How to conduct an interview

Conducting an interview - the right way to do it

 

An interview is not an easy situation - neither for the applicants, nor for you as the employer, who ultimately decides who to accept and who to reject. If you have to conduct an interview, you should do it in such a way that you can get as detailed a picture of the candidate as...

 

Pomodoro technique

Pomodoro technique: How to resist distractions and increase productivity

 

Distractions and multitasking are among the greatest productivity killers of our time. With the Pomodoro technique, you learn focused single-tasking that significantly increases your productivity and improves the quality of your work. Find out what other advantages this time...

 

OX App Suite

OX App Suite by Open-Xchange

 

Looking for a new office solution? The OX App Suite offers many functions that are similar to those of Microsoft and Google, but also has data protection in mind. The app suite enables you to work together on documents, distribute files via cloud storage, organise emails, and...

 

Communication in the workplace

Communication in the workplace: What should you pay attention to?

 

Good communication is one of the main pillars of productive work environments and this can only be created when colleagues talk to each other in a friendly, constructive way. A company can quickly become more successful than its competitors if everyone, from managing directors to...

 

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...

 

Income Tax allowances: How to reduce your tax liability

There are many different kinds of tax allowances, which can reduce the amount of tax you’re obliged to pay. Most taxpayers are entitled to tax exemptions that lower their tax bill so make sure you’re aware of the different allowances out there and see if you’re eligible for them.

Hard skills: definition and list

Practical skills, professional skills, and technical knowledge: All this can be summarised as hard skills. At present, these skills are in demand in the course of digitalisation, and are becoming more and more important. But traditional hard skills are by no means outdated. What exactly are hard skills, which kinds exist, and how do they differ from soft skills?

What is EBITA?

EBITA is a financial indicator that can make business planning easier for you. This value masks items that do not directly influence the operational success of your company. Many large corporations work with this indicator because it makes it easier to compare international companies. What exactly is EBITA, and how does EBITA calculation work?

Blue Ocean – more success with the right strategy

The fight for significant market shares is particularly difficult for young companies. But even large, established companies can’t be successful in a market that’s going nowhere. In order to increase your profits sustainably, you should leave the competition behind and open up a completely new market. The Blue Ocean Strategy reveals how you can achieve more success with innovations.

Direct and indirect taxes

You may have heard of direct and indirect taxes, but do you know what the difference is between the two tax groups? For example, is income tax a direct or indirect tax? What are the most important direct and indirect taxes? This article will tell you everything you need to know about these two groups of taxes.

An overview of the different business structures in the UK

The business structure determines a business’s legal aspects. It regulates the relationship between partners and shareholders as well as their relationship to the state and the environment. Here, we provide an overview of the most common business structures in the UK and explain what you should bear in mind when choosing which legal entity is right for you.

Limited partnership profit distribution: basics and examples

Limited partnerships make it possible to participate in a company with limited liability, making it easier to secure investors. Limited partnerships also have advantages when it comes to profit distribution: If you don’t want to follow the legal model for distributing annual profits and losses, you can make your own regulations in your company’s articles of association. In this way, factors like...

Market analysis – the definition

Whether you are starting a company, exploring your current market, or discovering a new one, a market analysis can help you evaluate the attractiveness of a market. A market analysis is a key element of every business plan and makes sure that your idea or your plan is fit for the future. Above all, investors attach a lot of importance to a thorough market analysis.

General partner in a limited partnership: both managing director and general partner

All the risk, but all the freedom – this is one way you can describe being a general partner in a limited partnership. Whilst the other shareholders are “only” reliable for their own capital contribution, the general partner is liable with their total assets. Being a general partner comes with additional special rights – they are the only ones entitled to manage and represent the company.

Limited partner: definition, rights, and duties

If several people or entities want to operate a commercial business together, their first step is finding a suitable legal form for their business. An interesting, common solution is a limited partnership. This is comprised of general partners, with unlimited liability, and limited partners, with limited liability. How is liability regulated amongst limited partners? What rights and obligations...


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