Business Management Daily

It’s only the beginning of a new year, and you’re probably already a bit overwhelmed. How will you regain control of your time and work toward increased productivity? The answer is to check your to-do list.

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As a manager, you know how important it is to use the correct employment terms with employees. Using the wrong terms can expose your company to expensive lawsuits. The top five “lightning rod” terms to avoid with employees:

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Track Changes is a Word feature that allows you to see exactly what was changed in a document by using a kind of markup notation. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel discusses the what, why and how of using this tool.

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Happy New Year! Make 2016 the year you start successfully managing your schedule. Here are five tips from time management expert Patricia Hutchings to help you stay on top of your work.

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Talking to employees about performance problems, attendance issues or an upcoming layoff can be difficult, but there are steps you can take to make those conversations easier. Here are four tips to help you.

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You’ve heard of SharePoint, but you’re not quite sure what it does and how it can help you. Simply put, SharePoint is a place to collaborate and share resources. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel explains how to use this program effectively.

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Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create a fully organized one-stop shop for all the PowerPoint slides you’ve created.

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When managers conduct job interviews, they walk a fine line. They have to be polite, assertive and aware of illegal questions. Here are the five most common mistakes managers make when conducting interviews.

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Is your experience trying to get Excel data into PowerPoint filled with frustration? Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel provides video tips.

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If you think about it, a project plan is really just a list of tasks. Put it in Excel, add start and due dates, and you have a means to easily and effectively track progress. Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to do that in this video.

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