Ideas for Providing Your Employees with the Resources They Need

If you’re an employer, you know the job market isn’t just about employees competing for top positions. Businesses are constantly competing for talented employees. Although a high wage or salary can attract employees initially, a solid pay rate alone won’t allow companies to keep them. Prospective employees look at a larger picture than just the job … Continue reading “Ideas for Providing Your Employees with the Resources They Need”

4 Best Practices: How to Deal With a Difficult Coworker

Whether you are working in the office or at home, you will have to deal with people. Unfortunately, not all the coworkers are easy to work with. Some situations can be so complicated that you might consider leaving your job. However, there are no hopeless situations, and we have outlined some tips on how to … Continue reading “4 Best Practices: How to Deal With a Difficult Coworker”

What to Do If You Suspect a Colleague Suffers From Substance Abuse?

You’ve suspected it for a while — you’ve been analyzing the proof behind your suspicions and coming to grips with the reality of the situation. You’re afraid your colleague is suffering from substance abuse. According to a recent study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), an estimated 70 percent of people … Continue reading “What to Do If You Suspect a Colleague Suffers From Substance Abuse?”

Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike

The ongoing debate of how different, yet remarkably alike, millennials and baby boomers are continues to intrigue everyone. What can folks in their fifties and sixties possibly have in common with twenty-somethings? There is common ground to be found between the two generations in many ways, such as caring about community, wanting to be respected, … Continue reading “Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike”

8 Tips to Gel in A New Team

We all fear transition of any kind. Whenever we face change, there is a fear that kicks in that we might fail. A typical example is transitioning from one role to the other. It can be a stressful transition getting into a new team and becoming successful. Sometimes, the lack of professional skills makes it … Continue reading “8 Tips to Gel in A New Team”

How to Fix A Toxic Work Atmosphere and Save Your Career

It’s going to happen at least once in your career, and probably several times: there’s somebody at work whose bad attitude and worse communication skills is dragging down your performance, your morale, and the results of you and your team. The sooner you learn how to deal with such a situation, the sooner you can … Continue reading “How to Fix A Toxic Work Atmosphere and Save Your Career”

From Bedroom To Office: How To Find The Perfect Business Location

One things for sure, there can come a time in your business life when working on your laptop from home or in your local coffee house is no longer going to cut it. It’s the dream for any entrepreneur to get their business off on the right foot. But, how do you find the perfect … Continue reading “From Bedroom To Office: How To Find The Perfect Business Location”

4 Things To Remember When Setting Up Your Home Office

With the number of perks that come with working from home, the significant increase in the number of people telecommuting in the U.S. over the years comes as no surprise. In contrast to the regular nine to five routine of working at the office, working from home gives you the freedom to choose when to … Continue reading “4 Things To Remember When Setting Up Your Home Office”