Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy!
Promoting yourself without the narcissism
If you’re a business owner and you have great material you want to share with your audience, you might find the line between self-promotion and being self-centered. Jason Feifer, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur, describes his year-long experiment to unapologetically promote himself, while presenting it as being helpful to the person he is trying to reach.
Make 2018 the best year for your career
We could all use some help in our careers so here are some tips and tricks from the New York Times. From boosting your career to just getting through the day, here’s to the best year at work!
Loss prevention during the holidays
Holding inventory in your warehouse or store increases its holding cost as well as the risk of theft. According to the National Retail Federation, shoplifting and employee theft accounted for more than two-thirds of inventory shrinkage in 2016. Retail store shrinkage is a known part of the industry so here’s how to prevent losing products in your physical store.
How credit cards changed the way we spend
In some places cash is fast becoming obsolete as societies move to cashless forms of payment. In Sweden only 20% of payments at shops are made with cash and just 1% of total spending by value is via cash. Since its introduction in 1949, how has the credit card has changed the way we spend?
Companies to set your sights on in 2018
It’s no secret that happy, satisfied workers are more productive. What are the organizations with the happiest employees? From a survey of tens of thousands of workers, check out this list of the happiest companies in America.