Laura Spawn July 28, 2020 Employees want to be more than proverbial cogs in the machine. While they expect fair wages and benefits in exchange for their output, talents, and services, they also desire to be regarded as more than functionally required. One way businesses can acknowledge the value and contributions of their employees is … Continue reading How to Show Appreciation and Give Recognition to Employees in a Virtual Work Environment
Steve DiGioia — June 10, 2020 Give it away, give it away, give it away, now! No, I’m not talking about the song from the Red Hot Chili Peppers – even though that song is cool. I’m talking about how the butchers and bakers used to run their businesses years ago. I remember as a … Continue reading Give it Away, Give it Away, Give it Away, Now
Laura Krajewski — May 22, 2020 I have this friend — let’s call him Josh. He’d been at his job for a year, even though he didn’t love the work he was doing. The job offered Josh good pay, security and professional experience. But, ultimately, it wasn’t the kind of work he wanted to do … Continue reading The Strong Link Between Engagement, Retention, and Career Pathing: Examples of Employee Development Plans that Give your Contact Center Agents a Reason to Stay and Work Hard
Brian Basilico — May 14, 2020 Today I want to talk about business. I know you’re saying to yourself, “Self, doesn’t he always talk about business?” And the answer is, YES. Earlier this year, some businesses came to an abrupt stop. For those of us who are lucky enough to keep busy with work, chances … Continue reading Want More Business? Give 100% And Expect Nothing in Return
Entrepreneurial Dream Project Launches To Give Startups An Edge by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, May 5, 2020 Supermaker, a new school business media company that provides content and a community for startups and creators, has announced the launch of The Entrepreneurial Dream Project, which will benefit entrepreneurs who are building new businesses during COVID-19 that … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Dream Project Launches To Give Startups An Edge
Susan Gilbert — April 3, 2020 Today I have some resources to help you improve your business growth. Having the right tools in place can help you become more successful in the midst of economic turmoil due to unforeseen events in our world. There are many different ways you can plan and prepare for a … Continue reading Give Your Business a Boost in the Midst of Down Time with These 4 Tools
Veronica Krieg — March 21, 2020 The world we live in is demanding a remote workforce. And past trends show, as employees get more flexibility, they never want to give it back. Buffer’s State of Remote Work in 2020 report found that almost every employee who works remotely, a whopping 98%, want to continue remote … Continue reading How to Give Work from Home Call Center Agents the Support and Resources they Need to Keep Your Business Functioning at Its Best
Michael Flaherty — March 6, 2020 Back in September of 2019, Google announced that they are changing how websites and publishers should mark link attributes starting March 1, 2020. Some SEO experts across the web are panicking, while others believe nothing really will change. So what gives? Before we get into that, let’s go over … Continue reading Follow, Nofollow: Why You Should Give a Hoot About Link Attributes
Bruce Hakutizwi — January 2, 2020 Follow @BizForSaleUS More than ever, social responsibility is a character trait consumers look for when deciding whether or not to do business with a company. If you’re a small business owner in your community, ignoring this fact may very well result in your business being passed up for a … Continue reading How Can Your Small Business Give Back?
Why organizations are re-imagining the role and expectations of senior marketing leaders. Amy Gesenhues on December 17, 2019 The chief marketing officer role has had quite a ride this year, with many brands falling in — and out — of love with the C-level marketing position in 2019. Coca-Cola announced this week it was promoting … Continue reading Is it time to say good-bye to the CMO role or just give it a new acronym?