How I sold cookies to the Russian Army, kindergartens and large chain stores
An entrepreneur from Khabarovsk bought a tiny cookie production line. I found a recipe, put together a team and cheerfully got down to business. And after a couple of months…

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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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Age employees: what the employer needs to know
Elena Sidorenko shares information related to the employment of pre-retirement age employees in the company: whether additional reporting is needed for this, what are the features of concluding an employment…

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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

7 Benefits of Accounting Outsourcing for Small Businesses

We list 7 advantages of accounting outsourcing for business in comparison with a full-time accountant, starting from a more favorable cost of services and ending with a guarantee against errors and fines
Not everyone is easily given the decision to outsource accounting. It seems that it is inconvenient when your business is here, and the accounting is somewhere there. At first glance it is easier when an accountant is somewhere behind the wall from 8 to 17 hours or comes from time to time. Continue reading

“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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Who is robbing you and your company right now
Irina Narchemashvili, financial director of ATManagement Group, describes three ways to “leak” money from the company and explains how to prevent employees from robbing themselves and stop stealing from themselves…

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How to love criticism and make the company more creative
Although much is said about the benefits of criticism, often this very word carries a negative connotation. Dmitry Trepolsky explains how, by adapting the critical assessment method used in the…

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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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