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A Guide to Environmental Issues in the Workplace
BY Sean Peek

Environmental issues in the workplace are a growing concern for companies, especially around employee health and safety. Here are five common environmental issues to address in your business.

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What to Say When People Ask What You Do for a Living
BY business.com editorial staff

You don't always have to give a literal answer. Instead, give them a more interesting answer that leads to a longer, more memorable conversation.

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Heavy Equipment Licensing: Everything You Need to Know
BY business.com editorial staff

Here's what you need to know about licensing your heavy equipment operators or becoming one yourself.

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Does Your Business Have a Battle Rhythm? Why You Need One
BY business.com editorial staff

Businesses can learn much from the key aspects of military battle rhythm.

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Professionalism: How Exceptional Leaders Maintain Composure and Why It's Important
BY business.com editorial staff

Leadership is something that is set by example.

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How do I write a business proposal to win over a new client?
QUESTION | BY King Solomon | 8 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/13/20

I am starting a moving company and I want to know how to write a proposal to submit to a construction company to be their major contact for moving and cleaning any of their newly constructed...

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Guide to Marketing Certifications
BY Max Freedman

These are some of the best marketing certifications available in 2020.

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What is the best time tracking software for a business with contract employees?
QUESTION | BY Kendra Steinmetz | 4 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/12/20

I work for a small consulting firm and am in the process of implementing a time tracking software for our contract employees to enter hours worked on specific projects. Because the number of...

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8 Tips for Effective Crisis Communications in the Workplace
BY business.com editorial staff

It's important to have a crisis communications plan in place before you need it.

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Leading Change in an Uncertain Time
BY Dr. Cindy McGovern

Prolonged disruption to business can be less damaging if business owners and managers keep their staff moving forward with encouragement and high expectations.

Advice
Do I need to hire CPA and Lawyer for my Food catering business, Single member LLC ?
QUESTION | BY Punam Su | 2 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/09/20

I am planning to start my Food catering business and using legalzoom to form LLC. My question is, do I need to hire CPA and Attorney/ lawyer for my start up? Is it essential? I do not have that much...

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4 Ways Leaders Can Empower Team Members Struggling With Change
BY Deborah Sweeney

Talk about opportunities for innovation with all team members.

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Leadership Tips for Managing a (New) Remote Team
BY Kiely Kuligowski

If you're suddenly managing your team remotely, these tips can help you communicate effectively, calm fears and keep your business running smoothly.

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The CEO's Approach to Evolving Business Industries
BY Moazzam Kamran

Recent events have led to a massive movement to socially distance and move toward digital platforms for both work and learning. Let's look at various sectors and ways to embrace their digital...

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19 Systems for Managing HR-Related Tasks
BY Scott Gerber

Entrepreneurs discuss some of the more effective HR systems and methods businesses can use.

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Congratulations, You’re a Leader – Now What?
BY Melissa Zehner

If you just got promoted and you're wondering what's next, here are five smart tactics that will help you become an excellent leader.

Advice
What are the potential business verticals can be started post Covid period?
QUESTION | BY Shibu George | 3 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/07/20

I want to venture into most potential business verticals during / after corona virus period. Please suggest. Thank you.

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A Strong Foundation: 5 Books to Read Before Starting Your Business
BY business.com editorial staff

An easier way of starting a business is to gather more knowledge and motivation. Here are five masterpieces that will help you.

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8 Ways to Handle Unsolicited Advice and Opinions
BY business.com editorial staff

Every leader receives unsolicited advice, but what is the best way to react to it?

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Do Results-Only Workplaces Really Work?
BY business.com editorial staff

The results-only work environment, or ROWE, is a management strategy designed to increase productivity while eliminating the arbitrary constraints of traditional workplaces.