What to Do About Employees Who Post Their Resumes

What to Do About Employees Who Post Their Resumes - http://www.workforce.com Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Human Resources
From http://www.workforce.com 4075 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 25, 2008 2:23 am
What do you do when you see one of your employees has posted a résumé to a service like Monster or CareerBuilder? That depends on why they're posting. Read More

Copywriting: Letting the Creative Juices Flow

Copywriting: Letting the Creative Juices Flow - http://bluechipmarketingtips.com Avatar Posted by emd5005 under Self-Development
From http://bluechipmarketingtips.com 4077 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 24, 2008 7:33 pm
An interesting way to get yourself to get all of your ideas out before you go through the editing and revising process. Read More

10 Commandments of Negotiations

10 Commandments of Negotiations - http://www.thenegotiationguru.com Avatar Posted by jensthang under Management
From http://www.thenegotiationguru.com 4077 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 24, 2008 2:04 pm
The 10 commandments of negotiations here apply to every negotiator, deal maker, mediator, lawyer or simply anyone who's trying to negotiate something. To be real successful in negotiations, you need to invest and reinvest time to prepare ahead and adopt skills to help you improvise on the spot. Read More

7 Things Innovators Do That You Don't

7 Things Innovators Do That You Don't - http://open-source-innovation.com Avatar Posted by bradjennings under Self-Development
From http://open-source-innovation.com 4078 days ago
Made Hot by: thesmiths on March 22, 2008 4:39 am
What prevents you from being a great innovator? Not much. Innovators by and large aren't creative geniuses gifted with da Vinci-like talent. It's not what they ARE - it's what they DO. They do these seven things you most likely do not. Read More

The Upside of Recession

The Upside of Recession - http://www.businessweek.com Avatar Posted by TerryJackson under Strategy
From http://www.businessweek.com 4080 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 19, 2008 11:10 pm
Most businesses think now's the time to cut back and cower. Why not see it as an opportunity, the way the creators of some very big brands have? Read More
From the Page: "One of the things that I've been recommending to my marketing clients, and one of the things that I did for Marketing Ninja today, is to have a brainstorming session where you determine what you're going to write about and what you're going to say to your readers in the long run." Read More

Office romance on the rise

Office romance on the rise - http://www.reuters.com Avatar Posted by Jenny under Human Resources
From http://www.reuters.com 4087 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 19, 2008 3:08 am
If it seems like more people are flirting around the water cooler at your office these days, it may not be your imagination. Four out of 10 U.S. workers admit to being involved with another colleague at some point. But within a small business the possibility of increased tension and drama because of a tryst intensifies.

One of the problems for Read More

Small Business Credit Crunch Survival Kit

Small Business Credit Crunch Survival Kit - http://iandenny.blogspot.com Avatar Posted by iandenny under Strategy
From http://iandenny.blogspot.com 4082 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 18, 2008 7:56 pm
After going bust, and seeing the credit crunch on the horizon about to turn towards small business, here's a few tips for what to pack in your small business survival kit Read More
Many people aren't purely mercenary in their business dealings. They care about fairness -- and they should because doing so can maximize their profits. When people are fair minded, they don't need to waste time on elaborate negotiations or enter into complicated contracts to coordinate their marketing channel and maximize profitability, accordi Read More

Turning Your Small Business Into a Corporation

Turning Your Small Business Into a Corporation - http://www.usnews.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Legal
From http://www.usnews.com 4084 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 18, 2008 1:43 am
The most recent data show that only about half of self-employed people in the U.S. workforce run incorporated businesses. Entrepreneurs who fail to incorporate are making a huge mistake. Corporations have a much higher rate of success than sole proprietorships, even when it comes to small businesses. Incorporated small businesses outperform uninco Read More
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