A new year always brings new resolutions and decisions. This year is not an exception. Every year I try my best to provide the best results for the people I serve, while aim at my goals. As a compulsory overachiever I am, I try to make meet ends, while offer quality content and material to people needed the most.
With the price of commercial space so high, many businesses are preoccupied with how they can save space. They don’t want to shell out for bigger facilities or larger offices unless they absolutely have to. Any way to save on space is welcomed with open arms.
Today’s featured article is written by Rayanne Dany. Rayanne works as HR Manager for TAH. She is fond of technology and finds it as an efficient way to blend with her job. In addition, she likes spending time in blogging and social media. You can interact with her on Google Plus
Managing an employee’s productivity can indeed be a tricky task at hand. Many managers and supervisors use different tools and techniques to increase the performance of their workers. Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not.
The art of running a startup lies within your ability to find cheap work. Money is always an issue, but it’s incredibly important for a small business to invest wisely and one of the best ways to do that is to outsource work. By either hiring freelancers or consulting an outsourcing company, you’re effectively getting work you need to be done at a much lower price and with a greater attention to detail.
Today’s post is written by Aymeric Gaurat-Apellii
. Aymeric is a software consultant, programmer, blogger and the Founder of Weekplan
, a weekly planner web application. Read more about him here
Everyone has something to advise and talk about towards their path to success. Of course, everyone believes they have something to share which can really help individuals in any sphere of life. However making changes in your life is not the easiest things to do.
Staying consistent with those changes and you have successfully developed a habit. Do not get disheartened because these habits will make a change in your life steadily.
If, like so many of us, you started your business off as a one-man-band, providing a service or selling a product using wholly online resources, then you may feel at home surrounded by overflowing bins and empty takeaway containers. I’m not suggesting that you’re a particularly slobbish person, that’s just the kind of commitment it takes to get a venture off the ground! As you expand, however, it’s important to keep up certain standards of cleanliness. Here’s why…