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Creating That “Small-Business Feeling” in a Major Enterprise

While big businesses have many advantages over small, local companies, there’s one thing that small businesses seem to have going for them—a close-knit, family-like work environment. This seems to come naturally for companies with relatively few employees, and many small-business owners take it for granted. However, that close-knit environment may have a major impact on […]

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The Top Office Design Trends for Startups in 2018

If you’re building a startup, the last thing you probably want to think about is office design trends. The design of your office should be close to the top of your list of things to consider. It’s the root of your office culture, reflects your brand, makes your employees more productive. Your office can even […]

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Why You Need to Make Employee Wellbeing a Priority

Chronic stress can lead to a variety of health complications and, more importantly for employers, the risk of burn out. A simple solution might be to let go of an employee who is going through such a problem. However, there are more pragmatic solutions out there. Mental health is becoming increasingly important in today’s society, […]

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4 Things to Help Make your Employees More Productive

The key to owning a successful business will primarily rest in having the best employees. Taking the time to find the right people to do the job for you is certain to be time well-spent. However, there are certain things you can do that may drastically increase the productivity of the people you employ. Here […]

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Preventing Employee Burnout and Keeping Productivity High

It starts out wonderfully. Your company hires a new employee, and they’re a superstar. They’re at work early, stay until projects are completed, give creative input and just are all around great at what they do. Then, something changes. They start lagging when it comes to finishing tasks, and their general interest and enthusiasm seems […]

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