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How to Promote Health and Wellness in your Organization 0

How to Promote Health and Wellness in your Organization

In the past few years, there has been an increasing focus on the topic of work-related stress and the negative impact it has on the physical and mental health of the employees. Stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 40% of all work-related ill health cases. It is a topic that employers cannot afford to ignore for much longer.

What it is like to work in Sales 0

What is it like to work in Sales?

When we think of what it’s like to work in sales, the first thing that comes to mind is persuasion. Although it is not an easy job, companies tend to hire people without any work experience and provide on-the-job-training.

8 Signs You'll Fit Their Company Culture 0

8 Signs You’ll Fit Their Company Culture

In the modern workplace, there is more emphasis on company culture than ever before. Both professionals and employers recognize that a positive culture fosters better communication, higher retention rates, and even greater productivity. In a recent study by CultureIQ, employees who work at companies with strong cultures report 20 percent higher rates of collaboration, along with more alignment between missions and values.

The Must-Have Tools to Run Your Business Like a Boss 0

The Must-Have Tools to Run a Successful Business

The key to running a successful business is to not let it run you. Your job — in addition to providing great value for your clients — is to make sure that operations, billing, HR, etc., are working like a well-oiled machine.
ClickTime has put together a list of tools and technology  to help you focus on the things that make your business successful and stay focused on your customers.

8 ways to stop overservicing your customers 0

8 Ways to Stop Over-Servicing Your Clients

When you start a new business, launch a new product, or work with a client of many years, it is easy to overpromise. Good service makes the customers happy, which means more business. However, saying “yes” to all of your customers’ wishes will only make you lose focus of your goals. You will allocate resources on activities that were not planned and that are not necessarily needed for your business development.