advice

Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.

  • Damien Justus
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Effective Ways to Train New Employees

    Effective Ways to Train New Employees

    Although you may be pleased because you’ve found the perfect new hire to fill a pivotal role on your team, the selection process is only half the battle. In order for your new employee to acclimate to the workplace and successfully contribute to the group, it’s vital that he receives the proper training. With sufficient education, resources and leadership, your newest staff member will become a seasoned veteran in no time.
  • Robert Cordray
    Published a day ago
    Creating the Perfect Workplace Culture at Your Bike Shop

    Creating the Perfect Workplace Culture at Your Bike Shop

    A good bike shop can feel like a true community hub. Experienced cyclists give advice to new riders, people get repairs for their trusty bikes and prospective customers search for the perfect cycle to serve as their primary mode of transportation. A bike shop should be lively and exciting, with something to offer for everyone. That vibe can be damaged, however, if your store doesn't have good workplace culture.
  • Kevin
    Published 2 days ago
    6 Ways to Learn a Trade Without Going to College

    6 Ways to Learn a Trade Without Going to College

    A college education can be a rewarding experience for many people, but it isn’t for everyone. Some people may want to avoid accumulating debt. Others prefer a more hands-on learning experience. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways you can learn valuable job skills without a traditional college education.
  • Kris Kendall
    Published 3 days ago
    When to Use a Pen Name

    When to Use a Pen Name

    When I wrote my very first “book,” I had no idea whether or not a single person would buy it. What I did know is that under no circumstances did I want my mom or kids or neighbors to buy it. Not only was the content a bit too steamy for the average grandma next door, but it was also just controversial enough that I wasn’t sure how my employer or the kids’ teachers would respond.
  • Kelly Barcelos
    Published 5 days ago
    5 Reasons Business Should Prioritize Sales Recruitment

    5 Reasons Business Should Prioritize Sales Recruitment

    If hiring sales talent is not a part of your hiring strategies then you may face many interrelated issues that eventually cost your business in more ways than one. When you hire a mediocre sales team in the rush to fill your open positions, either you won’t get the desired returns or the new hires will realize this is not the right job for them and leave.
  • Evie Mills
    Published 5 days ago
    Five Strategies to Advance Your Writing Career
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 6 days ago
    3 Ways Tech Can Help Your Small Business

    3 Ways Tech Can Help Your Small Business

    When you run a small business, you want to do everything possible to give yourself a leg up. One of the best ways to improve your business and put it above the rest is to implement technology. Different tech can do wonders for your business and help it grow and thrive. Here are three ways tech can help your small business.
  • Niti Sharma
    Published 6 days ago
    Apply These Five Marketing Strategies for a Winning Startup

    Apply These Five Marketing Strategies for a Winning Startup

    A good marketing strategy is nothing but positioning. It’s all about how you sell the product. Regardless of whether you claim a startup or an established business, you should know the customers’ mindset. Dig into the avenue they use to find you and what they do to validate the credentials. If you can determine that, then you can always stay on their radar.
  • Andreas Bachtold
    Published 6 days ago
    6 Things Which Prevent You from Getting a Job

    6 Things Which Prevent You from Getting a Job

    The hunt for a new job is not at all an easy task. Sending off countless applications, then waiting patiently for an automated reply, going for interviews to explain each and every role you've exhibited since college, just to hear a rejection once again. Undoubtedly, this entire process is very exhausting and frustrating.
  • Pam Jannes
    Published 8 days ago
    Yes, Email Is Still Relevant — Here’s Why

    Yes, Email Is Still Relevant — Here’s Why

    As you click through dozens of emails, you may be thinking to yourself: “How are these emails effective if all I do is delete them?”
  • Monalisa Roy
    Published 8 days ago
    How to Be a Good Writer

    How to Be a Good Writer

    What characteristics do you think a person should have to be a good writer? Should he look like a dark twisted person who keeps it to himself, doesn’t talk much? Or should he be someone who is cheerful and happy so all his writings come out happy and refreshing? Or should he be someone who has a bad past which inspires him to write? Or should he belong to a particular race that has produced many good writers in their time? But do you really think that a person should possess certain qualities in order to be a good writer?
  • Alex Hayes
    Published 8 days ago
    Finding the Best Developer for Your Project: Upwork Hiring vs Working Directly

    Finding the Best Developer for Your Project: Upwork Hiring vs Working Directly

    Finding a developer can be hard today, but finding a skilled and experienced developer can be a real challenge. Although there were 23 million software developers in 2018 globally, the search and hiring processes are still time-consuming.