Allison Sakara

Are You Ready for Business in a Post-COVID-19 World?

How Your HVAC System Can Help Protect You, Your Employees and Your Customers By Allison Sakara The World Health Organization has determined that environmental factors such as poor indoor air quality, poor water quality, and noise pollution are detrimental to the overall health of the world’s population. The CDC Interim Guidance to Businesses and Employers recommends […]

Luz Uram

7 Signs Your Team Isn’t Ready for Change

By Liz Uram It was a typical Monday morning staff meeting. The team gathered in the conference room to hear the usual reminders from the manager about the importance of following procedures. The team listened politely but responded with silence when the manager asked if they had any questions. The following week the whole scene […]

Phillip Brand

Sales Professionals Take Responsibility

By Phillip Brand At a recent event, a group of salespeople were asking each other: “What do you mean when you say, sales is a profession and career?” This has come up many times as professional salespeople struggle with those in the business who do not take responsibility for their decisions. Clients appreciate a salesperson […]

Shelley Armato

The Top 5 Business Strategies Leaders Must Adopt During COVID-19

By Shelley Armato Entrepreneurs, business owners, and company leaders in every industry are living in a state of overwhelm right now. The rules of business have changed seemingly overnight, and many are struggling to adapt to the new normal of our current reality. The number of decisions business owners and leaders need to make daily […]

Mike Bivins

Effects Of Noise Pollution

It’s not just about your boss yelling at you. By Mike Bivins Noise: We think we can get used to it, but can we really? Consider: From where you are sitting (or standing) right now—listen and try to identify EVERYTHING you hear. A fan? An air conditioning unit? A laser printer? The coffee machine down […]

Jeremy Eskenazi

Three Ways to Select the Best Candidates Without In-Person Interviews

By Jeremy Eskenazi  The “candidate experience” is something you should be thinking of. It is what candidates see, feel, and perceive of an employer based on their interaction through the entire recruitment lifecycle from initial contact to onboarding (or even if they don’t get a job offer).  As you approach the candidate experience, if you […]

Kate Zabriskie

Connecting Through the Camera and Keyboard

10 Success Strategies for Managing Meetings in the Virtual World By Kate Zabriskie  As the world finds itself rapidly adopting virtual meetings, many people struggle while attempting to translate the in-person experience to an online format. Luckily, there are some tried and true actions neophytes can take to have their online gatherings running like clockwork. […]

Jill Johnson

9 Tips to Make Working Remotely Work for You and Your Employer

By Jill J. Johnson  The concept of remote working has been around for a long time. Many entrepreneurs have mastered the ability to work virtually, but it is often a major challenge for those who normally work in a busy office setting to shift to working outside their traditional office environment. Working remotely can feel […]

Will Caarson

Save 20 Percent (or More) on Heating, Cooling Bills

Top Five Energy Efficiency Upgrades for Your Business & Their Benefits By Will Caarson Any businessperson who wants to learn how to save money on their heating and cooling bills—and who doesn’t?—must familiarize themselves with the term, Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, (SEER) as part of an overall strategy to upgrade the energy efficiency of their […]

Ami Kassar

Securing Funding For Your Small Business

Busting the 3 Biggest Myths about the Small Business Administration  By Ami Kassar Given that politics are always a hot topic, you’ve likely heard plenty from both political parties about how government at all levels simply doesn’t work. That’s not a new complaint, and just about everyone can share a story about some government nightmare […]