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[2004-07-30] Hiring and Retaining Good Employees
Hiring good employees is not only important to business, it's essential. Employees are the heart and soul of a business; they are the mechanism that makes a business run; they are the breath of life that enables a business to be something more than an idea. A business cannot run unless someone (employees, in this case) is doing the work. Any intelligent business owner should want good employees.

[2004-07-26] Satisfied Employees, A Powerful Marketing Strategy
Even in today's still uncertain economic times, there are companies who are doing extraordinarily well. Why is it that some companies are thriving while others are barely making it? You can always blame the economy, but is that the only reason? The answer could be as simple as how respected and appreciated your staff feels.

[2004-07-22] Three Reasons To Host Your Own Teleconference
Top companies have been doing it for years.

[2004-07-19] Praise--A Powerful Tool for Enhancing Performance
Everyone wants to feel important. That is the highest need we all have. Making people feel important is an essential part of managing people yet sometimes as leaders, we forget this powerful tool we have at our disposal. How effective is your management style when it comes to handing out praise to those you manage? Look through this list and see how many ideas you are not using.

[2004-07-19] How To Find Job Satisfaction
Life is too short to work at a job that brings daily dissatisfaction. It doesn't matter what type of work you do. You owe it to yourself to find satisfaction with your work. If you are unhappy on the job, that unhappiness will spread to all part of your life. Unhappy workers make unhappy spouses, parents, and friends. Here are tips on how you can make your job a more satisfying experience and remove stress, unhappiness, and frustration from your job environment forever.

[2004-07-19] Don't Just Hire New Employees--Develop Them
Are you getting ready to add to your workforce? What steps have you taken to assure that these new hires will make a successful transition into your organization? New employees should be provided a fair opportunity to develop their skills and talents and remain on the payroll. Failure to do so could result in the loss of a potentially good employee, a waste of training dollars, or the threat of legal action from dismissals. Obviously, none of these are acceptable options for the progressive-minded company.

[2004-07-15] Now is the Time to Start Thinking About Income Management
At some point in each of our lives, we will be faced with a situation whereby we will have to provide for and manage our own income. For some people this happens sooner than it does for others. The self-employed, the disabled or those who are unfortunate to be laid off know what income management is all about. But for the majority, income management is a foreign concept. Yes, many of us have budgets and manage a checkbook, but these tasks are relatively easy compared to having to manage your own income.

[2004-07-01] Five Surefire Ways To Drive Your Competition Crazy
Taking an aggressive stance to your competition is not the most productive way of running a business. However, there are times when some people just get a little too cocky and need knocking down a peg or two. If you want to put an annoying competitor in his or her place then these tips are for you.

[2004-07-01] Great Telephone Skills
Having good telephone skills is crucial as the call may be the catalyst for a prospective sale or provide vital counseling for a member of public. However, since both parties may not see each other face-to-face, a telephone conversation may not lead to favourable results; on the flip side, it may lead to unintended misunderstanding.

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