It's good to keep a check on your employees, but it's not good to spy on them. Learn the difference here!
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Whether you are pricing based on time and material or, better yet, flat rate, budgeting is the only way to arrive at what the right hourly price should be. Listen in to learn how to budget correctly!
Employee feedback is critical to your company's success. It's equally important that you truly listen to their feedback. Learn why!
It’s not your customer's job to understand your terminology and technology. It’s your job to help them understand. Learn how to speak to them in plain English!
How can you keep yourself, your staff, and your customers safe during the Covid-19 pandemic? Start by following these guidelines!
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