the labor market about service provision. The hiring managers play a significant role and drastically influence company with a business culture that in turn creates employee loyalty. Continue reading “How businesses are changing hiring services”

Five ways to ensure your HR department is doing everything it can to keep your employees safe

All employees are entitled to work within environments where risks to their health and safety are dealt with properly and controlled in a correct manner. One of the main aspects of maintaining a productive workplace is making sure that the correct procedures are there to protect employees. There are several different working industries where employers are exposed to hazards and possible unsafe environments. So, we have put together five ways to ensure that your HR department is doing everything that they can to keep their employees safe. Continue reading “Five ways to ensure your HR department is doing everything it can to keep your employees safe”

5 Facts About Worker’s Compensation Every Business Owner Needs To Know

The day a small business hires its first employee can feel like the first day it really comes into its own as a company. That’s exciting, but it’s also means taking on big responsibilities. Employees can make a business grow and thrive, but employers have significant legal obligations toward the people they hire. In many states, one of those obligations is to carry worker’s compensation insurance. The purpose of worker’s compensation is to pay the medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and lost wages for employees who are injured while performing work-related duties. Continue reading “5 Facts About Worker’s Compensation Every Business Owner Needs To Know”

Should You Take a Spiritual Approach to Business? 9 Reasons to Go For It

“Spiritual” and “religious” aren’t synonyms. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.  If you don’t consider yourself particularly devout, if you don’t read many spiritual books or attend lectures, if you haven’t set foot in a house of worship in years — no matter. You can still take a spiritual approach to business. Continue reading “Should You Take a Spiritual Approach to Business? 9 Reasons to Go For It”

Improving Productivity from Your Workforce

As the manager or owner of a business, you will already know how important productivity levels are. If your workforce is not as productive as it could be, your business and profits will suffer. This is why it is so important to place emphasis on improving productivity from your workers. There are many different things that can have an impact of productivity levels. It is important to take all of these into consideration if you want to maximize on productivity from your workforce. Continue reading “Improving Productivity from Your Workforce”

9 Tips So You Can Effectively Work From Home

When you finally decided to let go of your traditional ‘9 to 5 job’ in an office, you have joined a large number of professionals in search for better opportunities. Working from the comforts of your own home is so promising in so many ways. Just imagine the stress of daily commute to work and the hassle of getting up early to look office-ready every single day of your life. If you want to work wearing your pajamas and sweatpants, definitely you can do so. Continue reading “9 Tips So You Can Effectively Work From Home”

How to Prepare for NMAT in 1 Month?

NMAT (NMIMS Management Aptitude Test) is an online management test organized by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) on behalf of Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. In this article let us see the tips and strategies to be followed to clear the exam and crack NMAT Cut Off within one-month time. Below are some points to keep in mind for NMAT preparation: Continue reading “How to Prepare for NMAT in 1 Month?”

4 Things You Can Do To Get a Raise

Wanting to be recognized for your hard work isn’t something that you should be ashamed of desire.  Everyone wants to be able to say that they are rewarded for their progress in life.  Aiming for recognition in the workplace is a great way to motivate yourself to keep going the extra mile for not only yourself but to prove others of your worth as well. Continue reading “4 Things You Can Do To Get a Raise”

The Business of Employee Support: Ways To Be A Supportive Employer

One of the most critical issues faced by employers in the workplace is perception.  A leader must make a conscious effort to gain the trust and confidence of their team, and a negative perception can undermine the whole operation.  Deciding to portray the stoic, closed-off, tough guy/girl is not always the best route to travel.

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How to Win the War for Talent: 4 New Recruiting Tactics

While some of the younger readers out there might find it hard to believe, not so long ago, people had to search for jobs in the printed version of their local newspapers. Of course, today’s digital landscape has given young job-seekers a number of different avenues to find their dream jobs. Continue reading “How to Win the War for Talent: 4 New Recruiting Tactics”

Clever Budgeting After College

After four or five years of living as an impoverished college student, you’ve finally got the diploma and the job. No more instant noodles for you, right? While it’s true that some better money will finally be coming into your bank account, it’s also true that a long line of bills will need to be paid. You’re past the point of getting housing on the cheap, and remember those student loans that got you through? Continue reading “Clever Budgeting After College”

Bring in the Experts: 5 Signs It’s Time to Make Outside Executive Hires

Founders are a restless bunch, especially in the tech sector. It’s rare to see a founder stick in the same day-to-day management role at the same company for one decade, let alone two or three. They’re much more likely to hire talented outside executives to scale their vision. Continue reading “Bring in the Experts: 5 Signs It’s Time to Make Outside Executive Hires”

