Business

How to Be a Fair Employer
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How to Be a Fair Employer

As a hiring manager or business owner, one of the most uncomfortable things that you will experience is having to fire an employee, but if they aren’t performing well and are causing disruptions in your business, then you need to think about what is best for your business. There will be times when your excuses and your efforts to try […]

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Checklist to Hiring Your First Employee
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Checklist to Hiring Your First Employee

For months you may have been single-handedly running your business, wearing every hat from CEO to receptionist to keep everything afloat. There comes a time in most business owners lives where it’s time to hire an employee to help to keep everything running smoothly. This is a milestone in itself, as it means that your business is successful and buoyant […]

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Career Advice: Making the Most of Your Commute
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Career Advice: Making the Most of Your Commute

Day by day, we make our way into work and endure the monotony of a daily commute. Long, tedious and the worst kind of social interaction to be experienced. However, does it have to be this way? The commute is a period of time which instead of being wasted could actually be used as a great way to improve yourself, […]

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What to Do Before You Start Your Start-Up Business
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What to Do Before You Start Your Start-Up Business

If you’ve got a great idea for a new business, your first instinct is probably to dive right in. Even if you’ve researched the markets and the potential for your products, you may not have done enough. Find out key things you should research before you launch your business. Determine Logistics Business rely on being able to get their products […]

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What Can We Do to Attract More Women Into STEM Careers?
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What Can We Do to Attract More Women Into STEM Careers?

The UK has the lowest amount of female STEM employees in comparison with the rest of Europe making up only 24% of the workforce1. Those numbers are slowly growing; however, an old-fashioned culture still prevails and needs to change before we see an increase of women happily staying in STEM. Allegra Santis, creative marketing specialist at Oak Intranet, is joined […]

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Top tips for improving your business’s HR processes
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Top tips for improving your business’s HR processes

Times are changing when it comes to managing how your company utilizes its Human Resources department, and you may even need these colleagues to play an active role in the future of your firm. Gone are the days of recruiters manning the phones, paper pushing or even posting print ads in the local newspapers, instead, the future of HR is […]

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Types of Academic Papers
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Types of Academic Papers

Academic writing aims to teach the student to express an opinion and generate ideas. Some of the works require deep research. For others, critical analysis of the material is crucial. It is important to understand how to produce a good essay, research paper or lab report. If you would like to write a successful academic paper, it is very important to […]

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5 Reasons Your Business Needs Cloud-Based ERP
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5 Reasons Your Business Needs Cloud-Based ERP

Competitiveness. It’s the watchword for businesses of any size, and in every industry. if you aren’t able to keep up, technology-wise and in every other way, your competitors and customers will leave you behind. Comprehensive Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) like Netsite ERP helps you manage your essential business functions like inventory control and customer service, seamlessly and from any location. […]

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Hiring a Company to Build a Wine Cellar
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Hiring a Company to Build a Wine Cellar

Are you very passionate about collecting wine? If this is the case, you should strongly consider having a wine cellar built that will adequately protect and store your collection. The storage of wine is something that you need to take very seriously. Otherwise, you will run the risk of your wine going bad and your investment being lost. This is […]

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Credit Repair Tips For First Time Homebuyers
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Credit Repair Tips For First Time Homebuyers

Carrying a bad credit with your finances can be a nuisance when obtaining your first house. First time home buyers usually have bad credit scores and even negative history, making it difficult for them to purchase a unit that has a reasonable interest rate. One of the most effective actions to take when buying new homes is to aim for […]

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