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Myranda Mondry|November 14, 2019

It’s time for construction to innovate—here are 5 ways to do it

In the last 50 years, the digital revolution has changed the world. It has opened markets, created new services and products, and developed economies. And the speed of technology has improved the industry across sectors. Innovations have made manufacturing cost-effective, productive, and sustainable. Most industries have engaged in massive change, thanks to new technology. But the […]

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Myranda Mondry|November 12, 2019

6 steps to an excellent offboarding process

How you welcome your new employees sets the tone for business and team growth. Overall, a positive, structured onboarding process contributes to new employee productivity and company loyalty in the long-term.That’s because first impressions are integral to the success of any relationship. And the employer-employee relationship is no exception.But what about final impressions? Your business’s […]

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Joseph Patterson|November 6, 2019

A quick and easy small business guide to workers’ compensation

If you’re confused by anything related to workers’ comp, you are not alone. A quick Google search brings up all sorts of related questions. Can workers’ comp be used to qualify for a mortgage? Can workers’ comp spy on you? Short answers: no and no. There are SO MANY searches related to workers’ comp. And that […]

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Myranda Mondry|November 5, 2019

7 time management tips to boost productivity in retail

To wear out an already worn-out cliche, time is money. Nowhere is this more critical than in the retail world where a multitude of factors is in play constantly. On the journey from production or acquisition to a sale, shortening timelines are the norm today. A shortened timeline could mean the difference between making a sale […]

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Joseph Patterson|October 31, 2019

Late paychecks: How to survive the scariest payroll horror story

What’s the scariest thing that’s ever happened to you at work? Maybe you’ve dealt with your fair share of nightmarish clients. Or you’ve held hellish meetings with your team. Perhaps your damp, dark, ghoulish space resembles more of a dungeon than an office.Arguably one of the scariest things that can happen to you at work […]

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Myranda Mondry|October 29, 2019

8 inventory management techniques for small businesses

Business moves too fast for slow processes. This is especially true in B2B and B2C e-commerce. If you’re focused on moving goods, it’s imperative that you apply inventory management techniques and best-in-class technology to keep up with the buyer’s pace. Managing inventory stock levels by passing around a piece of paper or an Excel spreadsheet […]

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Joseph Patterson|October 24, 2019

6 reasons everyone benefits from remote work opportunities

Employee retention is a hot topic these days. Just 3.5% of the country is “unemployed.” So companies must do all they can to keep great workers on the payroll, including offering benefits deemed “frivolous” or “non-productive.” Arguably, the king of these frivolous, non-productive benefits is the option to work remotely. And from a manager’s perspective, here’s […]

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Myranda Mondry|October 22, 2019

4 reasons customers don’t do business with you—and what to do about it

Consumers are creatures of their environment. They’re influenced by what they see and hear. And their experiences shape their behavior. In today’s world, those experiences often occur over a computer or smartphone. These new channels have changed our behaviors and expectations. As a result, modern digital consumers are always connected, have high expectations, and aren’t […]

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Myranda Mondry|October 18, 2019

6 inexpensive marketing ideas to help you achieve your goals

Marketing requires immense time and resources, which is why small businesses face such unique obstacles. They often don’t have the time or talent required to commit to ongoing marketing efforts. In fact, some top marketing challenges for small business owners include:Not enough leadsNot enough moneyNot enough timeSimply put, driving marketing results, like generating high-quality leads or […]

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Myranda Mondry|October 16, 2019

3 ways for retailers to prepare for a successful holiday season

November and December holiday retail sales will increase between 3.8% and 4.2% over 2018, predicts the National Retail Federation (NRF). But with competition coming from all sides and online shopping taking a big piece of the holiday spending pie, beating the competition will be as challenging as ever. Here are three ways every small retailer […]

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