Why An Offsite Workday Boosts Employee Experience

Guest post by Shar Behzadian - Find her @sharzadian on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter  In the last two years, I have tried out many office spaces. I am talking more than 50 spaces in some of the largest U.S. startup cities including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, and New York City. All I ever wanted was to work from a gorgeous space that sparks creativity. Somewhere that enables easy conversations...

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How To Deal With Difficult Customers & Customers Complaints

Find out what the most common types of customer complaints and how you can resolve them. You can even prevent them from happening in the first place! Customer complaints are like death and taxes—they’re inevitable if you’re going to be in business. That’s certainly true when you have plenty of customers, as you can expect a certain percentage of them to come up with complaints about your products and services....

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7 Surefire Hacks To Boost Your Sales Performance And Land More Deals

There’s no such thing actually becoming the best salesperson you can be. No matter how well you become in selling your products and services, you can always find ways to improve and get better. Even if you regularly beat your company quotas, you can challenge yourself with your own set of quotas meant to motivate you to do better. Sales professionals have a tough job. They fight an uphill battle...

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10 Best Coding Bootcamp in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is becoming the third largest tech hub in the US. Silicon Beach, a nickname for the areas of Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach, Venice, Marina del Rey, Playa Vista and El Segundo where tech startup companies are congregating - is expanding, with companies such as Spotify, Soylent, and ComunityMade are setting up shop in the Arts District near downtown; Google, Yahoo, Facebook, and Honest are building massive campuses in...

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Phone Interviews: What You Should Know About The Candidate

Let's face it - looking for an engineering job can be a very stressful time, both for the candidate and employer.  Both parties are looking for a new "relationship" and professional dating can be tough.  It is a time-consuming effort that involves putting yourself out there - for technical job-seekers, it means subjecting yourself to difficult, often-times random technical grilling.  For employers, the job search is a multi-layered process that...

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5 Top Skills You Need to Be a Successful Product Designer

If you’re a designer, then you most likely have a website of your own where you can show off your portfolio. While this is a crucial element that you need to impress potential employers with, you also need to think about your resume. As a graphic designer, you may have focused too much on how your resume looks that you may have overlooked mentioning skills that would’ve helped you land...

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6 Things You Should Never Say In An Investor Meeting

In business, often your ability to advance and to get things done depends on how people perceive you; especially in an investor meeting. You can get a lot done when you seem to know what you’re doing. On the other hand, it’s easier to dismiss you and your ideas if you seem inexperienced and incapable. Often what you say will fuel these impressions of you. Some terms and phrases are...

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5 Proven Strategies for Overcoming Distractions at Work

Distractions can be detrimental to work productivity. Here are the proven ways of overcoming these distractions so we can focus on our work. We all know the importance of concentrating on our work to get things done. Yet even with this knowledge we often let distractions rule us when we’re supposed to be working. Maybe it’s the buzz of our smartphones telling us we have a text message. Perhaps we’re...

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