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How to effectively nurture and prune staff

The difference between success and failure could be the addition or subtraction of one employee. Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick tells you how to effectively nurture and prune staff.
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4 work habits you need to quit NOW

No matter how good you are at your job there's always room for improvement. Blogger Stephanie Reed has four work habits you need to quit now.
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3 ways cold calling can help your business grow

With so many outreach and communication options today it's easy to overlook one sales technique: Cold calling. Our newest blogger, Mike Sansone, tells you how this tried and true method can help your business grow.
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Extra pay period: Perk or problem?

Haven't started looking ahead to 2015? You should! For some the new year will bring a payroll irregularity that needs to be addressed. Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick offers her take on how to deal with this accounting perk/problem.
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6 ways to repurpose your old computer hardware

Do you have an old PC or laptop? Before you throw it away read Kim Geroge's blog. That old hardware may still be useful.
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Want more revenue, profits, and freedom? Start with a year end assessment

Want to set your business up for success in the new year? Blogger Jackie Nagel tells you why next year starts now.
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4 Steps to Calming Angry Customers

No one ever wants to read anything negative about their business online. But it will happen and how you handle it will help determine if your business sinks or swims. One of our newest bloggers Lisa Karl offers four tips that will help you keep your customer happy and hopefully coming back.
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5 telecom contract considerations

Signing a contract is never fun. So many sheets of paper and tiny, tiny print. But signing a telecom contract doesn't have to be stress inducing. Blogger Charles Borrell tells you why a contract may actually be good for your business and what five things you should consider before signing on the dotted line.
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5 ways your business can benefit from small business Saturday

More than 75 percent of shoppers say they'll spend the same or more money on Small Business Saturday as they did in 2013. Blogger Stephanie Reed has five suggestions she thinks will help your small business cash in this year.
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