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Strategies for overcoming business setbacks By Hannah Massen We’ve all been there: one of your best clients leaves you for one of your competitors. The new product you thought everyone would love falls flat. Your sales fall short of your goals...
New spin on old interview questions 1. What makes you the most qualified candidate for this position? This is an important question for several reasons. The first and most obvious reason is that this question gives the interviewee the opportunity...
Are you heading back to the office, or is your remote work model here to stay? By Hannah Massen It’s no secret that the pandemic forced thousands of businesses across countries to close their doors, but as companies reopen at full...
How one of the Lowcountry's top recruiters finds top talent By Leslie T. Snadowsky Looking for a job as a kayak nature guide or a stand-up paddleboarder? At Outside Brands’ Outside Hilton Head, Human Resources Director Susan Edwards, PHR, SHRM-CP, is looking...
Traditional business management practices are still in style By Lucy Rosen 1. Setting team expectations “Setting proper team expectations and accountability has become one of the most impactful things to my business. Twice a month we bring all managers and executives together...
Letting someone go, legally. By Leslie T. Snadowsky “You’re fired!” It’s a succinct phrase that packs a lot of punch and possible legal liabilities. According to business immigration, labor and employment lawyer Melissa Azallion Kenny, a partner at regional law firm Burr &...
To be the best, anticipate what lies ahead Compiled by CoverWallet.com Facebook Groups Now that Facebook has brought Groups to the forefront, being active in targeted, high-quality groups help you connect with people who are looking for your services. You just have...
Advice from the email pros at Constant Contact While not much is changing in terms of how to use email marketing successfully, there are some things you should be aware of. It’s important to note that these changes aren’t specific...
Yes, you have to do them.  By Linda Klingman Everyone wants to know how they’re doing at work. That’s why performance reviews are important. Although feedback should be a daily and weekly discussion, a formal written review at least once every...
By Randi Busse Aim to impress. Whether it’s order number one, or order number twenty-one, make sure the product or service you provide is top quality. Don’t skimp. Never take your customers for granted. Customers are free to buy from another, and...