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The Best Software Tips for First-Time Business Owners

First-time business owners are at the forefront of their own personal adventure, but adventure also brings trial and error, along with the pressing challenges of running and organizing everyday tasks. Various software programs allow today’s business owners to remain detail-oriented and efficient, while still taking a hands-on approach to their ultimate dream. There are a wealth of products available to streamline processes. Deciding which products are best suited for your company is an ess...

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Employee Management: 3 Essential Interactions for Success

Employees are the most valuable asset of any business. Without engaged and motivated employees, businesses would not thrive. Management involves maximizing the potential and use of assets. Therefore, employee management is simply maximizing the potential and use of a company's employees. It seems cold, so to do it effectively a "people approach" must be utilized. Here are three critical interactions to facilitate robust employee management. Employee Selection Choosing the rig...

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How Can I Find More Work as a Lawyer?

The code of professional responsibility or conduct that governs the manner in which a lawyer may advertise his or her services provides some fairly tight restrictions marketing efforts. It can be difficult to find all the work that you want, whether you are a new lawyer or you have been established for a while and are looking for some freelance work. With this in mind, there are some strategies that you can utilize to find more work as a legal professional. Make Presentations Lawyers commo...

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4 Things Employers Should Look at Besides the Resume

When you need to hire new people, you want to hire the best people possible. But how do you find those people? Often, you can’t tell if someone is going to actually work out until you have seen them on the job, but there are some things you can do to give yourself a better chance of finding the right person. What Other People Say It can be annoying and time-consuming to contact references, but what a former co-worker or boss says about someone can tell you a lot about a person. No ma...

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Which Background Checks Should You Run on Potential Hires?

As an employer, you should be carefully screening the applicants who want to work for you. While it's important to read through their resume and cover letter, performing the right background checks can ensure that you’re only hiring the most qualified and trustworthy people for your team. There are many different types of employment background checks, but here are four to definitely consider running on potential hires: Criminal Background Check Criminal background checks can help...