How Employers Get Creative With Hiring During Coronavirus Pandemic

There is little doubt that the world of work has been turned upside down by COVID-19. This is a pandemic that has touched every part of society. However, despite lockdowns and other restrictions, businesses are attempting to continue functioning. Alongside this, workers around the world have been involved in furlough schemes as well as maintaining […]

By Guest Writer | Business

Successful Leadership Tactics in a Time of Crisis

Something we commonly hear in motivational speaking, especially in the Western world, is that in Chinese the word for crisis consists of two characters – one represents “danger” and the other “opportunity”. Whether this is true or just a misperception as some linguists believe, we get two dimensions from it.  That in any crisis situation, […]

By Guest Writer | Leadership

How to Create a Productive Home Office

Working from home can either be the best or worst thing that happens to your professional career. The benefits are undeniable: the lack of a daily commute saves money on gas, you can cook all of your own meals, and you don’t have to wear office attire (but it’s recommended you avoid lounging around in […]

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10 Traits of a Bad Manager

Sometimes poor employee engagement is down to poor management. The frustration, stress, and unhappiness of dealing with lousy management can deteriorate engagement over time. There are usually specific patterns which you can spot, so if you recognize any of the patterns mentioned below, it is essential to act as fast as possible to change them. […]

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Servant Leadership and Empathy in Business Communication:

The best entrepreneurs are not just businessmen. They’re a lot more. There’s a fine line between being professional and being friendly at work. You don’t want to be seen as a shrewd boss, nor do you want to be too friendly and be taken advantage of. Yes, there is a whole concept of servant leadership, […]

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Managing Employees who Remote Work? No More So Tricky

Remote work, defined in a lay man’s terms, would mean working in a location other than a traditional office. So whether you are in your pyjamas in your sofa or in your shorts sunbathing on a beach, if you have a laptop, an internet connection and a telephone, you still can be a productive employee. […]

By Shweta Sharma | Management

Four Important Rules for Using CRM to Improve Your Relationships with Customers

You may be proud of the vast number of clients your business has – but, to put it bluntly, your clients could not care less. It doesn’t matter to them if you have five clients in your portfolio or fifty; they all expect the very best treatment. Thinly spreading a limited amount of care and […]

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Responsible asset management and disposal within the supply chain

Asset management can be one of the most intimidating of all processes that the modern business has to face; whilst accountancy and professional services have served well in asset management in years gone by, savvy businesses are now looking to ever more resourceful ways to ensure that their processes are working as efficiently as they […]

By admin | Operations

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