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Ready to Switch to Time Clock Software?

Is your business still using pen and paper timesheets to track attendance? If so, you are falling behind your competitors and losing more money than you know in the process. Using pen and paper timesheets will cost you much more in the long run if you don't stay ahead...

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Increase Productivity Through Employee Respect

A workplace is a dynamic environment where employers and employees work side by side to achieve business goals. Employees are one of your greatest assets as they work around the clock for your business. If you want to attract and keep the best employees, then you must...

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Ways Leadership Can Address and Prevent Employee Burnout

There always has been, and still will be, stress and fatigue in every workplace. However, there is a difference between fatigue and “burnout.” According to a recent study, roughly two-thirds of full-time workers admit that they very often, if not always, feel burned...

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Cyber Threats Small Businesses Should Watch Out For in 2019

A lot of small business owners think that simply because they are a small business that they won’t experience any kind of cyber threat. While they are less likely to be targeted than big businesses, it doesn’t mean they aren’t vulnerable. The price small companies pay...

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Signs Your Employee Is Ready to Be a Manager

Delegation is an essential part of business and leadership in general. It’s just plain smart business; however, it has been shown that companies choose the wrong manager 82% of the time. That number is somewhat shocking since managers play a huge part in setting the...

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What Does it Mean to Pay in Arrears?

You may have come across the term “paid in arrears” while managing your small businesses finances or when talking to an accountant, but do you know what it means and how it could help your business? Having an in-depth understanding of how paid in arrears works is...

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19 Employee Appreciation Ideas Your Staff Will Love

There is one concept that will drastically reduce your employee turnover rate. What is this great business secret? It is actually a very simple thing – employee appreciation. A recent study conducted by CareerBuilder showed that 50% of employees reported that they...

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15 Low-Cost Ways To Grow Your Small Business

As a small business owner, it is always difficult to determine where income should be spent. A specifically difficult financial decision is to know what forms of advertising and growth strategies are worth your time and hard-earned money. Wasting money on an...

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7 Great Employee Retention Strategies

Unemployment levels are at a record low. While it is great for employees, it complicates matters for employers who are trying to retain their workforce. An estimated 3 million American leave their jobs monthly in search of better ones, and 31% of current employees...

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10 Team Leadership Skills Every Manager Should Have

Management and leadership are not synonymous. Managing relates to dealing with moving parts, and leadership relates to moving those parts in the right direction. A truly successful leader can bring a group of diverse people together and motivate them to move as one...

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