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  • What happens to your job if you get sick? What about your wage? How will you pay your bills? These are all concerns which this article hopes to address by shedding some light on the topic of Sick Pay.

    Statutory Sick Pay and You

    Statutory Sick Pay and You

    by Kate0

  • Sitting postures to avoid back pain while sitting at a computer workstation or desk starts with an office ergonomic chair. Choosing the right office chair to lower pain is key to good posture for computer use. Lower your lower back pain from sitting while sitting by selecting a good office chair with a good back chair and by having good posture while sitting.

    Guidelines for Good Posture at a Computer Desk

    Guidelines for Good Posture at a Computer Desk

    by Kevin Languedoc41

  • Sick of meetings that seem to go nowhere, take too long, and end with more questions than answers? Learn how to hold successful meetings with colleagues to grow your productivity and potential.

    How to Make Meetings More Productive in Less Time

    How to Make Meetings More Productive in Less Time

    by Kierstin Gunsberg0

  • For many who are not working, determining how much they will receive or if they qualify for California unemployment is confusing. It does make a difference, at times, when you do file for it.

    How Unemployment is Determined in California

    How Unemployment is Determined in California

    by perrya0

  • Not all referrals are good referrals. Sometimes they can even have a negative impact on the referral giver or recipient. Discover networking tips on how to give a good referral.

    Networking Tips: How to Give a Good Referral

    Networking Tips: How to Give a Good Referral

    by Heidi Thorne8

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  • Trade show booths are a big investment. Yet many don't produce sales and waste marketing dollars. Discover several "don't let this happen to you" booth blunders and what they say about you.

    Trade Show Booths: What Does Yours Say About You

    Trade Show Booths: What Does Yours Say About You

    by Heidi Thorne10

  • Brand extension can provide more sales opportunities for successful brands. But this branding strategy could boomerang against a brand. Learn what brand extension is and how it's used in marketing.

    What Is Brand Extension?

    What Is Brand Extension?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • Recently, the behaviors of follower-subordinates began to be recognized as important to organizations as leaders and managers. This hub presents three models of effective followership.

    3 Top Models of Courageous Followership

    3 Top Models of Courageous Followership

    by ecoggins2

  • Are you leading a team of direct sales professionals? Sooner or later, you will find yourself navigating through a conflict. Use this article as a guide for a successful resolution.

    Conflict Resoultion for Direct Sales Leaders

    Conflict Resoultion for Direct Sales Leaders

    by Megan Swope2

  • There are some unwritten rules that new (even experienced!) networkers may violate without even realizing it. Learn what not to do at networking events.

    What Not to Do at Networking Events

    What Not to Do at Networking Events

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • Are you standing in your own way at work? Here are five signs that you could be doing things that hold you back from being promoted and taking on important leadership roles.

    Five Signs You're Sabotaging Yourself at Work

    Five Signs You're Sabotaging Yourself at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • If you're in a leadership position at work, you must learn how to delegate tasks to staff in a fair and effective manner otherwise you will be the one who gets overwhelmed and starts to underperform.

    How to Delegate Effectively at Work

    How to Delegate Effectively at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • My thoughts about a recent news story of a company micro-chipping employees. There are so many questions right now that do not seem to have good answers. Thoughts and questions to ponder.

    Now They Want to Microchip Employees - What Next?

    Now They Want to Microchip Employees - What Next?

    by KathyH6

  • Are you dealing with difficult personalities at work? Learn more about how to resolve conflict in the workplace using a collaborative framework.

    How to Resolve Conflict at Work

    How to Resolve Conflict at Work

    by Sally Hayes0

  • One thing we often see in internal auditing is each department is working within a silo, staying in their own little working bubble oblivious to what else is happening around them in the business.

    Bubbles and Silos in the Company Process

    Bubbles and Silos in the Company Process

    by Katrina McKenzie2

  • Here are eight entrepreneurial lessons I learned from one of Papua New Guinea's most successful businessmen, the founding father of the Lae Biscuit Group of companies.

    Tea Boy to Tycoon: Sir Henry Francis Chow

    Tea Boy to Tycoon: Sir Henry Francis Chow

    by Romney Charles Tabara0

  • Managing all of your responsibilities can be tricky. Whether trying to stay caught up with your household chores or planning your day at work, consider these 4 helpful tips to "seize your day!"

    Seize the Day: Four Ways to Rock Your Schedule

    Seize the Day: Four Ways to Rock Your Schedule

    by WynneGoodman0

  • Turning problems into opportunities is an over-worn business tip. This is all the more testing when confronted by clients who seem to string you along. What to do? Here are some fresh strategies.

