Month in Review: April 2019
From how to not be a sell-out while selling to navigating the financial stages of life, check out some of our favorite articles on the blog from April.
In April, we shared many articles on the blog that focused specifically on protecting yourself and your business. Maintain your positive image, integrity, finances and more with advice from our experts.
How to not sell yourself out when you’re selling
You’re trying to land a sale, but that doesn’t have to mean becoming a sell-out. Don’t be a doormat or roll over like a puppy. The customer may not always be right—and there’s no self-esteem in that kind of selling. Keep your integrity in tact with these do’s and don’ts when it comes to selling.
Navigating the blurred lines between professional and private social media
Thanks to social media, everyone has a platform to project their thoughts, and people are connected across all aspects of life—from their old college roommate to critical business stakeholders. That means a lot of gray area between being personal and keeping it professional. Learn how to protect your brand’s image when everyone has a stage (and a megaphone).
Ensuring a drug-free workplace
Part of keeping your employees and business safe is ensuring people aren’t coming to work under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Here are warning signs to look out for, behaviors to monitor and steps to take to create a drug-free workplace.
Staying out of trouble with employment eligibility forms
With more focus than ever being put on immigration and citizenship, there's a renewed emphasis on I-9 compliance. We’ve got information for you about who needs an I-9, acceptable documents, common mistakes, how to correctly complete the forms and next steps. Here's what you need to know to stay on the right side of the law.
How to securely move through the financial stages of life
Do you know which financial stage of life you’re in? From your "Foundation Years" to your "Golden Years," it’s a long journey from working life to retirement life. Learn how to make the most out of each stage so that you're in the best financial position you can be when you exit your working life.
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