Tips for your LinkedIn profile

Tips on how to optimise your LinkedIn profile

 

LinkedIn has become an indispensable part of the job search. HR staff search the network for potential candidates for open positions. A well-managed profile is essential to be successful on LinkedIn. After all, you want to show yourself at your best on LinkedIn. It is important...

 

Company mission, vision, values

Mission statement vs. vision statement

 

Even if prices are raised and there are more affordable alternatives on the market, we will often continue to buy products from the same brand. The reason for this is the same as explaining why we always choose to fly with the same airline or get our coffee from the same place:...

 

What is a small business?

Small businesses, explained

 

According to the Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC), a small business is a privately-owned and operated business with a small scale of trade and a small number of employees, depending on the industry. Small businesses are commonly referred to by the European term “SME” which...

 

Work-life balance

Work-life balance

 

A work-life balance involves a lot more than simply dividing working time and personal time equally. The concept is often viewed as a philosophy that determines many aspects of a person’s life. In order for it to succeed, both employers and employees must make an effort to create...

 

Job Interview Tips

Interview tips for making a great impression

 

You’ve made it past the application process and the initial screening and you’ve been invited to an interview. It’s normal to be nervous, especially if you have limited experience in selling yourself. There are a few unwritten rules that apply for all interviews. As soon as you...

 

CRM tools: customer care made easy

CRM tools: software for customer care

 

Customer care is one of the corner stones of a successful company – whether you are running an online shop or offering bank accounts. Even smaller companies can benefit from the use of CRM tools, which help to organise customer- or buyer data. These software systems automate and...

 

Compliance: guidelines for compliant corporate behaviour

Compliance is one of those trendy terms that is used more and more frequently in the economy. It seems to be able to mean almost everything. The basic idea is simple and goes without saying: Companies must comply with existing laws and at the same time assume their social responsibility. But what does compliance mean beyond that?

Why do we need market research?

Market research is an important procedure to advance a company or to make decisions as an entrepreneur. Customers and respondents play an important role, as their opinions are an important indicator of sales opportunities. It is crucial for the success of a company to examine the market at regular intervals. So, what does market research mean, and why is it so important for a company?

Economies of scope

Are you a business owner looking to cut costs, maximise profits, and increase business growth? Then you should analyse whether or how you can use economies of scope in your business. These arise when you expand your product range and use synergies. Read on to learn how you can achieve this and what types of economies of scope exist.

Economies of scale

The success of a company is closely connected to its growth. Economies of scale describe the effects that an increase in input has on output. That is, more should come out than you put in! But what are economies of scale exactly, and what forms do they come in?

What is accounts receivable accounting?

If you run a business or work independently, it’s always important for you to keep an eye on your financial situation. This also applies to payments that you are expecting but have not yet received. The accounts receivable department is responsible for registering and tracking your monetary receivables. We explain what accounts receivable accounting is and how it works.

ISO 45001: information on the ISO standard for occupational health and safety at work

If you want to show that your own company is committed to safety and healthcare management, you probably have done so until 2018 in the form of the OHSAS 18001 certificate. Since 2018, ISO 45001, the official successor, has been in place. Among other things, it explicitly requires management boards to take appropriate action and for external interest groups to be involved in the management...

Successful project management: proven methods

A colourful bar chart or a wide network that correlates different project tasks: there are several diagrams that show different methods of project management. Many processes are similar because certain problems occur in almost all projects. But you don’t have to reinvent the wheel: methodologies provide you with formalised approaches that have already proven successful many times over. With the...

Following up with an interview: E-mail enquiry template

You’ve mastered the job interview, but now comes the hardest part: waiting. If it’s taking too long, you can send a follow up e-mail after the interview. Sending an e-mail using a template, you can avoid errors: Being pushy and rude could catapult your application to the side lines. Find out what to look out for!

Input tax: claiming tax rebates through tax deduction

Complicated tax regulations can be a minefield, causing confusion for entrepreneurs year after year. But it’s worth being fully aware of tax legislation within the United Kingdom; you could be entitled to a refund for the VAT spent on business operations. But how does this essential part of the tax law work? In this handy guide, we explain the concept of input tax and value added tax (VAT), as...

What are non-profit organisations?

When it comes to accounting, no two charities or non-profit organisations are the same. The amount of income made dictates which forms need to be filled out to complete the tax return. It can be confusing knowing which forms to fill out, but our article will explain how accounting for non-profit organisations works, with numerous non-profit accounting software available to facilitate the process.


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