    How Do You Really Deal With a Difficult Client?

    How Do You Really Deal With a Difficult Client?

    by Jonny Wills0

  • You’re in management now. You’re not sure about all the others working for you and they are not sure about you. Wouldn’t it be great to have an ally about the place? No. Here are 5 reasons why not!

    5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Employ Your Friends

    5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Employ Your Friends

    by lesley hayes0

  • The project management life cycle includes five high-level phases that account for all aspects of managing a project from beginning to end. This article takes a deep dive into each of those phases.

    What Is the Project Management Life Cycle?

    What Is the Project Management Life Cycle?

    by Max Dalton0

  • What are third party rights in contracts? When does a third party have obligations or rights per a contract?

    Third-Party Rights in Contracts

    Third-Party Rights in Contracts

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Navigating the requirements of workplace etiquette can be tricky enough, but handling an office crush is another topic altogether. Here's how and why you should deal with this common office dilemma.

    Bossy Britches: So Your Secretary is Cute, Now What?

    Bossy Britches: So Your Secretary is Cute, Now What?

    by Justin Best0

  • The State of Texas created jobs even during the Great Recession and these North Dallas communities performed even better. Economies are growing even ten years later.

    Business Climate and Economy in North Dallas

    Business Climate and Economy in North Dallas

    by Patty Inglish4

  • Women worldwide are saying, “me too.” We, as a civilization, have reached a tipping point. This makes me wonder: where is the “line” when it comes to sexual harassment?

    Sexual Harassment: Where Is "The Line?"

    Sexual Harassment: Where Is "The Line?"

    by Carolyn Fields0

  • What is networking as it relates to business? Many people have an "I know it when I see it" attitude about it. Networking principles, and how they differ from word of mouth, are discussed.

    What Is Networking?

    What Is Networking?

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • Do you have a business mobile app idea? If you're sure about its viability then it's time you get it developed. Read this article for the top things you need to consider when creating a business app.

    Top Things to Consider When Developing a Business App

    Top Things to Consider When Developing a Business App

    by Levy Tate0

  • Followup can be critical to achieving sales success. However, there is a fine line between following up and fouling up which can turn customers off. Discover sales tips for ditching dead leads.

    Sales Tips: Are You Following Up or Fouling Up?

    Sales Tips: Are You Following Up or Fouling Up?

    by Heidi Thorne6

  • Six Sigma certification is good to have in a marketplace that values those with a proven ability to improve the bottom line and quality. How do you study for Six Sigma certification?

    How to Study for Six Sigma

    How to Study for Six Sigma

    by Tamara Wilhite5

  • I've had my PMP certification for four years, and I wrote this article to give other people an idea of the requirements and the work involved in passing the PMP exam.

    How to Get Your PMP Certification

    How to Get Your PMP Certification

    by Max Dalton2

  • Success in business is not about the end result but about who you are and what you do each day that gets you there.

    Seize Business Success

    Seize Business Success

    by James Goetz New Jersey0

  • A great project manager puts in the legwork early to give the project the greatest chance to succeed, and serves as a leader when problems come up to drive the project through completion.

    How to Be a Great Project Manager

    How to Be a Great Project Manager

    by Max Dalton0

  • A sound BPM methodology and automating with technology will put process ownership into your managers’ hands and cost savings onto your bottom line.

    5 Ways a Business Owner Can Reduce Costs

    5 Ways a Business Owner Can Reduce Costs

    by Steve Lauer0

  • Becoming a manager can be easy; becoming a leader is more complicated. Let's look at some common leadership anti-patterns (examples of what not to do) in an effort to avoid the common pitfalls.

    Common Leadership Anti-Patterns

    Common Leadership Anti-Patterns

    by Mike Shoemake0

  • Brainstorming is unique to human beings. It’s one way we unleash our creativity. Here are some tips to get the most out of your brainstorming session.

    How to Brainstorm

    How to Brainstorm

    by Carolyn Fields4

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  • This article discusses four of the key questions you should ask yourself before bringing a claim to the Employment Tribunal. Its goal is to help you decide if bringing a claim is right for you.

    Before Starting a Claim for Unfair Dismissal

    Before Starting a Claim for Unfair Dismissal

    by Kate2

  • In sales, reputation is everything. Once it is damaged, repairing it should be your top priority. It doesn't matter if it's your own reputation or your company's reputation. Guard it with your life!

