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How to Keep Employees Engaged When Working From Home

This is a guest post from Addison Shaw. Addison is a content editor for Better Buys, where she writes about all things software related, ranging from topics on BI, HRMS, LMS, and a few other software categories. When she’s not writing she loves curling up in her papasan chair with a glass of wine and Nintendo

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6 Tips for career counseling high school students

Choosing a future career path is an important choice for students, as it sets the tone for their studies and focus. Career choices and impact the future financial well-being of students, and repercussions usually resonate into emotional health and personal networks as well. As a career counselor, your job is to help high school students

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Why HR Assessments are Vital for the Philippines’ Growth

Every time an employee is hired, trained, evaluated or promoted, the organization is being rebuilt. Every employee is engaged in either moving the business forward or holding it back. Previously, it was believed that any reasonably intelligent person could, through training, be shaped into a productive employee. However, if this were true, companies would not

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Benefits of online learning and development for your team

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted businesses of all sizes all around the world. Many teams have shifted to working remotely, or not at all. During this time, it’s important to give your team the same learning and development opportunities to continue investing in their careers and performance. Although maximum productivity shouldn’t be demanded from

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5 Ways to deal with conflict in the workplace

This is a guest post from Jamie Costello. Jamie is a legal assistant based in Manchester, UK. The topics he writes about varies from business law to dispute resolution. He uses his knowledge from education and working alongside internal commercial litigations solicitors within his role to help collate his articles. Tension in the workplace is not

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Pros and cons of outsourcing your marketing department

Nobody can deny the power of marketing in the 21st century. After all, your company might be producing an amazing and one-of-a-kind product – but does it reach the customer? Correct marketing strategy allows you to offer the right product to the right people at the right time, but the development and implementation of that

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A guide to professional office communications

Every person understands the power of efficient communication and its impact on daily life and processes. The quality of communication impacts how well we resolve issues, establish relationships, network, and fit in the surrounding societies. At work, communication not only impacts the well-being of the employees but directly affects the quality of work. If people

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Quantifying the Unquantifiable: The Low Down on Soft Skills

This is a guest post from Sophie J. Parker. Sophie blogs over at Surehand, where industrial safety professionals can find their perfect job. It is her aim to help create a safer world, one inspector at a time. There’s a piece of advice anyone who’s ever looked for work or a promotion has heard at

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How to deal with underperformers

As a manager, you have a lot of processes to keep an eye on. Your success is not defined by your own work, but by the results of people you manage. And underperformers can significantly hurt the team’s results (and your own success). The dilemma of many managers out there is: should I fire underperformers

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5 Ways for new leaders to gain their teams’ trust

This is a guest post from Gemma Reeves. Gemma is a seasoned writer who enjoys creating helpful articles and interesting stories. She is also an entrepreneur who is engaged in assisting other aspiring entrepreneurs in finding the best office space for their business. Every leader wants to be respected by their peers and teams, especially

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