“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business
Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company's employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to…

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“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business
Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company's employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to…

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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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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

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 that she is looking for a suitable job, with a white salary and compliance with the Labor Code. Of course, she will not tell about her plans for an interview ”- these are typical fears of many business leaders. Continue reading

“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business
Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company's employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to…

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“No legs - no cartoons”, or How a business refuses to serve 40 million potential customers
Weak, old, and not sufficiently dexterous could not only bring no benefit to the relatives, but they became a burden and a threat. A good solution to the problem was…

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How to increase profit per employee up to 59%
Statistics show that in most domestic companies only 25% of the efforts of employees bring results, and the remaining 75% are useless. How to increase labor productivity in your company…

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How to prevent a good idea from perishing
Out of 10 business ideas, approximately 7-8 are never realized - these disappointing conclusions are presented in the business press. The root cause of such failures lies in the inability…

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