    Dealing with a Bad Reputation

    Dealing with a Bad Reputation

    by Stephen Meadows4

  • A lot of people say they minister to people on their job. They use their workplace as a place to let others know about God. There is a proper way to do it without losing your job.

    How to Be a Christian on Your Job

    How to Be a Christian on Your Job

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • We spend the majority of our day at work, so it's only natural for it to become dull after a while. Discover ways to make your job more enjoyable while also preparing you for advancement.

    How to Prevent Burnout at Work

    How to Prevent Burnout at Work

    by Kieron Walker0

  • Good customer service is the key to success whether business is conducted online or in a store. Read on to learn key strategies and how small businesses actually have more leverage.

    How to Excel in a Small Business

    How to Excel in a Small Business

    by Catherine Tally10

  • This tutorial on how to create a Pareto chart in Minitab includes sample data to follow along with. Explore this straightforward explanation and a short analysis of the results.

    How to Create a Pareto Chart in Minitab 18

    How to Create a Pareto Chart in Minitab 18

    by Joshua Crowder0

  • Procrastination is a tough habit to break. Learn to become more time efficient by following these tips. Keep yourself organized by utilizing this time management checklist.

    Time Management Tips for Anyone

    Time Management Tips for Anyone

    by Joan Dragonfly0

  • Planning tools, recipes, templates, and easy invitations to make planning a potluck meal at work easy and effortless are just a few clicks away. Learn more about how to plan an office potluck party!

    How to Plan a Potluck Lunch at Work

    How to Plan a Potluck Lunch at Work

    by Sally Hayes3

  • Ethics in small business operations are an important component of continued growth and success. If you are thinking of starting an entrepreneurial adventure, this article is for you.

    Ethics for Small and Micro Business

    Ethics for Small and Micro Business

    by Nancy Owens0

  • Earning money on HubPages can be a joy, though it isn't for everyone (especially without an AdSense account). AdSense is one of the main ways to earn from HubPages, but you can sign up.

    How to Use HubPages and Make Money

    How to Use HubPages and Make Money

    by Phillip Grobler3

  • There is no worse feeling as a project manager than the moment you realize your project is failing. This article walks you through the steps to regain control and get your project back on track.

    What to Do When Your Project Gets Ugly

    What to Do When Your Project Gets Ugly

    by Max Dalton0

  • “I’m a professional.” Again, when one has to explain that they are, they probably are not. You don’t see a doctor and the first words thing they do is convince you they’re a “professional”, right?

    Identifying the Charlatan

    Identifying the Charlatan

    by Leigh Barrett1

  • There are a lot of genuine concerns to have when you bring a claim. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of myths out there that can muddy the waters and cause confusion and further stress.

    Do Employment Claims Always Go to Tribunal?

    Do Employment Claims Always Go to Tribunal?

    by Kate0

  • Whenever groups of women gather together, all too often a 'No Drama' warning is set off, and usually it's by one of our own.

    Women Gather To "No Drama" Warnings

    Women Gather To "No Drama" Warnings

    by Dayna Burnworth0

  • Qualities of a good teacher. What to look for in a mentor. Ideal qualities of a mentor. How to find a mentor. Mentorship is key to career success. Mentorship definition.

    What to Look for in a Mentor

    What to Look for in a Mentor

    by Colin Wattonville0

  • Virtual Assistant Customer Service deposit photos The best way to ensure growth for your virtual assistant business is to focus on your customer service. Yep it is true… Do you need to continue to market to grow your business? Yes….BUT ...

    Customer Service Vital for Growing Virtual Assistant Business

    Customer Service Vital for Growing Virtual Assistant Business

    by Laura Bastion0

  • Post-Millennials or Generation Z (kids born in 2000 and later) are entering the workforce. Their world bears little resemblance to what came before. What should we expect from these young employees?

    Generation Z and the Work World:  5 Trends to Watch

    Generation Z and the Work World: 5 Trends to Watch

    by FlourishAnyway81

  • Strong workplace leaders have mastered the art of giving meaningful feedback to their staff. Here are some tips on how to help you communicate effectively with an employee during a performance review.

    How to Give Feedback to Your Staff

    How to Give Feedback to Your Staff

    by Sally Hayes0

  • Millionaires will tell you to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. How does that pay off? Try these proven ways to increase your salary at work. They worked for me.

    Improving Your Earning Power - What Works

    Improving Your Earning Power - What Works

    by Peg Cole32

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