MLR

Category: General Business

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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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The term “lean manufacturing” means different things to different people. However, it can generally be agreed upon that lean manufacturing represents a management philosophy that emphasizes the elimination or reduction of waste in order to increase company profitability.

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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.

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As the saying goes, “knowledge is power.” To derive valuable knowledge from your company’s operating data requires the development of an effective business intelligence (BI) program.

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Customer relations are key to your business. But as your company grows, so does the likelihood that you and other executives will lose touch with your clientele.