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Business Practices

Jan 06

Taking Paper Checks? Back ‘Em Up!

Many businesses face the fact that their goods are not recoverable in the event of non-payment. So when they get an NSF check, it’s a near catastrophe. The goods are gone, the money is a no-show… [Insert painful stress headache here.] Check services can offer assistance when things go south. But they can also be …

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Dec 30

Practical Advice is the BEST Advice

We at C2C Resources love practical advice. Any idea or plan that’s too complicated or unreasonable or just too hard to do isn’t much good to anyone. When we work with our customers, we work to keep our action steps practical, reasonable, and easily implemented. Keeping things simple was the motivation behind our web-based software …

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Dec 10

Simple Tips for Staff Satisfaction

Managing personnel is challenging. People are complex and have individual needs, strengths, and weaknesses. However, there are a few things that a manager can do that will benefit everyone and help to create a more satisfying work environment. Make expectations clear More often than not, when people know what is expected of them, they’ll deliver. …

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Nov 05

Start Up Businesses: Humble Lessons from an Entrepreneur

It’s estimated that three-quarters of new start up businesses fail. This article on CNBC titled: A Serial Entrepreneur Shares a ‘Humbling’ Lesson written by Kelley Holland mentions some pitfalls to avoid.

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Oct 15

Ask These Questions to Measure Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Is your staff engaged? Do they exhibit a sense of pride or ownership of their job? Are they connected in a way that builds a sense of company loyalty? We’re not talking about performance. Employee engagement isn’t about performance at all. An entirely disengaged employee (someone who hates her job but still does …

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