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Five Innovation Killers

Disruptive behaviors and patterns that can thwart innovative thinking.
Dottie DeHart
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Today, the ability to freely and consistently generate fresh, new thinking is crucial for every operation.


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April 2014 Bidding & Estimating

Cutting Costs, Improving Profit, Finding Fun

With every challenge comes opportunity for professionals who prepare for change.
William R. Griffin
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Taking notice of trends that will help cleaning manangers and contractors meet tomorrow’s challenges in a positive way.


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March 2014 Raising Standards

Investing In Employee Development Yields Big Returns

A loyal, engaged and productive team working toward a successful future is a win for everyone.
Jim Peduto Esq.
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Training is often placed on the back burner because organizations are consumed by the day-to-day tasks and the pressure to do more with less. As a result, they feel there is not enough time to dedicate to training and development programs.


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Facility manager survey: Learning from other professionals

Phillip Lawless
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The survey responses helped create an educational tool for in-house facility managers.


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Seven Tips To Make Accountability Stick, part 2

If you and your employees have been lax about core values, it could have a lasting effect on your company.
Julie Miller and Brian Bedford
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If employees are not held accountable for little things, it can eventually lead to bigger, more damaging sins.


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From the issue: Background Screening For Quality Hires

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While it would be ideal for anyone in a position to making hiring decisions to simply be able to trust the information they are given by a candidate, the fact of the matter is, in some cases, potential employees may not tell the whole story.


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Minimum wage raised in 13 states

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While 13 states have increased or will increase the minimum wage for workers in 2014, 11 more states will consider minimum wage increases this year.


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January 2014 Contractor Success

There Is No Good Way To Manage People

But we have to try anyway.
Tron Jordheim
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“People are people,” the old saying goes, and everyone brings their own personal baggage with them to work.


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Employee Fraud: What To Look For

Chuck Gallagher
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Managers and owners should be alert for unsettling warning signs and the basic components of unethical behavior.


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The Business Owner's Dirty Dozen, Part 2

Even more not-so-obvious tips to help operations put clients first.
Joseph and JoAnn Callaway
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Anything that takes the focus off the customer can put fledgling businesses in harm’s way.


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