Activity monitoring software, or AMS, collects data on what your employees are doing while they're at work, including where they're spending their time and how often they access certain files or applications.
Deciding to rent out your home can be difficult at first. You may be out of doing it because you think it is too much effort. There are some truths to the rental nightmares that you've no doubt read about. These should be taken as a warning for your decisions from here on out.
His limitless determination and passion to build the real estate industry has taken him to towering heights of success.
Real estate extraordinaire Rudy Kusuma, CEO of Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty in California, began his career under the most humble of standards, cold-calling and knocking on doors. After getting his license in 2007, and having engaged in these grass-roots marketing efforts, he realized that realtors performing too many different jobs at once can often result in career burnout.
He is the head honcho of Greening Corporation, which thrives on the latest digital marketing solutions, focusing on law firms.
The year 2020 has seen unprecedented events in Canada and the world. The Covid-19 pandemic has certainly impacted society, forcing a worldwide economic slowdown. Law firms big and small have been dealing with the struggles presented by Covid-19. Some have put the future of big law firms into question. Fortunately, we have counseled with Diamond & Diamond senior partner, Jeremy Diamond for advice on how firms can move forward. Here's his tips for staying afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
HRs are responsible for a lot many operations rather than just hiring the talent.
When a customer decides who will get their business, one of the factors that will play a big part in their decision is professionalism. You may have the best products and offer competitive prices, but if your company doesn't act professionally, the decision may not play in your favor. Here are 4 ways to make your business look more professional.
A large portion of your revenue will likely come from credit card sales. It’s a part of the growth of just about every business you can think of. It’s because of how significant it is that it’s an understandable concern that business owners have about potentially getting a chargeback fee. Nonetheless, the more knowledge you have, the better you’ll be able to handle it. Here’s what you should know about chargeback fees and how to avoid them.
When an unexpected event or circumstance disrupts your life, it is common to react in panic and with haste. Whether the matter causes a short or long-term inconvenience, you’ll go to great lengths to resolve it quickly. In many cases, however, this results in a ton of ineffective financial decisions that lead to bigger problems down the road. The good news, however, is that there are steps you can take to keep a level head and make informed decisions in the midst of a financial crisis.
Developing a constructive, positive, and confident culture within the workplace has benefits that result in better employee relationships and productivity in company growth.
Your customers are the very reason your business is successful today. Outside of providing them with quality products and services, businesses should continue to find new and innovative ways to give thanks. A little appreciation goes a long way in improving customer satisfaction, building loyal customers, increasing your leads, while also building your brand’s awareness and reputation. Whether your company budget is large or small these customer appreciation ideas are sure to do the trick:
Some people avoid the sensitive topics of money management and how to handle money as it gives them anxiety to think about their financial situation. For example, for those who did not start saving early, do not want face the prospect of finding out they might not have enough saved for their retirement.
Instagram is a powerful marketing tool for companies and businesses. What is the best way to build a business profile on this social media platform?
The first goal of any business should be to generate enough revenue to cover its costs. The second objective is to have a profit left over. If a business reaches this point, it’s considered a success. However, what a business does with the money coming in - and how it balances that against the money going out - is the ultimate decider of whether or not it can be considered a thriving enterprise.