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“I Will Teach You Excel: Master Excel, surpass your co-workers, and impress your boss!” by Joel Villar April 5, 2016   Ever get passed up for a promotion or pay increase and wonder, “Why didn’t I get it”? Ever wonder … Continued

Options beyond the business iPhone

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By Patrick Boberg   For some businesses and job roles, being in constant contact is paramount. It might be hard to stomach at first, but sales personnel, account executives, c-suite level employees, department heads, and many other positions are never … Continued

Should a company do exit interviews?

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By Melissa Walker   As your company grows, you may be trying to decide whether to conduct exit interviews to determine why an employee resigned from a position at your business. An employee exit interview isn’t necessarily an attempt to … Continued

How to blog without breaking copyright laws

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By Debbie Marshall   Creating complete, brand-new, never-been-posted-before content for each and every blog post is hard. Some would say it is impossible. After all, if you’re thinking about a topic right now, someone has probably already written about it. … Continued

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  Written for small businesses, self-employed individuals, employers, professionals, independent contractors, home businesses and Internet businesses, “Small Time Operator” is the most popular business start-up guide ever. In clear, easy-to-understand language, the author covers getting permits and licenses; how to … Continued

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