Four Most Frustrating Work Issues We All Deal With

By | Posted July 17th, 2012

Four Most Frustrating Work Issues We All Deal With

So, you’re angry a majority of your time in the workplace. You look at your personal life and realize that after work, you’re thrilled to be out of there. If this is the case and you’ve become overwhelmingly frustrated in your position at work, know you aren’t alone. Many face similar aggravations, but there are

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Six Ways Your Startup Company Can Save Money

By | Posted June 21st, 2012

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So, you finally got that big business idea that you’ve waited your entire working career for. Well, it’s time to start your own company and become that successful entrepreneur you’ve always dreamed of. But before you go making any big decisions or purchases, you should already be formulating ways to cut costs on the basics

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Beginner’s Guide to Business Travel

By | Posted June 14th, 2012

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If you’re about to embark on your first business trip, it’s normal for you to be both anxious and excited. Don’t let your nerves overwhelm you—preparation and knowledge are the keys to having a relatively stress-free corporate trip. So what is it you need to know? Here’s a look at some important tips that can

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Dust Collectors: Office Dinosaurs You Used to Love

By | Posted January 3rd, 2012

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The introduction of computers and Internet into the workplace completely transformed the way companies function. From the evolution of faxing to the switch from typewriters to laptops, this infographic explores how technology has revolutionized the office and opened up a new range of efficient possibilities. Using the electronic equivalents of the old-school dust collectors has

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Smartphones Mean Business

By | Posted December 2nd, 2011

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It wasn’t that long ago that RIM’s BlackBerry dominated the business phone market. However, the introduction of the iPhone and Google’s Android platform has revolutionized the smartphone market and the way businesses treat them. In fact, according to Mashable, nearly 50% of small business owners now use smartphones. Functioning as personal organizers and, even, personal

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