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What to Do When One Employee Just Isn’t Cutting It (Part 2)

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Next, make sure each employee has a pre-determined set of duties, especially a list of “down-time” work that they can start on if you aren’t around to supervise once they finish other tasks. If you have three employees or a hundred, let each employee know exactly what is their duty in the company and help […]

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What to Do When One Employee Just Isn’t Cutting It (Part 1)

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So you’ve got a business, and its going well. You’ve put your heart and soul into helping it grow, and a few months ago you actually hired an employee. But that wasn’t too hard was it? He/she works right along side you so you don’t have to wonder about how many hours they worked, no […]

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Buying Business Software – The Secret No One Thinks About When Shopping (Part 2)

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Every day, people get stuck on the phone for hours with cut-rate technical support, often a price that exceeds that of the software itself. Email requests go unanswered for days on end and you feel that all hope is lost. Want to avoid this situation all-together? Never buy software unless it has a solid, professional […]

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Buying Business Software – The Secret No One Thinks About When Shopping (Part 1)

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You run a business and it’s growing…fast. You are getting busier and busier by the day and it feels like your time is spent constantly resolving issues and concerns. You have a computer and its working…hard. Your business is so dependent on your computer the power cable is starting to look like an umbilical cord. […]

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3 Common Mistakes When Choosing Small Business Software (Part 2)

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2) No Support or Expensive Support The software you will be using to run your small business will hold very important, time-sensitive information. Be it an invoice or payroll software, the slightest computer glitch can cause your employees to be upset, customers to request refunds, and most importantly, money to be lost. When a server […]

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3 Common Mistakes When Choosing Small Business Software (Part 3)

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3) Not Trying it Before You Buy What is the safest way to make sure you get the software you need with all the features your business demands? Download a demo BEFORE you buy! Nearly all software can be tried before you make a decision to purchase. If you don’t see a clear way to […]

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3 Common Mistakes When Choosing Small Business Software (Part 1)

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1) Not Seeing the Future Small business software can be tricky when it comes to buying different licenses. As your company grows, your software needs to be able to grow right along with it. Take a customer database for example. At first you have just a few clients, easily manageable with a small, free piece […]

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Need to Keep Track of Employee Hours? – Three Simple Options (Part 3)

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3) Time Cards and Sheets Yep, its old school, but there is one advantage to using time cards or an employee timesheet: cost. Time cards cost a whole lot of nothing, especially is you make them yourself. Downsides abound however, they are easy to lie on, you have to add up all the hours manually, […]

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Need to Keep Track of Employee Hours? – Three Simple Options (Part 2)

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2) Punch Clock Sure punch clocks are old fashioned, but that makes them an easy way for you to find an inexpensive, semi-automated way to track your employees hours. Searching online for a punch clock will yield a fair amount of results and doing a more in-depth search will lead you to some pretty good […]

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Need to Keep Track of Employee Hours? Three Simple Options (Part 1)

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1) Time Clock Software Its easy, its automated, and its worth every single penny of the investment. Even if you only have a few employees, adding up time sheets can be a hassle and can take up your valuable time. What better way then to let your employees clock in or out right from any […]

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