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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.

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How to Define Decision Making Roles for Your Team
BY Matthew G.

Figuring out who on your team should be put in decision making roles is an important growth step.

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9 Rewards Sure to Motivate Your Employees
BY Usman Raza

Finding fun ways to reward your employees for their hard work is critical toward ensuring they don't look for jobs elsewhere.

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Your Open Office Didn't Work? 5 Better Ways to Boost Collaboration
BY Jason Myers

Open offices haven't necessarily improved communication and collaboration. True collaboration depends less on what your office looks like than on how it operates.

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How to Build a Strong Company Culture (Even When You All Work From Home)
BY Kunal Chandiramani

Your whole team may now work from home, but company culture is as vital as ever. If you maintain a culture of trust and empathy, it will strengthen the backbone of your company.

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How do I create a business plan for a home salon?
QUESTION | BY Crystal Harvey | 6 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 04/02/20

I am a licensed cosmetologist. I am looking to open a salon out of my home. However, I am having issues with business planning. How do I go about creating a business plan?

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Are You Entitled at Work? Why It Might Actually Be a Good Thing
BY business.com editorial staff

Younger workers are frequently mocked as “entitled.” But does entitlement provide the confidence needed to compete in the business world?

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Stress and Productivity: What the Numbers Say
BY business.com editorial staff

Stress is a necessity in life, and sometimes, it can be a good thing. But when there's too much of it, stress can be a monster.

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A Marketer's Guide to IAB Certifications
BY business.com editorial staff

Show employers and clients your expertise in online advertising sales and marketing

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Would You Hire Someone Who Didn't Go to College?
BY business.com editorial staff

How crucial is higher education in finding the right talent for your business?

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Will Four-Day Workweeks Boost Employee Productivity?
BY business.com editorial staff

Shortening the workweek isn't the answer to increasing productivity.

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Do you think a four-day work week is a good idea?
QUESTION | BY Bennett Conlin | 12 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 03/30/20

I've seen a lot of articles circling around about the benefits of a four-day work week, and I'm interested to hear the business.com community's thoughts on the idea. Would your business ever consider...

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Any recommendations for inexpensive conference calling and screen-sharing?
QUESTION | BY Jake Savin | 49 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 03/30/20

I've used UberConference, Google+ Hangouts, and Join.me, and all have their issues. UberConference's web UI is not good, it lacks flexibility for scheduling, and often has call quality issues....

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How can I increase the market share of my airlines?
QUESTION | BY Raghav Mundara | 1 ANSWERS | LAST ACTIVITY ON 03/26/20

I own a small airline that functions locally in Nepal. We are 3 partners and do not suffer from any communication gap or other problems between ourselves. We operate with 4 flights and fly locally...

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5 Areas Where Leaders Get Stuck and How to Avoid Them
BY Ken Gosnell

Being a leader isn't easy. Your team looks to you for guidance. Many leaders get caught up in these five areas, but luckily, these leadership pitfalls are easy to avoid.

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How to Identify, Address and Dissolve a Bad Partnership
BY business.com editorial staff

Understand the signs of a bad partnership before you take steps to end it.

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Does Interning Abroad Mean More Job Opportunities?
BY business.com editorial staff

Interning in college can boost your career chances. An internship in another country gives you even more of a competitive advantage.

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Fight Coronavirus Procrastination: How to Boost Your Productivity Working From Home
BY Daglar Cizmeci

In the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, many companies are forced to work from home, which can encourage procrastination. Let's explore a few tips to maintain productivity and focus at home.

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7 Tips for Managing Your Newly Remote Team
BY Tony Sherba

If your team is now working remotely, it might seem strange and unfamiliar. These seven tips can help you facilitate a happy and productive remote working environment.