Business Management Daily is excited to announce that next week (Oct. 3-7) is the seventh annual HR Professionals Week. During this special event, the publishing company will be giving away gifts to help human resources professionals strengthen their skills and stay up to date with the latest employment laws. These resources are packed with the information you need to be the best at your job and ensure your organization is properly complying with the law.
There are a lot of moving parts to a business trip: air travel, hotel reservations, location logistics, and the list goes on. It gets especially complicated when the trip involves other people. Let OneNote coordinate it all.
Many boards struggle with learning the basics of Robert’s Rules of Order. During this video, Certified Speaking Professional Susan Leahy gives her top tips on mastering the three essential motions used in most meetings.
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.
One simple misstep in HR could cost your company hundreds, thousands or even millions of dollars. What are the biggest HR legal risks to be aware of?
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.
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.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel shows you how to create a fully organized one-stop shop for all the PowerPoint slides you’ve created.
Is your experience trying to get Excel data into PowerPoint filled with frustration? Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel provides video tips.
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.