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How to Make 2015 the Best Year of Your Career?
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How to Make 2015 the Best Year of Your Career?

People do job search and other random things, to help boost their careers in the best possible way. Some of these ways work and some do not. The year 2015, brings with it a number of prospects that you need to work upon to make them work for you as well. The question here is how you bank on this [...]

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Is Your Company Making the Right First Impression?
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Is Your Company Making the Right First Impression?

You never get a second chance to make a good first impression, so you need to make sure you get it right ahead of time.  Whether it’s consciously or unconsciously, everyone makes judgements about the competence, character, and professionalism of others based on their first impression.  And, just as you make judgements on other people, other people will make judgements [...]

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Toyota Etios Cross vs Maruti Suzuki Swift
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Toyota Etios Cross vs Maruti Suzuki Swift

The hatchback segment of the Indian automobile market is dominated by the brands the ‘Maruti Suzuki’ and the ‘Hyundai’. The Toyota Kirloskar Motors has the hatchback the Etios Liva in their portfolio. They have added the Etios Cross, a hatchback in May 2014 making the segment more competitive. The Maruti Suzuki Swift introduced in 2005 was refreshed in October 2014. [...]

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Start a Small Animation Business in 2015? Here’s How!
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Start a Small Animation Business in 2015? Here’s How!

Are you looking to start an animation business?  We take a look at some important things you have to keep in mind.  Before we get to that though, it is important to point out the challenges of starting your own business. A good example is the fact that you may no longer have your weekends to yourself like every other person, [...]

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How to Prevent Damage to Your Business During a Natural Disaster
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How to Prevent Damage to Your Business During a Natural Disaster

A natural disaster can strike at any time, and it can come unexpectedly. As a business owner, you should be able to protect your business and its facilities from damage that can be incurred during a natural disaster, but you may be not sure how to go about actually protecting your livelihood. If this is the case, continue reading to [...]

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Is Your Workplace Really Safe?
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Is Your Workplace Really Safe?

As a business owner, you want to be certain that your workplace is safe for all of your employees, as well as your customers and clients. This will help prevent accidents and injuries, as well as health conditions, that can lead to lawsuits. But how can you really be sure that your place of business is truly safe for everyone [...]

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Improve the Air Quality in Your Workplace
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Improve the Air Quality in Your Workplace

Maintaining a clean and healthy work environment is important for all of your employees, clients, and customers, no matter what industry you work within, what type of environment you work in, or what type of business you operate. Are you unsure of how exactly to improve the air quality in your workplace? Then continue reading to learn a few tips. [...]

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5 Things Every Owner Should Do to Protect a Business
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5 Things Every Owner Should Do to Protect a Business

As a business owner, you have a lot of think about. But one of the most important things to think about is how you’ll protect your business. Continue reading to learn five things that you need to consider in order to protect your company and keep it going for years to come, no matter what comes your way. Purchase the [...]

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Workplace Wellness Infographic
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Workplace Wellness Infographic

For many corporate offices, employee health is important for a variety of reasons. First of all, there’s the basic humanitarian concern of reducing health risks and mitigating health problems. In addition, employees tend to be more productive and efficient at what they do if they are in good health. For companies that offer healthcare insurance plans for employees, it’s in [...]

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Guide to Plan Your Strategy in Twitter
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Guide to Plan Your Strategy in Twitter

Normally a strategy contained in Twitter requires less work than in other social networks or a blog. The reason is the limitation of 140 characters per tweet. As a general rule remember that Twitter is not a social network to advertise your business 24/7. Users expect more. Therefore, a good measure is that 80% of the tweets must be relevant [...]

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