Business Management Daily

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a crystal ball to see what each employee wants or doesn’t want? Unfortunately, crystal balls don’t exist. But all is not lost. Here are some surefire hints.

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Employee lawsuits are exploding nationwide in the past few years and manager mistakes are the cause of many of those lawsuits. That’s why it’s important to at least know the basics of employment law.

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You can create impressive self-directed PowerPoint presentations by learning four key skills involving shapes.

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Christy Crump, who has 25+ years of experience as an administrative professional, provides her top tips to diminish the fear of forgetting to record something important when taking minutes during a meeting.

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Performance reviews can bring stress to both sides of the table. However, with the right planning by supervisors, the meeting can be a productive, stress-free event.

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Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel teaches you the three components of a PowerPoint template and how to make them.

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A bad attitude that starts with one employee can quickly infect co-workers if you don’t rein it in. Here are the top 10 tips for confronting employees whose negative behavior has begun to affect the workplace.

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Maintaining a good working relationship with your boss involves structure and communication. Fred Kniggendorf, president of consulting company Gravyloaf, L.L.C., provides some strategies.

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As a manager, you have a legal responsibility to be on the lookout for misconduct. Here’s what’s considered sexual harassment in American workplaces and how to react if you see it or hear about it.

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Being focused, direct and intentional when debating will earn you respect and increase meeting effectiveness.

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