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Employers, Workplace

Keeping the Office Looking Spick and Span, Inside and Out

Your office space is what many of the potential clients or colleagues that enter it will judge your whole business/ work style on. It is one of the aspects of your job/ business that will make them decide to enter into business with you, or avoid you entirely.

Simply, your office space can either help your business, or it can hinder it. As I’ve stated previously, your work space can determine how your co-workers treat you as well. To ensure that it is very much the former, make sure to read on.

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Employers

Protecting Your Business from Digital Attacks

A lot of the news in today’s world is centered on data breaches and hackers stealing data. The threat posed by digital attacks on your company, brand or business is one that continues to grow, so you need to make sure you are taking proper steps to protect yourself.

If you think that you are never going to be the target of one of these attacks, you are mistaken as hackers go for anyone who looks like they may be an easy target. Here are a few ways that you can better protect your business from digital attacks.

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outsourcing
Employers

To Outsource or Not to Outsource?

Outsourcing is a popular way to save money for many types of business. It’s usually much cheaper for small and medium businesses to, for example, outsource their marketing than to hire their own marketing team.

It can make a lot of sense to look for outsourcing options if you need to expand your business without expanding your costs too much. But outsourcing isn’t always the right choice, so you have to think carefully about whether it’s the best thing to do.

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Optimizing your company's overfow
Employers

Optimising Your Company Workflow One Step at a Time

In this post, I want to really bring out the HR aspect of this blog based on certain things I’ve noticed over sometime and I hope it inspires you to bring out the very best in your company if you are in the management.

Businesses are often seen as slow, clunky and inefficient beasts that, while necessary in our everyday lives, are in need of a serious upgrade. But can you really teach an old business new tricks?

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Employers

Promoting Productivity: Encouraging your Employees to Aim High

*This is a collaborative post.

As an employer, productivity is a buzz word you’re likely to encounter on a daily basis. To get the best results, you want every person in your team to give their job their all, but how do you go about motivating your employees and encouraging them to aim high?

If you’re the boss, and you’re keen to boost morale, facilitate development and get everyone pulling towards the same goal, you’ve come to the right place.

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Moving on in business
Employers

When It’s Time To Move On In Business

*This is a collaborative post.

Business is tricky to conduct on a usual basis, even after a few years when you’re a pro at what you do. Surprises can come around every corner, and there’s no saying what markets will dip and when.

So trying to navigate through and around these, as well as emergencies that crop up in the form of business placement can get your head spinning. Moving on in business doesn’t have to mean you’re giving up on what you do, it can mean you’re out to grab bigger and better things.

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Inspiration, New Worker, Workplace

No Motivation to Go to Work? Find it Here (Easy Peasy!)

Everyone loves to talk about how they lack motivation on their jobs. Okay, not everyone, but almost everyone.

Sometimes, I think some workers have become so used to complaining  so much that they don’t realize that it’s become the norm. Like, one can even hear their thoughts.

In a previous article, I discussed how to discover if you lack motivation, because I was of the opinion that that was the first step to take. But, I also feel that inspiration has a way of influencing motivation.

That explains why I started out the inspiration category on the blog. I was of the opinion that we all need something or someone to inspire us to seek out the best in life, which of course, would include our jobs!

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New Worker, Workplace

How to Deal with a Co-worker that Interferes with your Work

This week has been somewhat eventful in many ways. I am also excited about the giveaway and can’t wait to reveal the winner pretty much soon. I’ve noticed an increase in blog visits but not much participation. Why?!! Get on board and join the giveaway as it closes in a few days. What are you waiting for? Participation is really easy and it’s a way to get some freebies! If you’d like to be a part of the giveaway, click here.

Oh, today’s the last day in March. I sure hope you had a great month! Wishing you the very best in April.

It can be a little bit difficult to work with a coworker who wouldn’t want you to do your job. I know you may be of the opinion that that’s good news for you. But, to a certain extent, you may also want to really carry out your assignments and prove that you are up to the task. You also don’t want to appear to be a lazy person to your boss: and whoever may be watching you! These things could also affect your performance at work. 

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Relaxation

5 Movies/ Drama Series every Worker should Watch

By now you know that I love watching movies. It just has this energy it gives me. I also enjoy reading a good book but I haven’t read any in a while. I intend to create more time to read more books anyway, but for now, I read articles online. I should read a book pretty much soon! Any ideas on a good book? Please let me know in the comment section.

I enjoy indoor activities, especially with the present weather. I love outdoor activities as well, but it’s just complicated like I wrote in a post about my confusion on being an introvert or extrovert.

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New Worker, Workplace

5 Simple Ways to Manage your Email Inbox

I was chatting with a friend several months ago on how it can be a chore to keep track of my emails. At some point I thought something was wrong somewhere, so I had to take a step back and work on better habits: sort, organize, and declutter.

It appears I’m not the only one who feels this way about emails. So I said to myself, “why not write a post on this?!”

Here we are, several months later! Oh well, at least I finally came down to writing a post on this topic.

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