Regardless of whether you feel fine or not, regular health checks with your GP are essential. As adults, we’re urged to seek these regular reviews of our full body health to anticipate or prevent health issues down the track. The older we get the more vital it is to stay on top of these things. The same goes for your business. You wouldn’t put your health on the backburner, so keeping your business’ health in check should be just as a high of a priority.
It’s these indispensable health checks, body or business, that provide an easy way to spot potential problems before they happen. And when your hard work is at stake or you’re building a small business empire, skimping on periodic checks can be a recipe for disaster. Not to mention, the financial and business risks you expose yourself to in the process.
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Embracing the shift to social-media style interactions is an effective way to encourage collaboration in business. Features such as ‘likes’ ‘shares’ and comments’ have become instinctive, especially to the new wave of millennial employees. Adopting digital communication techniques in the workplace can enhance employee engagement and productivity due to the familiarity and simplicity of the interactions.
Digital interactions at work are not a new idea. Intranet systems to support internal collaborations have been around for years, however, older systems were clunky and difficult to navigate, due to the heavy design influence from the desktop experience. In addition the idea of a platform such as an intranet for business being used in a similar way to how Facebook or Twitter is used today is not something that would have ever occurred to anyone. The substantial cost of the hardware, maintenance and technical updates made intranet systems unfeasible for small and upcoming businesses, due to the financial strain.
I am a marketing specialist. For some people this doesn’t mean much, for others it means nothing. To be honest, at the moment I applied for the position, it was a little blurry for me as well.
Marketing specialist is a general term and could refer to many specific types of specialists including sales managers, promotional managers, advertising representatives, public relations specialists, online marketing experts, etc., in some cases more than one of these types.