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3 Sure Fire Ways To Help Your Employees Excel

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3 Sure Fire Ways To Help Your Employees Excel

Your employees are the cogs that make your entrepreneurial machine tick along smoothly. If one or more of those employees begins to feel undervalued or their morale is sapped, they can be less productive. When your entrepreneurial machine becomes less efficient, you may struggle as a venture to maximize your sales or expand your business. It’s crucial, as an employer, that you can help your employees excel. While funding, cash flow, and finances are important, neglect your staff team at your peril. Take a look at these three sure fire ways to...

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6 Reasons Why Shredding Your Documents Is Important

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6 Reasons Why Shredding Your Documents Is Important

Shred and forget it!  Whether it’s your own or your customers’ sensitive information, keeping the information secure is crucial. Keeping documents that are no longer needed and are not stored in a secure area poses a great threat to your identity and can result in a data breach. For this reason, you should let a shredding documents services company help you do away with the documents that you no longer require.  If you are ready to do some document cleaning, we will help you sort the essential documents you need from the ones you no longer...

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Why You Should Share Your Business Finances

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Why You Should Share Your Business Finances

Have you ever considered how to manage your business finances when you are running your own show? If there is one area that is most often outsourced, it’s finance. Finances are important to your business, and the better you run your financials, the more straightforward your business life will be. You need to give your incoming and outgoing attention your full attention, and you can better do that when you share the love with your finances. It may never have occurred to you to outsource for your business, but when it comes to money, you...

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How To Organize Your Business Space For Productivity

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How To Organize Your Business Space For Productivity

A neat and tidy business office space is vital to productivity. You need the outside and the inside to reflect the business. The initial opinion of your business begins outside. What does the car park space look like? Do you need road line marking? Do you need better lighting? New windows? Then, on the inside, you need to make sure the space is organised for all staff.  A tidy and organized office space has a significant impact on the organization’s function – the more properly the closet is arranged, the more efficient and fast...

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Branding Starts With Asking Questions About Your Business

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Branding Starts With Asking Questions About Your Business

Building a prominent brand is not an easy task and is done through a branding company. Questions need to be answered, such as: “What will my brand look like?” “How will my brand be perceived by others?” “How will it make people feel?” and “Will it penetrate my target audience?”These questions will arise as you begin to think about how to connect the products or services you sell to the target audiences you are trying to reach. Whether you are a start-up business or an existing business that...

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4 Effective Ways to Promote Workplace Safety

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4 Effective Ways to Promote Workplace Safety

Employees face several work-related injuries every year, from muscle injuries to tendonitis and severe nerve damage. As a result, human resource managers need to prioritize the creation of a safe working environment for personnel and equipment. Statistics have shown that out of 183 fatal workplace injuries in Australia, 40% were due to vehicle collision, while a combined 22% were due to falls from heights or injuries from falling objects. However, the cost of these accidents is borne mainly by employers, imposing a significant burden on...

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Re-Entering The Job Market With A Killer CV

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Re-Entering The Job Market With A Killer CV

In the current economic climate, jobs are few and far between to come by, so it is of extra importance that your CV stands out from the crowd and makes a lasting impression. CVs are crucial in gaining the job you want, whether this is with an accounting firm or a digital marketing agency, as they allow the employer to gain an initial and irreversible impression of you. It goes without saying that if your CV is bad then your chances of getting an interview alone aren’t great, therefore, it is vital that you produce an outstanding CV to give...

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Easy Chocolate Cupcakes with Peppermint Essential Oil

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Easy Chocolate Cupcakes with Peppermint Essential Oil

If you’re like me, you like baking but don’t have time to fuss with a recipe that’s complicated or that requires lots of clean up. For Christmas this year my husband surprised me with a Kenwood Chef mix master. I have wanted one of these for more than 20 years. So here is the first recipe that I made with my new mix master. This recipe is designed to make fairy cakes and is a recipe given to us by Jenny in Yarrawonga. I distinctly remember making these as a teenager, and they are pretty foolproof. They can be made by hand...

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How To Cut Costs For A Small Business

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How To Cut Costs For A Small Business

Running a small business is tough in more ways than one. Statistically, businesses are at their most vulnerable in the first three years; if you are at this stage right now, you might be feeling the pressure to pull through. Particularly during 2020 with the weight of the coronavirus pandemic on the world’s shoulders, it has been even harder for small business owners to do what is needed to stay afloat.  In this article you will find three established top tips on how to cut costs for your small business without compromising your company’s...

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Why Training is Important for Employee Engagement

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Why Training is Important for Employee Engagement

According to a Focus Australia survey, companies with excellent employee engagement record 4.5 times more revenue growth than others that ignore this principle. As a business owner, have you ever stopped to consider how well you engage your employees? It is crucial to know that your business’ success will depend largely on how well your workforce is integrated into your business culture and philosophy. When this approach is well developed, an organisation also sees increased productivity and staff motivation. Training is one of the most...

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