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Tips for Creating Long-Lasting Client Relationships

Seeking and establishing a clientele is one of the components to a successful company. Maintaining and growing already-existing client relationships is the uphill battle of your success. Since clienteles are built of varying personalities and business objectives, it can be difficult to keep up with customer service expectations. 
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Automated Hiring: What You Need to Know

Technology is revolutionizing industries all over the world. Automated hiring, for example, is the new trend in the human resources industry allowing employers to facilitate a swifter vetting process for potential candidates. With algorithms that can be tailored to suit a company’s needs and a position’s requirements, it seems automated hiring should be the best way for companies to find quality candidates. 
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The Digital Transformation of Sales Teams

Do you remember when products and services used to be “sold” in a physical sense? Or how about the time when salespeople were the subject matter experts when it came to everything there was to know about a sale? But these days, sales processes and sales management have changed thanks to rapid technological advancements. 
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How to Establish and Right-Size Salary Ranges

For every job, there is a salary range, and for every salary range, there are factors (both internal and external) that play into determining that rage. These days, there is also no shortage of online market data which employees can use to bolster their request for a pay increase, come review time. Job title, location, education, years of experience, number of direct reports, performance data, etc. are all data points used to calculate a projected annual salary. 
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Right Person. Wrong Job.

When an employee is hired for a specific role, there are times when either the role wasn’t what the employee anticipated, or the manager later realizes that the employee’s skills are better suited in a different open opportunity within the organization. 
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