MLR

Category: General Business

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Just because a merger or acquisition is completed on paper doesn’t mean the transactions will be a success.

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You just finished typing a draft of an aggressive e-mail message explaining why you think your company’s strategic plan can — and will — destroy the competition.

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The debtors are trying to buy time, perhaps hoping that if they wait it out, you’ll no longer have the patience or desire to pursue the claims. They figure your company will ultimately write off the account as a bad debt.

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The prospect of wading through 100 resumes can intimidate even the toughest manager. Well, procrastinate no longer.

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Let’s say your firm is in the process of hiring a new administrative assistant. The final selection has come down to two candidates with similar qualifications.

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Winter can be a busy time for travel. Snowbirds try to escape the cold. Grandparents long to visit loved ones in distant cities. Jetsetters want to ring in the New Year in a memorable locale.

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In any company, making employees familiar with more than one job is critical to developing the business and dealing with the unexpected.

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In our mobile society, it’s rare to have firsthand knowledge of a new hire. And the days are gone when an employer would dare to hire an individual based solely on a grade point average and a transcript from a school or college.

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Women and men worry about different things at work. Differences in the way women and men react to and deal with management styles and workplace cultures can create on-the-job stress.

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Keeping top-notch employees in a high turnover field can be a real challenge.