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Dan Rose

March 2, 2018 is National Employee Appreciation Day (always the first Friday in March) and while an all-expenses paid trip to the Caribbean is always nice, not many department budgets can handle that. Bonus checks for exceeding goals are good too, but research and countless interviews reveal that money is far down the list for motivating employees. So how do you show employee appreciation without…


Dan Rose

Because we all survived Valentine’s Day recently, this might be an appropriate time to discuss another matter of the heart. Another opportunity for you to fall in love. Most of us have been there. When this relationship started, you were so excited that your skin practically tingled. Every morning you bolted out of bed with enthusiasm to see your new love. Every night, you drifted…


Cameron Bishop

  If you’re like me, at some point in your career you worked at a company with a toxic culture. One of the reasons I stress the importance of communication throughout my company is because good things happen when people talk. This is especially true when your front-line workers feel comfortable bringing up problems and concerns with management. These employees often see problems and work…


Dan Rose

As an administrative assistant, you are a critical bridge between your bosses and your co-workers. In addition, the support you supply to management requires serious skills. Therefore, to succeed and advance, focus on sharpening the skills most valued by top executives. Without them, you’ll shortchange yourself and potentially miss out on important opportunities. Unfortunately, when it comes to admins, there is a misconception in the business…