Employees Doing A Great Job? Give Them An Award To Show Your Appreciation

Posted on: 6 March 2017

If your employees are doing a great job for you, you should let them know how much you appreciate them. This will ensure they continue doing a good job for you and your company. One thing you can do is to give them an award. If you decide to do this, below are three types of awards you can choose from. Glass Award Glass awards are beautiful and classic. The company making the awards can design them into a variety of shapes.
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Yes, Even Solopreneurs Can Benefit from Using Temp Agencies

Posted on: 14 September 2016

When you run a single-person business, you have to do it all: make sales calls, collect on invoices, and calm angry clients, among other things. While this is probably the most cost-effective business setup, it can also be the most counterproductive and hinder your ability to grow. However, you can give your business a positive boost by making smart use of temp agencies. Here are two ways this option can help you.
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Tips for Creating Your Own Online Business

Posted on: 25 August 2016

With so many people looking for the freedom and flexibility of the online work environment, you may find yourself wondering how you can get involved as well. Before you give notice at your 9-to-5, you'll want to make sure that you have a viable business opportunity at home. In fact, you can even start working on your online business opportunity in the evenings if you want to grow the business before you actually leave your full-time job.
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4 Tips for Storing Holiday & Seasonal Decor

Posted on: 27 July 2016

A storage unit can solve many of your problems if you are trying to move the clutter out of your home. It is especially useful for storing seasonal décor items, whether it's the Christmas wreath or the summer lawn ornaments. Before tucking everything into storage, make sure your décor is properly prepared and packaged so it survives its time packed away safely. Tip #1: Remove batteries Some décor items, including light up or motion activated decorations, have batteries in them.
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