How to Decide When to Turn a Job Offer Down

by Stu Goldblatt | Category: Article

Posted on Saturday May 17, 2020 at 12:29:41 AM

It’s a long process to apply for positions, interview and receive a job offer. Often times it is not until the third or forth interview that an offer is made for a position. As great and thrilling as an offer can be, sometimes it has to be turned down. It can be quiet uncomfortable having to turn an offer down and in moments feel like you are letting other people down or have wasted their time interviewing, etc. To avoid the awkwardness it’s always best to be as transparent as possible. State what you would need to accept the position and if those needs cannot be met, thank them for their time and continue applying elsewhere. We’ve outlined a few reasons you might just need to turn down an offer: Finances. Employment is for compensations. You work to earn money or goods that are the tools needed to live a sustainable life. It is best to create a budget and know what your bottom line of compensation is to take a job. Flexibility. Is having a flexible schedule a deal...

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4 Books to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills This Week

by Stu Goldblatt | Category: Book Review

Posted on Friday May 9, 020 at 07:17:29 PM

Liberation ManagementTom PetersIn the new economy, hierarchical business structures are being consigned to the shredder and replaced with flexible, fast-responding, ad hoc groups of brainworkers. Tom Peters, author of the bestselling IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE is once again ahead of the curve, and now demonstrates that the key to success in business future is total engagement, dynamism, speed, and independence.Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and CompetitorsMichael PorterCompetitive Strategy has filled a void in management thinking. It provides an enduring foundation and grounding point on which all subsequent work can be built. By bringing a disciplined structure to the question of how firms achieve superior profitability, Porter’s rich frameworks and deep insights comprise a sophisticated view of competition unsurpassed in the last quarter-century.The Competitive Advantage of NationsMichael PorterNow beyond its eleventh printing and translated into twelve languages,...

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Cyber Insurance for Small Businesses

by Henry Glickel | Category: Article

Posted on May 07, 2020 at 07:31:50 AM

Introduction: You are at the potential risk of a data breach if your company has valuable assets such as customers’ database, intellectual property, or corporate data. Regardless of whether you're a Fortune 500 firm or a small retail outlet —cybercriminals are always hunting for their next target. Believing that small scale businesses are impervious to cyber crooks is a naive misconception. In fact, according to Verizon, 43% of cyber-crimes are targeted at small firms. [1] No company, organization, firm, or corporation of any size is entirely safe and secure from a potential data breach. What is cyber-insurance? Cyber insurance is an integrated and comprehensive insurance policy that covers your business’ liability for a data breach involving personally identifiable information (P.I.I.). It includes information related to Social Security numbers (S.S.N.), credit card and debit card details, bank account numbers, driver’s license details, and medical records and...

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