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Business Etiquette for Requesting a Meeting

Business meetings are an unavoidable fact of corporate life. The Annenberg School of Communications at UCLA and the University of ...

Professional Dress Etiquette

Proper work attire varies depending on the job you do and the workplace culture, but certain rules apply to most professional situ...

How to Write the Best Employee Performance Appraisals

Employee performance appraisals are often viewed as a necessary evil by both supervisors and front-line workers. It's not pleasant...

How to Write a Resume Objective for a Non-Specific Job

While a resume complete with career objective shows that you want a specific position at a specific company, if you're sending out...

Ideas for Improving Employee Morale

Over time, the morale of any company's employees can drop, and this leads to lack of motivation to produce, according to HR World....

What Is the Importance of OSHA in the Workplace?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, was established in 1970 to encourage employees and employers to decrea...

How to Improve Employee Job Performance

If you want your employees to do better work, it's essential that you make them care about doing a good job. According to "HR...

Ideas for Employee Incentive Programs

The popular saying, "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care," should form the basis of an...

How to Accept a Job Offer

Accepting a job offer, verbally or in writing, obligates you ethically to cease your job search and withdrawal considerations from...

How to Find Your Employer Identification Number

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, issues employer identification numbers to all corporations and other businesses that hi...
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