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It’s important to every organization to increase both productivity and revenue. Productivity means every employee is producing at peak levels and there are no gaps in areas that need to be covered. Revenue is the amount of money coming in from the sale of products and services. Both are crucial if an organization is going… Read more »

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The process of acquiring new knowledge doesn’t stop in school. It’s needed for many aspects of business life. Here are four reasons continuous learning is a good idea for managers. Keep on Top of Industry Trends Industry trends change continually, no matter what field and position you’re in. If you’re in corporate communications, information once… Read more »

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If you need to hire an employee, you may be wondering why it costs so much. Replacing an employee can cost up to 150 percent of their annual salary. But if you think about it, hiring consists of multiple tasks, all taking time away from the business productivity of people involved. Step by Step: The… Read more »

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Graham, Inc., specialists in professional staffing services for commercial and government sector positions across the country, has just launched an information-rich and visually stunning new website at www.grahaminc.com. The site opens with a splash page allowing users to easily navigate to one of the three primary services that Graham offers: consulting, public and private sector… Read more »

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Experience needed… Most hiring managers treat these two words as mandatory when creating job postings. And for many jobs, some kind of experience is needed: experience in the industry, experience in similar job positions, or experience with high-priority “soft skills” like communication and project management. But is it ever a good idea to hire under-experienced… Read more »

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Get Control of Your Time! one Reclaim lost minutes in your day. “What will happen if I don’t do this?” Ask yourself this question before starting any task. If your answer is “nothing,” don’t do it! Why waste your time? two Prevent interruptions. Schedule brief (10 or 20 minute) weekly meetings with your subordinates to… Read more »