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7 Useful HR Management Tools For Your Business

HR management is an essential part of your business. Not only does HR help you find qualified candidates for job opportunities, but it can ensure you retain those valuable employees. While HR is possible with simple spreadsheets, HR management tools can help your HR team do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.  Best Tools for …

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5 Coding Languages Every Marketer Should Learn

You may not realize that coding can be a useful skill to learn outside of developer and programmer roles, but it can be a good idea for anyone filling any roll in an organization to learn. There are plenty of coding languages available to choose from, with various languages best suited for various tasks or programs. Here are five coding languages every marketer should learn.

Marketing Tips for Transitioning to Online Communications

The Coronavirus epidemic has upended businesses across the globe. As companies scramble to maintain a semblance of their previously bustling business activities, many have opted to shift as many of their operations to the cloud as possible.

If your company is attempting this transition to a remote work platform and online marketing strategy with little-to-no prior preparation, here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind to help things go as smoothly as possible in the weeks and months ahead.

The Role of Remote Workspaces for Marketing Leaders

Just how important are the spaces where we work? From the color temperature of your office’s lighting to the technology you use every day, the physical environments that you and your team work in can have massive effects on your employees’ productivity, engagement and overall wellbeing as they put in their 40 hours. As the …

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Finding the Balance Between Business Structure and Flexibility

Unfortunately, due to years of traditionalist thinking, few leaders know how to successfully balance flexibility and structure into their business operations. It is far easier to follow a “simplistic, outdated organizational model in which leaders dream up strategy, devise a corporate structure to support it, and install systems to make sure employees toe the line.”

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