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8 Ways to Show That You Respect Employee Work Time

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Contributed by Dennis Hung

All employers want to have a good rapport with their employees. In order to achieve that, there needs to be respect. Respecting employees’ time is a key part of this as time is a valuable commodity at work. By respecting employees’ time, you help them work more efficiently, and you show them that you value the effort they put into their work. Here are eight ways to respect your employees’ time and help them work more efficiently.

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Content Marketing Expenses in the Marketing Budget

mareting expenses in the marketing budget

Contributed by Ashley Lipman

Content marketing is an important focus for modern businesses. Effective content can drive traffic and create conversions from relevant leads. As such, it’s no wonder that a significant portion of a startup’s marketing budget is allocated to content marketing.

While generally not as expensive as advertising, spending still needs to be monitored. Here are some ways to keep track of content marketing expenses, set metrics, and measure KPIs.

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7 Steps For Creating a Working Business Plan

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Contributed by Daniela McVicker

The difference between an entrepreneur who succeeds and one who doesn’t is often in the planning process. To get your startup off to a good start, you should create a step by step business plan. Think of a business plan as a road map. This road map will help you maintain your focus as you work as well as prove to investors that your business is a great idea.

There are plenty of templates which outline the most common business plan steps but, unfortunately, these don’t take your unique needs into consideration. There is no one size fits all solution when it comes to preparing a great business plan. Use the following seven steps as the framework for your business plan.

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9 Things to Consider When Dealing With an Employee Exit

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Contributed by Dennis Hung

Sometimes, through no fault of the employee, employers need to transition employees out of their company. Downsizing, bankruptcies, mergers, or buyouts can result in large scale employee exit. Employers should try and help these employees deal with the anxiety and other challenges brought on by the layoff because your company’s reputation depends on it. Employers who don’t support the needs of their exiting employees run the risk of getting bad reviews and bad press.

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4 Signs You Under Charge Clients and How to Fix It

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Freelancers often start out (and end) charging too little for their services. It’s easy to feel like you’re asking too much – especially when your fee is more than you yourself have ever paid for anything – but businesses have bigger budgets than most individuals have so it’s more likely that you under charge your clients than over charge them.

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