Category Archives: Strategy

Team Building – A Real Art of Man Management

Team Building is an all time and a real time goal in all industries that is believed to yield Efficiency. While talking about Team Building/Team Management, we have to consider into account the very basic nature of human being vis-a-vis Human Traits, Behaviors, Attitudes and other Psychological characters along with other technical skills. Continue reading

Financial planning in Melbourne – Staying on top of your finances

Are you in your 40s? If yes, then you can be considered as “late baby boomer” or you might be a member of Generation X. In any case, you’re on that verge of life when you’re putting aside your youth and when you should do some financial planning for your and your family’s future. Although there are many financial planners in Melbourne, people get confused about which one to choose. As independent financial advisors, there shouldn’t be any conflicts of interest. The advisors will put your interests before their own. Continue reading

Three Ways to Keep Your New Buy-to-Let Tenants Happy

Although some commentators might like to tell you that being a buy-to-let landlord is more trouble than it’s worth, for the majority it’s a great way to generate a second income without having to work two full time jobs. But don’t take this the wrong way: you’ll still need to put in the effort to keep your tenants feeling satisfied. If you don’t listen and respond to their needs, they’ll end up moving on to a new home at the end of the tenancy agreement, and they’ll more than likely tell others to keep away. So, if you’re trying to think of ways to please your new buy-to-let tenants, follow our sound advice: Continue reading

Minor Illnesses Account for Millions of Absences in UK Workforce

With the summer winding down and a chilly breeze persuading many of us back into cardigans, it’s only a matter of time before sniffle season starts. 2013 may have seen a drop in workplace absenteeism from 2012’s slight rise (plus an overall drop of 47 million lost working days since 1993), but when the cold weather rolls around, it is minor illness which is likely to be the second most common reason why our workforce won’t be at their desks in 2014. Continue reading