Type A Personality? Some Jobs for You to Consider

Type A personalities tend to be career- and goal-oriented. They are laser-focused on achieving goals and are considered risk takers. They’re often competitive, driven and controlling. While this can lead to stress, it can be channeled into avenues that can lead to success. If you have a type A personality, you will need to find the ideal career path that works best for your strengths

Prospecting for Success

It’s the rare business that doesn’t want to increase sales and thus increase profits. Of course the most obvious way to increase sales is to get more prospects.

How to use International Commerce to get your Business “Booming”

Untapped markets throughout the world are waiting for a product or service like yours. The problem is, you either don’t know they need what you have to offer and or you have no idea how to get it to the appropriate markets. While these are common barriers for entrepreneurs, they can be navigated with the right approach. Here is how to use international commerce to get your business booming.

5 Things Employers Wish You Knew Before Applying For a Job

Some maintain there has never been a wider gulf between employers and job candidates than there is right now. While this is debatable, there can be no doubt job hunting in the 21st century bears little to no resemblance to the job hunts of the previous century. The potential for misunderstanding between manager and future employee is high, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some things employers would like their candidates to know.

Fast Track: How to Streamline Your Hiring Process

If your company is struggling to hire new employees, it’s time to review your hiring processes and change some of your practices. A sluggish economy that is compounded by competitive candidate market means most companies need to speed up their hiring processes through strategic planning, better decision making, and implementing technological solutions.

Finding the Right Career Path with Your University Skills

Your university experience provided you with tangible work, knowledge, and skills you can use when applying for a job. If you took lab courses, add that experience to your resume as proof of your abilities to follow instructions and achieve results. Any research you did in school can help you secure a job that requires an ability to analyze and dissect information, which is most work. Your major can have a large impact on the job you ultimately choose. Use these tips for finding the right career for your skills and degree.

Creating Your Own Success with Innovative Ideas

If you’re green you’re growing if you’re ripe you’re rotting. That is to say, if you want to create a better future for yourself or your company, you need to continue innovating and growing… even if you’ve experienced some success in the past. Innovation isn’t easy and not every initiative will succeed, but it beats the alternative which is to become stale and eventually either stall or decline.

Business Organization: Ways to Track Inventory and Streamline Processes

The success of many businesses depends on how well inventory is tracked, organized and handled. Here are three proven ways to increase efficiency and profitability through better tracking inventory, reviewing data and streamline processes.

Creative Ways to Increase Employee Loyalty and Job Satisfaction

Happy employees will promote the company they work for, whereas disgruntled employees will only do sub-par work and may be inclined to steal from or defraud the company. Given these crucial points, it is important that business owners identify ways to increase employee loyalty.

Business Casual: Dress for Success

For many companies today, business casual is the norm. However, because it’s still important for all employees to project a professional image. Knowing what clothing works best as business casual can be an important factor in enhancing your career prospects. On the other hand, if you get it wrong you just might hurt your image […]