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Why are Customer Reviews Important for a Business?

Managing a shipping business properly and delivering packages in a timely fashion will always reflect well with your clients. Given how important web-based reviews and word of mouth have become in recent years, positive reviews and testimonials have also become crucial for success. Why are Customer Reviews Important for a Business?

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What are Some Examples of Effective Communication?

When projects don’t work, everyone has their own theories and opinions, most of them outwardly directed. “They did this”, or “they didn’t do that”, or “somebody dropped the ball.” But if you think about it, effective communication would be there at the top. What are some examples of effective communication? Continue reading What are Some Examples of Effective Communication?

How Do You Measure the Effectiveness of Remote Working?

Working remotely has suddenly become the new reality for so many businesses and working professionals. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people went from working in an office to working from home. And, this sudden shift made team managers, leaders, and business owners confused and worried about keeping the business up and running. This explains the sudden need for innovative KPI solutions, which begs the question: how do you measure the effectiveness of remote working? Continue reading How Do You Measure the Effectiveness of Remote Working?

Why Use Templates for Policies Procedures?

We have talked about the Top 10 Reasons to Use Bizmanualz Policies and Procedures Manuals. Now, let’s talk about the reasons to use Microsoft Word Templates for Policies and Procedures. What’s the difference? Continue reading Why Use Templates for Policies Procedures?

How to Empower Employees to Make Decisions

How many times have you wanted to empower employees to do something like “Draw up a plan for ‘X'” that you complete, only to realize later, “That’s not what I wanted!” or “That’s not how you do it!” while at the same time they were thinking, “You didn’t tell me exactly how you wanted it done.” Continue reading How to Empower Employees to Make Decisions