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14 May

Improve Communication At Work

Let’s face it; communication is one of the most important issues in the workplace. Good communication helps everyone in your team (and you) to feel heard and understood, resulting in a positive, encouraging and successful environment for everyone. In contrast, ineffective communication results in the opposite. Ideas fall flat due to non-compliance. You and your team feel frustrated, unrecognized, misunderstood, and declines in morality.

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14 Aug

How To Use Social Media As a Feedback Tool

When was the last time you phoned a business to leave feedback to them, or even just emailed them? Can’t you remember that? Well, you’re not on your own. Today’s customers turn to social media rather than letting businesses know exactly what they thought about their experience.

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14 Aug

How Does The Employer Benefit From The Employee Working From Home?

We are in the middle of a flexible revolution in the workplace. More staff than ever before are working remotely, and it is expected that 30% of the workforce will either be freelancers, outsourced or distant workers who spend much of their time working from home by 2020.

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14 Aug

How Does Micromanaging Harm Productivity?

Typically, micromanagement has an adverse connotation. Like bullies, micromanagers use their excessive attention to minute information to exert inappropriate impact over others through continual criticism and control.

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14 Aug

4 Benefits Of Live Chats

If you are reading this blog post, you already understand that live chat is a platform where you can chat directly with visitors on your website. However, what you may not be conscious of is precisely how live chat benefits your company compared to email, telephone help, instant messenger services and other communication platforms.

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14 Aug

5 Questions You Need to Ask in Employee Satisfaction Surveys

It is widely known that employees are much more likely to be happier, more engaged, and more productive when they are satisfied with their jobs. Because successful businesses are built on the backs of satisfied and motivated employees, organisations would seem like a no-brainer to care deeply about employee satisfaction.

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