Grow Your Workforce – Let Them Work For The Greater Good And Achieve Job Stability

One of the crucial aspects of start-ups thriving and scaling businesses is their team. A team that is selected carefully and works in synchronization to deliver results that their leaders set for them. According to a study conducted by McKinsey, 90% of investors believe that the single most non financial influential factor in evaluating the IPO of a firm is the quality of the management team. Large organizations need to pay heed and start planning their people practices such that they can build stronger organizations. Continue reading “Grow Your Workforce – Let Them Work For The Greater Good And Achieve Job Stability”

Choosing Between E-Verify and Form I-9

Businesses don’t just want to hire the best employees for the job. They also want to guarantee that they’re hiring trustworthy and dependable people who won’t become legal or financial liabilities down the road. However, this can be equally challenging for both small businesses and larger companies. After all, undertaking a full background check can take plenty of time and effort to complete. This could lead to the misspending of vital resources that could have been better allotted to operational, business development, or expansion purposes. Continue reading “Choosing Between E-Verify and Form I-9”

E-cigarettes in the workplace – a guide for employers

Did you know that an estimated nine million adults in the US vape regularly and that the number is growing? If you’re an employer it’s likely that at least one of your employees vapes. So, what should you do about the growing trend? Continue reading “E-cigarettes in the workplace – a guide for employers”

Find Meaning in Your Work – 4 Ways to Get More from Your Career

The Society for Human Resource Management’s exhaustive employee satisfaction survey is a blueprint for managers and executives who take their employees’ happiness seriously. If you’re looking to improve the workplace environment for your subordinates, click that link and don’t come back. Continue reading “Find Meaning in Your Work – 4 Ways to Get More from Your Career”

Keep Your Business Safe with Staff Compliance Training

Are there any dangers associated with NOT following business compliance regulations? Yes, there are legal implications for you, your business, your managers, your customers and your employees. Business safety refers to the legal guardianship of various aspects that make up your business. Here are four ways to keep your business “safe” from negative legal implications. Continue reading “Keep Your Business Safe with Staff Compliance Training”

7 Simple Tips to Make Your Team More Collaborative

Team collaboration is an integral part of every company. Without it, your company will rapidly decline and evaporate. The biggest part of collaboration is communication, and its effective communication that drives good collaboration. There are however, multiple ways to increase that communication effort and in turn increases the overall collaboration.

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6 Key Benefits that Attract Top Talent

In today’s job market, employers are finding it increasingly difficult to attract top talent because the competition is stiff. Typically, the big corporations have money to hire top-notch recruiting agencies that are in the business of advertising for and attracting the very best within a given industry. That is what they do and they are usually very good at it or they wouldn’t be in business long. So, what it is it that these recruiters advise companies to do in order to attract top talent? Here are six of the key benefits job seekers are attracted to. Continue reading “6 Key Benefits that Attract Top Talent”

5 Rewarding Ideas For This Summers Corporate Event

Sometimes, the best way to build comradery amongst team members is to get the team out of the comfort zone of the office. People from all departments of a corporation look forward to the summertime tradition of getting together as a corporate family and taking in new sights, sounds, and activities. The summer months will be here more quickly than you think. Some preparation today can go a long way toward creating memories that your employees can look back on fondly for the rest of their careers, if not the rest of their lives. Continue reading “5 Rewarding Ideas For This Summers Corporate Event”

Safety and Wellness Incentive Programs: Do They Work?

Take a look at your company’s current incentives program and you may be thinking that you already have everything covered, but have you already considered improving your safety and wellness programs? Perhaps you’ve tried a few things, but you’re not seeing your employees making a change for the better.Conversely, you might just want to see better results. If that’s the case, then you should consider using safety and wellness incentives to get the job done. Continue reading “Safety and Wellness Incentive Programs: Do They Work?”

3 Things to Consider When Setting Up a Sales Compensation Plan

Proper compensation of a company’s workforce is critical in any business, especially for those who have a sales team that brings in new customers and nurtures relationships existing ones. Creating a sound sales compensation plan is vital to continuous business growth because it keeps your salespeople motivated in addition to encouraging the best performers to stay on. Continue reading “3 Things to Consider When Setting Up a Sales Compensation Plan”

How Smartphones Can Improve Employee Retention

Smartphones have become a valuable tool for the workplace. They’ve made everything from communication to productivity possible anywhere a data and voice signal exists, and almost everyone seems to have a smartphone due to the low threshold of ownership. By giving their employees freedom to do their work remotely, employers can offer new phones as an employee benefit, giving workers the ability to stay connected to the office even when they’re out of the office. Explore some of the ways a smartphone can improve employee retention. Continue reading “How Smartphones Can Improve Employee Retention”