Abuse patterns: how employees manipulate their rights - case studies
Natalya Pakhomova, a lawyer for Pervaya Liniya, warns employers of potential abuse by employees of their rights in the field of labor relations in order to obtain benefits As practice…

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“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business
Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company's employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to…

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How to include employees in the work after the New Year holidays: 9 receptions
Maria Turcan, co-founder of the “I’m the Head” online school for beginner leaders, shares nine tips on how to get employees on track after a long weekend The first working…

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How we built a turquoise company: Alexey Denisov’s experience – OLS

We, the OLS company, are a turquoise organization. How do we understand this? As well as all really working “turquoise” organizations – having read Frederic Lalu’s book “Discovering the Organizations of the Future” and comparing it with yourself.

By the way, according to Jos de Blok (the founder of Buurtzorg), one of the heroes of the Lalu book, he also learned that they are “turquoise”, from this book. Continue reading

How to work with foreign suppliers: 8 successful aspects, FineDesignGroup experience

One of the key factors for the success of a store is the product range that the customer likes. If the product is of high quality, the price is affordable, and the delivery is fast and convenient, then the client will return to the seller again and again. Therefore, it is important to competently build work with suppliers, especially when it comes to business partners from other countries. Continue reading

Employees-IP: how to avoid problems with the tax

A business cannot exist only at the expense of its creator and ideological inspirer: the involvement of professionals from the outside is inevitable. But paying the employee a “white” salary, the entrepreneur must also pay personal income tax and insurance premiums to the budget. As a result, many companies force employees to register as IP, offering more favorable conditions. How to hedge the risks that such a scheme generates – we will describe in the article Continue reading

Strategic communications, or the Event does not end with a DJ set
It so happens that the manager goes from theory to practical actions, and there is also the other side, when the specialist intuitively and practically, through trial and error, opens…

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What to consider in the agreement with the counterparty in order not to incur losses
Entrepreneurship is always associated with risks, which can occur both from factors independent of a person and from human factors. The latter include intentional non-performance of the contract, fraud, inclusion…

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Voice shopping: what business needs to know to be trendy
Voice shopping and related devices (mainly smart speakers) have quickly become popular since Amazon first launched its Echo smartphone in 2014, topping Amazon's bestseller list on Christmas Day. According to…

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Three main business trends of 2018: automation, innovation, quality
To develop your business, both here and abroad, you should offer customers a competitive product, which, in turn, cannot be produced without well-established processes for which process management is responsible.…

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