Ray Parker November 1, 2020 Usually, testers are responsible to identify all the mess created by developers in a system. No matter how experienced the developers are or how much effort they put in, there is hardly a chance to create software that is completely free from errors. Despite being equipped with a rich toolkit … Continue reading Why is Software Testing Considered a Tough Job?
Liz Kislik October 22, 2020 In many companies today, both employees and leaders are fearful about the future. It may not be clear which direction to take, how to get there, or how to get the resources you need — and that’s before considering whether you’ll get cooperation from your team. It’s not practical … Continue reading How to Help Your Team Plan Its Way Through a Tough Time
Susan Friesen — April 28, 2020 How to Start Selling Online More Effectively To call these “tough times” may be a bit of an understatement to you, or perhaps you’ve pivoted your marketing strategy nicely and aren’t negatively affected by the COVID-19 crisis. There’s no arguing this pandemic has led to increased internet traffic as … Continue reading 3 eCommerce Challenges & Solutions for Tough Times
Paul Keijzer — December 6, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer We all want happy-go-lucky, nice and jolly bosses. No one wants to work for a snob. More often than not employees quit because of the ineffectiveness of the leaders at an organization. It is especially when it comes to leadership skills that you look up to your … Continue reading 4 Powerful Reasons Why You Should Work for a Tough Boss
Shep Hyken — August 20, 2019 Follow @Hyken — August 20, 2019 I enjoy going to a baseball game. I live in St. Louis, and the fans of the St. Louis Cardinals are known throughout the sports world as being some of the best fans in all of baseball. Many fans remember Albert Pujols as … Continue reading Winning Decisions Are Sometimes Tough Decisions
Rick Goodman — December 17, 2018 Follow @DrRickGoodman — December 17, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Here’s a basic reality of human existence: Some days are better than others. It’s true of your personal life and it’s true of your business, too. Your team will have triumphs, even whole seasons of success—and, you’ll have times that … Continue reading Maintaining Morale in a Tough Season
Ingrid Catlin — October 22, 2018 Follow @blueingy — October 22, 2018 With the worker shortage rearing its ugly head in the U.S., businesses are increasingly challenged to keep their existing talent and fill empty roles. The shortage really is happening, and it’s likely due to become even more problematic. Earlier this year, the nation’s … Continue reading Worker Woes? 9 Tips for Retaining Employees in a Tough Market
There is a lot of data out there, but not everyone knows what to do with it. Contributor Evan Magliocca explains the process marketing teams can use to maximize data insights. Evan Magliocca on February 5, 2018 Capturing data isn’t hard, but figuring out how to use it is. Data is a tough topic … Continue reading Data is a tough topic for businesses, especially for retailers
Virginia Franco — October 1, 2017 Follow @VAFrancoResumes — October 1, 2017 niekverlaan / Pixabay For those looking to test the job search waters of seeking assistance in writing a resume, recent news reports are encouraging! Companies are adding jobs at a pace we haven’t seen in years, and private sector and small business hiring … Continue reading 3 Things Executives Must Do to Differentiate Themselves When Job Hunting in the Face of Tough Competition
Paul Keijzer — September 7, 2017 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — September 7, 2017 KeithJJ / Pixabay Every now and then you’ll get the opportunity (or misfortune) to work with a tough leader. They may be brilliant and geniuses, but their management style leaves the best of their team members burned out and beaten down. They’ll go … Continue reading Are Tough Leaders Really That Effective?