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Remote jobs are not only trendy and more flexible than the 9-5 job, they have many more positive attributes in today’s technological world. Gone is the day that we are confined to the dismal cubicle with the only liberation in our day is the cute secretary that walks by or the mundane talk at the water cooler. Working remotely makes sense in so many ways other than the ability to roll out of bed and walk over to the computer without stepping foot outside. Fiscally, the employer saves money on HR costs, Energy costs, employee commuting, and productivity with higher…

For some, the thought of remaining private and not involving a company in their property management sounds a lot more profitable than the alternative. However, there are some things that you should really take a look at before you cement your decision. A lot of people have been pleased with the results that a management company can achieve. Managing a property is no easy feat and if you think that you can do it by yourself, that’s respectable on its own. However, even if you are a skilled and experienced property manager, you can’t deny some of the advantages that…

This August, the Directors and CEOs Leadership Convention is celebrating its 40th year providing inspiration and guidance to the credit union movement. Board members and executives from credit unions across the country will be gathering in Las Vegas to hear from renowned leadership speakers like Tim Harrington and credit union experts like Andrew Downin and Lynn Heckler. This year, the convention will be tackling some of the biggest challenges facing credit unions today, including membership growth, marketing to Millennials, cybersecurity, FinTech, and the future of lending. There will also be plenty of exhibitors and vendors to learn from about new…

No enterprise is perfect. If your company is like most, it could probably operate in a more streamlined, efficient manner. Many leaders integrate the Japanese practice of kaizen, or continuous improvement, into their business operations, reasoning that practices and procedures can always improve. The question is: How does a business owner or executive translate the need for efficiency into action?   Much has been written about efficiency-enhancing management tactics. As a leader, it’s in your best interest—and your company’s—to craft a managerial style that consistently brings out the best in your teams and keeps big projects moving along on schedule.…

If you’re starting a small business or looking to expand your current business to a larger one, you don’t necessary have to fork out lots of money to buy new assets outright. You can hire larger space or offices to work in, and you can hire cars if this is a necessity for your business. For example, if you’re running a taxi service, a delivery company or a mobile service which requires a vehicle to get you from one place to another, hiring a car comes with lots of advantages. You don’t have a large amount to pay at the…