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Five Industries Struggling with Employee Burnout

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Employee churn rate seemed to be somewhat normal before the COVID-19 pandemic. People plugged along at their jobs. However, when the virus hit, people began to look at their priorities in new ways. Many chose to walk away from high-stress or low-paying jobs, ushering in what’s been dubbed “The

Actionable Strategies to Improve Local Customer Engagement in Orlando

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If you’re a local business in Orlando, you’ve probably realized by now that the internet is a vast opportunity. With so many people using it daily, there is potentially a lot of money to make in this digital world.  But how do you go about doing that? Well, if

How Employers Can Fend Off the Great Resignation Within Their Business

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You may have heard about the Great Resignation, where an unprecedented amount of people are quitting their jobs. Because of this incident, employers are trying to find ways to attract and retain top talent in their businesses. According to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover report from the U.S.

How Successful Teams Use Project Management Software

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Managing multiple projects can feel like juggling a few balls about to hit the ground. To keep all the balls in the waterfall, it is necessary to see the big picture, encompassing several interdependent initiatives, and at the same time manage the work on an individual project. Project management

How Do I Choose the Best Freelancers to Get the Job Done Right?

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The U.S. alone plays host to more than 33 million small businesses. Keeping those businesses afloat can soak up a monumental amount of time with many a small business owner clocking 50, 60, or more hours every week. Yet, despite putting in long hours, many small business owners struggle