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    August-2014
 
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Steering a company will be fraught with many serious challenges.

Two-thirds of finance chiefs expect no change in focus on green issues, survey shows.

Don't wait until a crisis to start a support program for staff overseas, report advises.

Doing what you enjoy may mean longer hours, lower pay, lack of healthcare benefits.

In confrontations at the office, a little civility goes a long way.

One provider lists three ways companies can bypass the traditional facsimile machine.

Five steps can make a training program measurable and profit-centered.

Workplace weight-loss chapters improve health and productivity, cut absenteeism and healthcare

Five ways to turn angry clients into happy ones.

Keeping records too briefly - or too long - invites legal trouble.

Here's how to tell whether you're in the right - or wrong - position and what to do about it.

Here's how to mount an effective, integrated marketing campaign.

Survey shows 44% of owners plan to add workers; many firms lack recruiting lures of healthcare, retirement plans.

No matter where you must fashion your office, maintain a business image.

Presenting six ways to create a culture of gratitude in your organization.

Ad Diner's selections include print, television, radio, billboards, direct mail and complete campaigns.

A career adviser lists tips for maximizing holiday networking to find work.

Internet strategy is essential to increasing a company's presence to customer base, and search-engine optimization can help.

Busy managers can use book's simple techniques for clearer exchanges of information.

Primer offers cost effective solutions for participation in this new channel.


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