Erika Remmington

Guides (7):

6 Ways to Train and Educate New Hires
January 26, 2015
Nearly 22 percent of employees find new jobs within their first month of employment. This is why business owners must train and educate their workers. According to entrepreneurs, there are seven ways to train employees so that they can grow with a company.

Six Common Workplace Hazards All Business Owners Should Know About
October 14, 2014
If you are a business owner or manager, you have a lot of responsibilities to fulfill, and you likely wear a lot of hats. There is one area that many find easy to overlook, and that is employee safety. While we all find ways to take shortcuts to get the job done more quickly, your employees could be engaging in dangerous behaviors, and, if they get hurt, it could cost the company thousands of dollars as well as a hit on your reputation. There are six common workplace hazards that you should be aware of and take measures to prevent.

Shipping 101 Guide For Small Businesses
September 04, 2014
Imagine finally getting everything set up for your business only to discover you still have to arrange for shipping. If you're a small business owner, you may feel especially frustrated with the number of options that you have for shipping in addition to the number of smaller related tasks that need to be taken care of.

Bridging the Gap Between Home and Business Insurance
August 22, 2014
Do you plan to start or already run a business based from your home? Approximately 18 million Americans do-- but what 60% don't know is they are tempting fate on the future of their business every day.

Defining Business Casual: How To Do It Right
July 01, 2014
There can often be some confusion surrounding the style of dress that has become known as business casual. It can seem like the fine line between "dressed to the nines" and "ready for a barbecue at a friend's house." Dressing business casual does not have to be as daunting as it may seem. There are some simple tips to follow, for both men and women alike, to successfully dress business casual, and to look professional yet laid back all at once. Put together your business casual wardrobe by dressing yourself from head to toe.

Upgrading Your Personal Business: 5 Ways to Upgrade Without High Cost
May 13, 2014
Running a personal or small business can be very lucrative or expensive depending on how you may budget yourself. There are ways to upgrade that business with very low cost. An upgraded or improved business could mean improved revenue. Here are a few ideas to help you accomplish your goals without spending too much.

Improving your Business Image: 5 Steps to Making Your Office Space More Professional
April 04, 2014
Although few will admit it, supervisors and customers alike judge a business by its appearance. Cluttered, messy, or just plain dirty offices suggest that someone is unprofessional. If you want to maintain a reputation for professional, high quality work, a professional office space is a must. Read on for 5 tips to create a professional office space.



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