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Goals Every Business Should Set For A Successful 2019

“A goal without a plan is just a dream.” – Antoine de Saint Exupéry A new year provides your business with new opportunities to grow, innovate, and thrive. But what’s more important than the opportune moment is your preparation to seize it. It’s not enough to sit on your surfboard waiting – you have to […]

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How Great Managers Can Drive Employee Engagement

How Great Managers Can Drive Employee Engagement

What is your favorite employee engagement method? Does it involve giving them a special paycheck for their performance? If it does, you may want to reconsider your methods. While this may sound surprising, financial rewards are not as high on the list of effective employee engagement tools. Being happy with a job now depends on […]

4 Savvy Ways a Business Credit Card Can Help Restaurant Owners

Restaurateurs have plenty to think about from day to day. If you’re not making sure that your delivery comes in on time or that your wet bar stays stocked ahead of the Sunday brunch rush, maybe you’re finding a way to pay for a new stand mixer for your rockstar pastry chef. Keeping your business […]

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3 Reasons Why Predictive Scheduling Laws Are Good for Business

Predictive scheduling laws are state and city ordinances that require employers to provide shift workers with advance notice of their schedules.

How to Recruit, Hire, Motivate, Retain, and Reward Your Talent

How to Recruit, Hire, Motivate, Retain, and Reward Your Talent The three most important drivers that will make a business successful or unsuccessful are growth of revenue, control of costs, and management of talent. But if you manage the talent really well, your revenue and costs will fall into place almost automatical

3 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy and Hardworking

3 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy and Hardworking   While money doesn’t buy happiness, it certainly helps. But before you think all that your employees want is more money, think again. Beyond perks, employees need a sense of purpose and belonging if they’re going to commit to your company. If you’re looking for long-lasting […]

Get out and vote, small business owners tell employees

Get out and vote, small business owners tell employees NEW YORK (AP) — Reports of long lines for early voting persuaded Darlene Hollywood — she’s giving her 13 employees at Hollywood Public Relations the morning of Election Day off. “I don’t want people to feel they have to make a choice of, ‘I need to […]

Office Space Investments That Pay Off

Office space investments contribute to a more productive workforce and happier atmosphere for your business: 6 ideas you and your employees will love.

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Credibly Financial News Roundup for the Week of December 7, 2015

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Credibly sifts through hundreds of blogs and news alerts every day so you don’t have to. Here’s the financial news that caught our attention this week.