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The small business sector is the backbone of the economy. They create jobs, provide income, and allow people to run their businesses in their communities. This is also true for IT companies as they create high-tech jobs that keep the economy competitive. It is often smaller IT businesses that contribute to the free flow of… Read More »

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Employee recognition promotes morale, increases productivity, and builds positive relationships. Praise for employee accomplishments reinforces quality performance, benefiting both the employee and the organization.  Globally, employee recognition is a $46 billion market. Statistics on employee recognition can help employers to better recognize and reward their employees. A recent survey found employee recognition was most important… Read More »

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For almost every business in the modern-day, the single most important aspect of the company is its web presence. Nearly every aspect of business has become fully integrated with the internet. It’s the easiest and fastest way to tap into the market regardless of whether that’s for marketing, delivery of services, or teleconferencing. And any… Read More »

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With the world discovering alternative ways to work without human contact, the work from home force is getting a facelift. Companies must cope with most non-essential workers completing their work at home. Amidst a pandemic, could your productivity working from home actually be better? An estimate by Upwork states that 1 in 4 Americans which… Read More »

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The cover letter is usually the first part of your application that a recruiter sees; it’s your first impression and your first chance to prove that you’re the right person for the job. Since it’s such an essential part of your application, it’s worth doing it right. I will say if you are sending your… Read More »

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Various fleets of vehicles depend on dispatch software and other tools to organize their routes and schedules. These tools are needed to streamline service. Fleets that aren’t using these types of software and depend on a multilayered system can find it hard to maintain a steady workflow. Due to this, more and more dispatch companies… Read More »

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Frauds and virus attacks are rising than other types of business crime. Regrettably, the entry barrier to this area is poor, with ransomware now being sold as a subscription service. Furthermore, the chances of being captured are too poor, implying that the threat of severe consequences is ineffective as a deterrent. Critical services and other… Read More »

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Whether you’re evaluating a starting salary or asking for a raise, negotiating your salary with an employer can be a complex and nerve-wracking situation. Negotiation is a discussion specifically to bring about a compromise, so it’s important to know what you want and your limits before you start. To negotiate a salary with an employer,… Read More »

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When an engineering manager asks you “do you have any questions?” Take this opportunity to show a genuine interest in the company and don’t be shy about it. It’s important to be prepared and have interview questions ready for engineering managers so you learn about each other and see if there is a culture, personality,… Read More »