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Are you checking the corporate volunteering box?

I hope not. Because if you’re treating this aspect of corporate philanthropy like an obligatory chore, you’re missing the point and probably not running a successful program either. Read More

Deciding When to Leave Your Day Job to Run a Small Business

Deciding When to Leave Your Day Job to Run a Small Business - http://dyernews.com Avatar Posted by jondyer under Self-Development
From http://dyernews.com 1464 days ago
Made Hot by: robinandy58 on May 29, 2016 11:08 am
When you're in the midst of growing a new business while still working at a nine-to-five job it can be hard to know exactly when it's time to go. Although the future is uncertain and you won't have as much stability, sometimes it's worth taking the plunge and diving head first into your own company Read More
Turnover is a complex problem for many organizations, but there are actionable steps you can take right now to reduce it. Read More
To help lessen the learning curve and avoid costly missteps, here are 10 team building secrets you can use right now to boost your business. Read More
You have to make sure that your employees are the ambassadors of the company. That’s the first thing I’ve learned. If people are really comfortable and happy with working with us – not only for the salary but just because they find it very nice to work here – and as long as we have that, that could Read More
Remote meetings can be terrible. They’re the “chores” of the workplace. Whether it’s technology crashing or a user not being able to connect, you’ve probably been in a video chat that you considered a total waste of time. On the upside, meetings are helpful for teams to stay connected, brainstorm, Read More
The job interview is perhaps the most critical part of the hiring process. It’s where employers gain information about an applicant’s experience, skills and abilities to make an informed decision regarding his suitability for the job. Read More
When you’re working between several different apps (project management, chat, help desk, etc), it can be tempting to do the important talking in direct messages and hide updates that would be useful for the whole team to know.

In an office, that’s like whispering vital information to someone in Read More
Interviews are nerve-racking. It’s important to give the right impression from the very beginning, by providing clear and well structured answers, but also by not asking the wrong questions. Here’s seven such queries that have the potential to scupper your chance of progressing any further towards Read More
In 2014, we revisited the topic, seeing that full-width menus with a greater number of products and featured images were en vogue.

So, what of 2016? Let's have a look. Read More
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