Monthly Archives: December 2014

Looking Forward to a New Year

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As the year comes to an end, it’s a great time to take a retrospective look at how your business performed in the last 12 months. Below are a few quick questions to ponder before your holiday vacation begins. What were your biggest challenges? Where were your greatest areas of growth? What aspect of your

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Use social media to generate holiday buzz around your brand

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The holidays are noisy, and not just in the bustling-city, crowded-shopping-mall sense of the word. Advertisements and sale signs hang in shop windows, brightly colored billboards and loud commercials scream at consumers to come buy gifts at this store, or that mall. Advertisements assault the senses, with visual ads plastered on almost every flat surface

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4 Holiday Mistakes for Employers to Avoid

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Getting excited for the holiday season? So are your employees! Avoid stepping on any toes and keep the holidays a happy time by avoiding a few common mistakes. Expecting too much The holidays are a busy time for everyone, and demanding employees work during their days off just because it’s the “busy season” is going

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Holiday Do’s and Don’ts for Small Businesses

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The holidays are exciting but expensive for small businesses, whether you plan to throw a holiday party or give out the traditional 13th month’s pay. Follow these simple do’s and don’ts to avoid disaster and make the holidays enjoyable for everyone. DO Throw your holiday parties in the office, preferably a lunch that won’t cut

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Marketing Checklist for the Holidays

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The “ber” months are notorious for being the busiest time of the year for businesses. Consumers are searching markets for presents and holiday bonuses, and the price wars rage as “sale” signs hang in every other window. With so much competition, here’s a quick and easy checklist to follow to make sure your marketing team

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Assessing Career Satisfaction

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Career satisfaction relies on whether your career meets your needs. The points below can help you determine how well your job accommodates your lifestyle and personality in key areas, such as beliefs, income, and interests. What to Consider About Your Career The money: Does your job pay enough to sustain a good lifestyle? Are you

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Determining Job Fit

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What is Job Fit? “Based on identifying innate personality traits, abilities, and behaviors, assessing for job fit determines if a person CAN do a job, HOW they will do a job, and if they will ENJOY the position…Job fit outlines the unique job-related qualities that make a person productive.” – Aoife Gorey, Profiles International Job

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The ASEAN Integration:Expand Your Talent Base Across Borders in 3 Steps

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The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) shall be the goal of regional economic integration by 2015. AEC envisages the following key characteristics: (a) a single market and production base, (b) a highly competitive economic region, (c) a region of equitable economic development, and (d) a region fully integrated into the global economy. -ASEAN Economic Community, Association

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