What is profitable for small businesses

“I got settled, and six months later announced my pregnancy”: what should the employer do?
Anna Fedorova considers the issue of maternity leave and frequent hospital employees, explains how employers should relate to this “A young girl is about to have a baby, but before…

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Can trainings “put out a fire of a business”?
Denis Sidenko talks about situations where employees and business executives will really benefit from attending a variety of trainings - from time management training to team building skills - and…

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Corruption in the company: how to identify kickback schemes and defeat theft
Corruption - or theft in companies - is a very broad topic. Depending on the size of the company, the scope of activity, the presence or absence of a security…

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5 rules to avoid director criminal liability risks

Often, company executives are held criminally liable for actions whose criminality they do not even realize – “ignorance of the law does not exempt from liability”. According to statistics, in recent years the number of cases where directors have been prosecuted has been steadily increasing. Directors are attracted for various types of fraud (Articles 159-159.6), embezzlement or embezzlement (Article 160), illegal business (Article 171), tax crimes (Articles 198-199.2) and other actions. Continue reading

Apartments will not sell themselves, or How to properly process a client

In the conditions of today’s fierce competition among developers, the level of professionalism of sales managers in this area plays a key role. Anna Druzyuk gives recommendations on how to properly organize the work of a salesperson and explains why it is important to periodically audit the competencies of managers.
The real estate market has never demanded such efforts in the struggle for clients, as now. Continue reading

OKR in the company, or Two tools to advance towards ambitious goals

Natalya Gulchevskaya talks about two tools within the company’s management system for key results and goals (OKR) – visualization, progress meetings; shares personal experience of its implementation
At the first meeting to discuss a strategic session, I often hear from leaders: “Yes, we already had such sessions, set goals, were inspired, and then everything slipped back into routine; we achieved something, but most of what we planned was left on paper. Continue reading

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How to make a superhero out of a worker
Konstantin Lashkevich talks about how to create favorable conditions in the company for professional growth of employees, lists the methods that can be used - from setting global goals to…

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Digitalization or death: how Russian retailers fit into the new realities of trade
Venera Shaydullina talks about the digitalization trends of electronic and offline trading, cites the 5 most promising technologies that will have a strong impact on e-commerce in the near future,…

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Can trainings “put out a fire of a business”?
Denis Sidenko talks about situations where employees and business executives will really benefit from attending a variety of trainings - from time management training to team building skills - and…

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How not to miss a good employee and not hire a bad employee - the experience of Mosigra
Top managers of the Mosigra board games network share their professional experience in searching, selecting and hiring employees: from selecting a resume to applying Yitzhak Adizes’s formula It happens that…

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