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11 Feb
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

The Real Advantage of Happy Employees

BY: STUART HEARN  Happiness doesn’t “just happen” in a business. Many different elements must come together to create an office atmosphere conducive to employee happiness: Do you have a progressive performance management system? Do you prioritize employee recognition? Does your physical office environment promote a positive culture? Do you provide your employees with everything they need to thrive and succeed? Most importantly: Do you communicate with your employees, solicit their feedback, and use it to improve their situations at work? Bef

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10 Feb
2018

Tracey Clayton

administrator

Do You Have the Right Tools to Build Your Business?

One of the biggest challenges of being an entrepreneur is staying on top of everything. You have to organize projects, assign roles, respond to email and so on. And if you want to make sure you’re able to do all of these things and still have some time left for your personal life, you’ll need to make sure you have the right tools for building your business. To help you, we’ve compiled a list of 5 of them that you simply can’t run your business without. Confidence Perhaps the most important tool you’re going to need in order to be able to run your business is

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08 Feb
2018

Rhomiela Diafante

Admin Assistant

The Visual Guide to Great Onboarding

BY: MATTHEW KOSINSKI  Believe it or not, but onboarding can be the make or break factor in a new hire’s success at your company. Great onboarding processes give new hires the tools, resources, information, and connections they need to get up to speed and start producing value for your company. Bad onboarding processes, on the other hand, leave new hires confused about where they fit in and how they can be of best use to your organization. Bad onboarding can also actively drive candidates away: According to a new infographic from ACA Talent, 59 percent of

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08 Feb
2018

Tracey Clayton

administrator

Small Business Management 101

Success doesn’t come overnight, no matter how talented or financially secure you are. Every good thing takes a lot of effort, dedication and commitment, smart decisions and thought-out (next) moves, and – for the most part – it’s up to you to keep everything going. And, do remember – no matter how successful you get, managing a staff doesn’t get easier with time, at least not until you develop your own management style. If you own a small business and you’d like to give it a fresh take in terms of management, go through the lines below to find your

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06 Feb
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Every Job Seeker Needs to Be Their Own a Hype Man

BY: MARK ANTHONY DYSON   When it comes to your job search, no one is going to amplify your best attributes, skills, and abilities but you. No one can better testify to your competencies than you can. Furthermore, employers will have doubts about you unless you’re proving your worth in one of two ways: a body of work showing the depth and breadth of the value you can deliver, or the testimonials of people who have witnessed the manifestation of your value. If you are going to be your own hype man, you’ll need to be supremely confident. Ta

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05 Feb
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

5 Ways to Use Social Media to Land Your Dream Job

BY: CINDY KEAVENEY  Standing out as a top candidate can be difficult when your resume is one of several thousand being submitted online to the same job post. Fortunately, it isn’t impossible. In fact, job seekers have the very tools they need right at their fingertips. It’s all about social media. To stay one step ahead of the competition, use these tips to ramp up your social media presence and secure the job of your dreams: 1. Use Keywords LinkedIn is widely considered the most job-oriented social media site, and job seekers would do well

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04 Feb
2018

Rhomiela Diafante

Admin Assistant

Busting Tech Career Myths, Part 7: ’Tech Jobs Are Going Overseas’

BY: CHARLES EATON  A recent survey of 1000 teens in the 13-17 age bracket conducted by CompTIA found that most teens turn to teachers and career counselors at school for information about potential careers. The fact that most teens rely on interacting with people for direction about jobs is heartening in the Digital Age. The deluge of content without context that makes up much of the internet isn’t news; it’s noise. For that reason, having experienced, focused mentors to guide aspiring technologists is not only important, but

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01 Feb
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Ask an Honest HR Professional: How Can I Prove My Value Without Bragging?

BY: AMANDA STALLARD Dear HR Professional, In the office, I'm highly focused on my priorities and managing my time—rather than tooting my own horn. I thought this was a sign of independence, but now I'm realizing that my boss actually has no clue what I'm accomplishing. How do I make my results more visible to my boss without bragging? Signed, Bashful Bragger Dear Bashful Bragger, I love this question, because it is something so many professionals struggle with. It’s easy to think that your work should speak for itself, which makes it hard to

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01 Feb
2018

Tracey Clayton

administrator

Successful Networking 101

Networking is one of the best ways to get your business out there, especially if you’re aiming at local success. Many business owners aren’t really fans of networking, since they find it ineffective. But this is probably due to the fact that they don’t know how to network properly. When done right, interacting with other professionals can do wonders for your business. But how do you network successfully? Here are five beginner tips that are guaranteed to do the trick. Try to arrive early When attending networking events, chances are you’ll be tempted to arrive lat

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31 Jan
2018

Munish Sehli

Senior Search Consultant

Building a Real Estate Investment Team Is a Lot Like Hiring Freelancers

BY: MARTIN OREFICE   In real estate investment, you depend on a team of people: inspectors, real estate agents, plumbers, electricians, fumigators, painters, and handymen. At any given time, you might need all of these people, five of one kind, or none of any. It doesn’t make sense to put any of these people on payroll because the work you give them is intermittent. In a nutshell, building a real estate investment team is a lot like hiring freelancers. The issue with hiring freelancers is that you don’t control how often they take other projects and, in

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