Management

Managing a Hotel: Purchasing Hotel Supplies
By Marc Massey · 3 years ago
Procuring items for the hotel is an exciting and challenging job executed behind the scenes for the front-of-the-house operations. For the purposes of this article, we will outline items that are contractual in nature and ...
Wallace Associates: Senior Analyst: P&C and Life Insurance
By Denis Stanley · 3 years ago
Boston MA The Company Our client is an independent research and advisory firm focused on business, technology, and regulatory issues and their impact on the financial services industry. With expertise in banking, payments, wealth management, ...
Does Being Disorganized Make You Less Effective?
By Bill Treasurer · 3 years ago
An effective manager is an organized manager - because being organized reduces distractions and removes the unnecessary from your life. Sometimes "getting organized" is easier said than done, however. But if you can't keep your ...
5 Ways to Kill Employee Morale
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Making sure the company is running efficiently and effectively is more complicated than hiring qualified people and telling them what to do. Having an incredible staff to support and carry out your business’ goals will ...
Why Having a Public LinkedIn Profile is So Important
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Whether you’re considering new employment opportunities or not, LinkedIn is a fantastic tool to build your professional profile. Beyond the amazing job search benefits it provides, it can also put you in touch with professional ...
How To Get The Job Of Your Dreams In 4 Weekends
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Weekends are for relaxing but also for setting your career goals. Wouldn’t you like to start a new career path, one that is financially and emotionally rewarding, and do so in only 4 weekends? While ...
5 Steps to Gracefully Declining a Job Offer
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
After sending out what feels like hundreds of well written cover letters and resumes and going through multiple interviews, you receive a job offer. That is good news isn’t it? But what if you receive ...
6 Steps to Effectively Transition into a New Job
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Wouldn’t you agree that transitioning into a new job can be a lot to manage? Your first 90 days is critically important and is all about fitting into the company culture, learning new processes and ...
Qualities Hiring Managers Want Most
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Perhaps the most intimidating thing about searching for a new job is understanding what qualities hiring managers are looking for in potential employees. Fortunately, there are certain candidate qualities all hiring managers look for, regardless ...
Why Your Attrition Rate is So High
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
A great many managers find that they have to struggle to control their attrition rates. It seems that no matter what they do or who they hire, they have a hard time getting employees to ...
Is Hiring Seniority Worth the Money?
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
When I was growing up, I had this vision of corporate America being a conveyor belt of some kind. You graduate from college and hop on the belt, which symbolizes your career. I thought if ...
How to Choose Between Two Offers
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to be in the situation where two companies have both presented you with job offers, then you know that choosing between them can be difficult. Most candidates would make ...
Make The Most of Your Money
By Lisa Newton · 4 years ago
One of the biggest challenges which many young people face when stepping out into the big wide world, is that they’ve had little coaching or experience when learning how to deal with and manage money. ...
Bringing Parents Back Home
By Rodrick Holmes · 4 years ago
The 5 senses of Clear Office Communication As business owners it is very easy to get caught up in the go getter routine on our way to the top. Make sure to keep your most ...
5 Successful Career Growth Strategies
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Over the years I have learned a lot about achieving my own career goals. I have been extremely fortunate to work for and develop my own growth within some of the largest, most well-known and ...
The Wrong Way to Fire Someone
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Telling someone that they no longer have a source of income is probably one of the hardest parts of your job. But as a hiring manager, you know that sometimes the cost of keeping someone ...
9 Ways to Elevate Your Business Performance with Mind Mapping
By Joel Roberts · 4 years ago
To ensure greater productivity and increase the quality and level of business success, one must assure to have a team that strives for progress and implementation of innovative ideas. And businesses can look for more ...
How To Use LinkedIn As A Hiring Manager
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
LinkedIn is a professional networking site that every hiring manager should be a part of. The first step of using LinkedIn is that you should consider LinkedIn as your "White Pages". LinkedIn is designed to ...
6 Steps To Strong Company-Wide Communication
By Bill Treasurer · 4 years ago
Maintaining good communication with co-workers is something that each individual employee must be consistently working on, with the support of informed and involved leaders, of course. But creating an environment of effective communication is the ...
How do Entry Level Candidates Compete in the Interview?
By Angela Roberts · 4 years ago
Being a job seeker in this economy can be stressful; however being new to the job force brings even more stress! Every professional has been in your shoes and anyone who has looked for a ...