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Leadership in Business: How are servant leaders different?

 

It is somewhat self-descriptive when we talk about servant leaders. The title “Servant” gives some of it away. Servant Leaders ascribe to the idea of being a servant first. There are a few specific things that servant leaders do perhaps a little differently that distinguishes them.

Topics: HR Supervisor Training Leadership

Employee Recognition Ideas: The Power of Praise

The Power of Praise

 

Many business leaders struggle in coming up with employee recognition ideas yet it is essential when managing your staff. When employees feel that they and their work are valued and appreciated, their productivity rises and they are motivated to continue and improve on their outstanding work. Praise recognition in the workplace is essential in a “want to work here” environment. This also improves moral and loyalty amongst employees and managers.

Topics: HR Employee Coaching Leadership

Bookkeeping Tips: Sales Tax

In this weeks Bookkeeping tips article, we discuss the need to sharpen your skills in sales tax. As a seller of taxable products and services, collecting and remitting the correct amount of sales tax is critical. Audits can be brutal, and mistakes can be expensive.

Topics: Business Advice Bookkeeping

Back to the Basics: Respect & Inclusion in the Workplace

“Please, thank you, you’re welcome, excuse me, and I apologize”, these very simple but respectful words appear to be disappearing from the workplace. We are often so busy scurrying in and out of the workplace that we forget to use these simple courtesies.

Topics: Advice Diversity and Inclusion

Bookkeeping Tips: Make tracking your expenses easier in Quickbooks

QuickBooks is one of the easiest accounting software solutions designed for use by small and medium-sized companies. Here are a quick three bookkeeping tips to help make tracking your expenses and paperwork easier.

Topics: Accounting Quickbooks Best practices Bookkeeping