You might be doing onboarding wrong.
“I quit” are two of the most commonly uttered words in the history of the j-o-b. The reason is that the average amount of time a person spends in a job in the U.S. is 4.2 years. That may seem like a long time (especially for a person that hates their job), but actually, that number has dropped drastically — turns out the average job tenure for someone 55 to 65 years old is more than a decade, according to Wallet Hacks, while today, people generally don't stick with a job for that long.
After dedicating so much of your time and energy to brainstorming name possibilities and narrowing your list down to just one name, you believe you’ve finally found the perfect business name. Or, at least, you think this name might be perfect.
When coming up with a name for your business, you need to get out of your head as the business owner and think beyond your own ideas. Don’t get us wrong — it’s a really good sign if you like the name and it’s even better if your team approves, but when all is said and done, it is most important that your target audience is interested in your brand name.
Graphic designers. We love them. Businesses can’t thrive without them.
Autodesk's Tom Wujec recently gave a TED Talk about how good graphic design clarifies complex ideas and makes us remember them. It takes training and talent to create designs that do this. In our digitally focused society, consumers are increasingly skimming web content in search of salient points before moving to the next thing. This means your corporate graphic imagery — those pictures that tell the world who you are — is more important than it’s ever been.
In today’s technology-focused world, the possibility of cybersecurity threats against businesses and their customers is higher than ever before. With the frequency and cost of data breaches rising every year, it's becoming more and more important that companies find ways to protect themselves and their employees.
2018 has been a varied, polarizing year, and our most popular blogs certainly reflect that.
From convincing a Hiring Manager you're the right one for the job to understanding millennials and being successful as a freelancer, these 18 most popular blogs of the year will help you start 2019 on the right foot.
If you’re wondering whether your business needs to hire a Marketing Manager, the answer is probably yes. Just asking the question is a sign it may be time. Here are other signs that indicate you’re ready.
A 2015 Gallup article spells out the problem: Only 30% of U.S. employees are engaged. Worldwide, only 13% of the workforce is engaged. This means the majority of employees aren’t fully contributing at work. This leads to lower productivity, higher absenteeism, higher safety incidents, and according to Gallup, more theft. Gallup also says that companies with engaged employees outperform competitors by 147%.
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