It is often the case that young people do not know which career path they want to choose, they find themselves at a cross roads when they approach the end of their school career. Choosing a degree is probably the single most important choice that young people will have to make before they
A job as an electrician comes with many opportunities for moving up the career ladder and earning a hefty yearly income. This is a vocation that comes with a great deal of job security, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 20 percent job growth between 2012 and
When it comes to your health and that of your loved ones, genetics and lifestyle choices are only part of the picture. The safety of your environment and the quality of the health care that you have access to go a long way towards determining the length and quality of your life and the lives of those
Return on investment, better known as ROI. It’s a business term every U.S. high school economics course teaches. The formula for calculating ROI<span style="font-size
As you begin your new business you need to have protection in place just as you do for your home and personal vehicle. There’s always risk involved and when you can’t afford to pay large sums of money after an accident or unexpected event happens to your company, you must have insurance cover
In business, sometimes you just need more space. It could be that you have a temporary overstock that needs to be stored securely, or maybe there’s a one-off project that you’re working on that requires extending your facilities for the short term. Alternatively, you might be
How do you catapult your career path? What steps do you need to take to make sure you get to the top on the fast track? These are the questions on the lips of many aspiring ladder-climbers.
Climbing the corporate ladder takes focus and perseverance. It requires to you to be proactive in increasing
Ah, money. You’re a fickle thing. One day it seems like our bank accounts are overflowing with pounds and pennies, but a few meals out and a cinema ticket later, you just disappear.
But there are things us penniless families can do to increase our funds. From creating a budget to using
Are you the CEO or Director of a business that suffers from demotivated staff? If you’re unsure, be honest with yourself when reading the following questions:
Are your staff easily distracted?
Do they rarely exceed expectations?
Do you ever get the feeling that they see their job as a necessary evil?
You’ve worked hard to get your company off the ground, spent hours perfecting your business plan, secured a loan and invested in skills and equipment.
But what good is all this if nobody knows your company exists or what it can offer them?
Part of your budget inevitably has to be spent on marketing