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  • Payroll New Jersey, Unique Aspects of New Jersey Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    New Jersey payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • Payroll New Hampshire, Unique Aspects of New Hampshire Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    New Hampshire payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • Stop Taking Your Customers To Lunch  By : Allyson Lewis
    We explain seven ways to differentiate yourself from your competition. We suggest instead of taking your customers' to a restaurant, feed them in your environment so they "anchor" the experience to your business, not the restaurant. When you stop taking your customers to lunch, and you begin to feed
  • Ten Reasons for Offshore Outsourcing in India  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    Offshore outsourcing to India works. Here are a few reasons why...
  • Seafood Accessories, An Innovative Corporate Gift Idea  By : Shannon Linnen
    The sharing of gifts is a great concept which has been around for centuries. It allows for an opportunity to show one's appreciation for another's support or contributions. Gifts tend to be shared by people on predetermined occasions such as birthdays, anniversary of nuptials, Valentine's Day, and other such celebrations.
  • Payroll Nebraska, Unique Aspects of Nebraska Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    Nebraska payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • Payroll Montana, Unique Aspects of Montana Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    Montana payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • Offshore Outsourcing Has Risks  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    Offshore outsourcing has proven to be an effective method for firms to increase profitability and to stay competitive in the global marketplace. Yet, with these gains one must address and manage the risks involved to be successful. The risks include cultural differences, communication, quality measurement, managing specifications, security, and organizational issues.
  • Global Outsourcing Helps Service Sector Firms  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    Global outsourcing has many benefits with cost reduction a frequent catalyst that causes firms to examine offshore options. This introspection encourages many firms to first look at their manufacturing locations and processes. While most types of manufacturing can be outsourced offshore, service and software industries have also benefited from offshore outsourcing.
  • Outsourcing Offshore to China - A Case Study  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    Outsourcing offshore to China works for Printronix, a company that for over 30 years has designed and manufactured a broad range of line matrix printers, ultra high frequency radio frequency identification (UHF-RFID) printers, thermal bar code label printers, and continuous forms laser printers. A market leader in the printing business, outsourcing allows Printronix a competitive cost advantage but also creates challenges in communication, lead times, and forecasting.
  • A Peek Into The World Of Hi-Tech Litigation Support  By : Karen Unger
    At the heart of any legal undertaking is the mass of data that legal professionals need to perform their jobs. The demanding task of acquiring and organizing the documents that comprise this data is known as litigation support. It's a task that requires a high level or organizational ability and a painstaking attention to detail. And with these documents increasingly in electronic form, litigation support professionals need IT skills as well as legal and organisational expertise.
  • The Hidden Costs in Offshore Outsourcing - A Case Study  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    Offshore outsourcing has become a critical manufacturing component of many US headquartered companies; this is largely due to the "perceived cost savings" touted by offshore outsourcing suppliers. This reduced hard cost-per-unit looks enticing; however, offshore outsourcing has many hidden costs that can eat away the bottom line. Most firms learn about these hidden costs after they begin offshore outsourcing.
  • Outsourcing Decreases Time-to-Market - A Case Study  By : Dr. Joe Greco
    With product life cycles shortening and global competition increasing, manufacturers are increasingly turning to outsourcing as a means to speed up time-to-market, while also remaining cost competitive. No where is this more true than in the consumer electronics business.
  • Leadership Skills: Managing Meetings  By : CJ Williams
    In this article we look at how leaders should prepare for and manage meetings with the senior management team, in order to ensure that the meetings contribute positively to the organisation’s strategies.
  • How Sad Sacks in Newark Ohio Became the World's Best Salespeople  By : Timothy L. Drobnick Sr.
    This is not just a story, it is a true story. It is not just a story, it's a set of instructions that can awaken your amazing sales potential.
  • Managing Information To Support Strategic Planning  By : CJ Williams
    Relevant and accurate information is an essential foundation stone of successful strategic planning. In this article we look at the need for leaders to implement and manage an effective process which gathers data and information that supports and enhances the strategic decision making activity.
  • Brainstorm Options Before You Negotiate  By : John Bradley Jackson
    A common mistake is to go into a negotiation thinking that there is only one acceptable outcome: what you want. One of the best things you can do to prepare for a negotiation is to think about all the possible options that may exist for you and the other side.
  • Managing Change and Negative Repercussions  By : CJ Williams
    The following article offer guidance on the most common negative repercussions faced by the leaders of change, and end with recommendations for reducing the amount and the impact of these.
  • Corporate Karting for Team Building  By : Bill Wilson
    There is an often used saying that goes something the effect that "all work and no play makes for a dull person". Trite though the saying may have become, there nevertheless is a great deal of truth to the concept. In the end, there are benefits that can be realized to a business or a corporation when a bit of pleasure is mixed in with more routine work efforts.
  • How To Really Get The Competitive Advantage Over Your Competition  By : Tim-Knox
    One of the hot catchphrases being bounced around a lot in business these days is “competitive advantage.”One of the cool things about being an entrepreneur and business author and speaker is that I get to use all kinds of big words and phrases that make me sound much smarter than I am.
  • Strategic Planning And Resources  By : CJ Williams
    The article focuses on the need for resources to be available, as required, to meet the demands of the strategic plan.
  • Leading The Strategic Changes  By : CJ Williams
    This article is designed to provide guidance for executives, managers, and specialists, who are involved in leading the strategic direction of their organisations. In this article we consider the manner in which they should lead as the strategic plan is implemented and as it establishes new working practices and supports the reshaping of the organisational culture.
  • Don’t Let Stress Run You Out Of Business  By : Tim-Knox
    Stress is business is a common phenomenon and every entrepreneur must know how to handle it and grow with it.
  • Background Checks and Resume Verifications Protect Employers  By : Chris Robertson
    When employers forego background checks on prospective employees, their lack of foresight can come back to haunt them.
  • Making a Decision to Outsource: Driving Factors  By : Ralph Davis
    Offshore Outsourcing is rapidly changing the shape of the modern industry. It is important for companies not to underestimate the speed of this process and jump in to grab the opportunities and benefits it offers. This article intends to delve more deeply into the analysis of those driving factors that encourage companies to make a decision to outsource any part of its activities/tasks.
  • Management Gurus  By : CJ Williams
    This article is designed to introduce relatively unknown management gurus, and their ideas, to managers and professionals in all sectors, but is aimed particularly at providing reading suggestions for those who are studying management development courses or professional qualifications, by distance learning or in the classroom, in order to develop their careers.
  • 10 Ways to Manage Work Stress for Women  By : alexis
    Women are much more vulnerable and susceptible to workplace stress because of their varied roles.
  • Management Alert: Employee Crisis Affecting Profits  By : Joseph Skursky
    If you dig deep enough into any industry, companies with best practices in employee retention and development are characteristically the most competitive and most profitable. So why do those businesses who struggle to compete find it so difficult?
  • How to Write a ‘Killer’ Business Plan  By : Dr Sinner
    Writing a Business Plan can be a daunting task. However, committing time to writing an effective Plan can help improve your chances of success. In this article I give you some tips on how to write a ‘killer’ Business Plan!
  • Would You Pass The Dorothy Test?  By : Eric Garner
    How often do managers forget about the contributions made by those they take for granted? Here's a reminder.

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