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How to Legally Implement Employee Monitoring Software

A good employer is one who always knows what is going on with his or her employees. After all, employees are what truly run a company, not anything else. And hence what an employee does is beyond important for a company.  In modern times, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what an employee is or is not doing. A ...

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The 12 Days of Christmas for Your Business

With holiday hustle and bustle in high gear, many business owners are winding down—carving out time for the annual office party and preparing for a smooth coast into 2014. Though distractions tend to be abnormally high, the month of December is a valuable time to plan for success in the new year.   Make the last few weeks of December ...

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Technology as the Ally of Information: Making IT a Priority

Technology is often an intimidating force within companies, rather than a source of enhanced productivity and improved morale among employees. The problem is that “technology” encompasses many things, some quite specialized, involving a separate form of communication and purpose that is foreign to most executives. In this regard, technology is the exclusive domain of a handful of experts, who are ...

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4 Tips to Ensure Your Email Marketing Avoids the Dreaded SPAM Folder

Email marketing campaigns are a great way to grow your customer base and generate substantial ROI. Of the available channels used to reach potential customers and current clients, from social media to cold calling, email marketing ranks at the top. In fact, studies show that “[e]mail averages a return on investment (ROI) of $40 for every $1 spent, far outstripping ...

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10 Startup Tips For Businesses In 2014

Today’s business environment is hyper competitive. You have to do everything you can to stand out and become visible to those who are looking for your products or services. When you establish your business, it’s important to think of all the big-picture aspects that go into your planning. How you organize from the beginning will impact the way that you ...

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Starting a new business? Avoid these common tax pitfalls

For many entrepreneurs, starting a new business can be intimidating, but extremely rewarding. However, many entrepreneurs and business owners are focused on so many different elements of the business that they overlook some simple steps that can save them money when it comes time to pay Uncle Sam. Here are some tips regarding the biggest tax mistakes entrepreneurs make, according ...

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Simplify and Clarify: Using Technology to Uncover Hidden Savings

Here is a simple question for every executive and business owner: What is your definition of technology, as a subject, and as a practical resource involving the way you run your company? The answer to that query reveals a wealth of information, from the way a business operates and manages the flow of information to how an organization collects and ...

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The Changing Role of Leaders to Mentors

Just when you think you’ve heard all the advice you can imagine about being an effective leader, I am here to tell you, you haven’t.  You see, leadership, as we know it, will become extinct. Instead, we’ll have mentors, whose sole purpose will be to help those they lead be successful. If you don’t believe me, consider this: Leaders continued ...

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International Leadership and Global Credibility: Finding Your Business Soul in Seoul

Executive leadership is not, as I remind my colleagues and friends, the exclusive domain of one city, country or currency. Indeed, an effective CEO has a global perspective with an appreciation for the economic events beyond the Americas: He or she values diversification, and understands that Asia – in all its dynamism, innovation, financial and political influence, and international significance ...

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The Positives and Negatives of Having a Business Partner

Managing the affairs of your own company is not always easy, and many times the challenges associated with doing so will prompt you to wonder if having a business partner could help the situation. Whether you’re thinking about founding a partnership from scratch or bringing a partner into a pre-existing business, the following list should help you weigh the advantages ...

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