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Lessons to Learn from Your Boss

Is there a boss that really sticks in your memory? In most cases, two kinds leave the most unforgettable marks: the amazing boss and the horrible one. The former may offer you critical corporate mentoring, whereas the latter made you realize the kind of boss you never want to become yourself. However, whether you had

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Brown Bag Lunches: A Fun Way to Keep Your Employees Engaged

If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to keep your employees engaged, look no further than brown bag lunches! These lunches are a great way to let your team members know you care and want them to succeed. Plus, they’re a great way to save money in the long run. Brown bag lunches

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Keeping Employees Engaged while Working from Home

It is no secret that the workforce is changing. With an increasing number of employees working remotely, managers struggle to find ways to keep their people engaged and productive. Suppose you’re one of them; you might be interested in knowing a few things about how to keep your employees happy and motivated while they’re working

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Here’s How to Promote Your Clothing Brand to Boost Sales

Branding yourself as an authority on your clothing line might sound like an easy task, but getting to the point where people are buying your products because of you is much more difficult than it sounds. For starters, you’ll need to get your name out there and make sure people know who you are and

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10 Email Marketing Tips for Insurance Agents

Are you looking for ways to improve your email marketing strategy? If so, you’re in luck. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about email marketing for insurance companies. We’ll cover topics such as how to create effective email campaigns, how to target your audience, and how to measure the success of

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Fresh Graduates Thriving in Their Careers During the Pandemic

If there’s anything that teaches us every day that nothing in life is defined, it is the ongoing pandemic. Since COVID-19 hurt the economy, the job market landscape came down with it. Fresh graduates no longer find themselves in several job interviews. Instead, they’re cooped up in their homes, weighing only a few job options.

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Why City Dwellers Should Take Nature Breaks

Living in a concrete jungle can be draining, even without realizing it. They say the city is where life is. Even then for some reason all the gray buildings, wet pavements, and neon signs don’t really scream “life”. Nobody was built to last to be away from mother nature for too long. But interestingly enough,

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Managing Workplace Hygiene

The last thing you want is your employees and associates working in a place full of clutter and distractions. You want and need them to be able to concentrate and work as efficiently as possible. To do that, you need to make sure that they have a good working environment. To be conducive, a workspace

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Preparing for the HR Challenges in the Post-pandemic Era

In 2020, amid stay-at-home mandates and travel bans, many roles had to adapt to the so-called new normal—and human resource (HR) professionals were no exception. HR leaders and employees had to be agile as they maneuvered the new world of work with little preparation time. This year, however, things are looking up. With more people

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Financial Interest: What Every Beginner Needs to Know

While the variety of techniques and methods available might make it seem daunting at times, the fact is that you don’t have to be a financial guru to be successful. But to quote business tycoon and philanthropist Warren Buffet, “Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” That said, it is important to understand the basics.

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