3 Tips to Impress your Boss

There are times when every employee feels like their boss doesn’t respect them or appreciate the work that they do. It’s a typical situation and it can start as soon as you enter a workplace or it can happen after you’ve worked somewhere for a while. Bosses like to see their employees enthusiastic and excited about their work, and whilst you may enjoy your work, your boss might start think that you’re in a workplace rut. So whether you feel like your boss is apathetic to your work or they’ve started sighing when you come in the door, here are three quick tips to...

Can A Boss Help Save Money On A Mortgage...

Most people recognize that keeping up a good relationship with their boss is important for their job security.  What many people don’t recognize is how important a strong relationship with an employer is for life outside of work.  The way a boss thinks of you as a worker and as a person benefits your income, your career, and even helps you buy a home. When workers plan to change their work environment, a reference letter from the boss is one of the most valuable documents available when heading into a new job interview.  An employer is recognized as someone who knows...

How to Stay on your Boss’s Good Si...

Getting and staying on your boss’s good side doesn’t mean you’re a “brown-noser.” In fact, being on your boss’s good side means you are more likely to perform better and be more productive at work, according to a new study in the Journal of Business Ethics. Here are some ways you can become an office superstar: Go above and beyond – Don’t just do your job, go the extra mile. Don’t be afraid to work on things that may seem outside of your job description. This can be a learning opportunity for you and show your boss that...

Getting Along With That Co-Worker, The O...

Your co-worker, you know the one who needs a cubicle archaeologist to free important paperwork from beneath coffee stained mugs; the one who spends all her time talking (loudly) on the phone to her boyfriend about her plans for the night; the one who insists on running his yogurt spoon against his teeth every morning before you’ve even fetched a cup of coffee; the one who always has an opinion but never pitches in constructively; the one who smells of your second grade teacher’s perfume. Yes, that’s the one. We spend more time with our office mates than...

Bonds versus Shares — The Boss’s Side...

When you’re the boss of a company, you have to run it so that it’s profitable. Sometimes you need extra capital, and there are different ways of raising it. In terms of seeking investors, there are two main instruments you can do it with: shares and (corporate) bonds. Which one do you go with? Shares — your flexible friend The benefit of shares is that if you’re running a highly profitable company, there’s greater chance of people investing it. Better still, they’ll be willing to invest more. This generates more capital for you, the CFO, and the COO to work...

How to Allocate Cash Like a Boss

Creating a smart attitude to your money requires you to research, think and act like an investor. Think of the greatest investors of our time – people like Warren Buffett didn’t get there by accident. They achieved their legendary status by being prudent with money and understand how to allocate assets and capital. The next step to sorting out your personal finances after getting out of debt is saving money for your short-term needs, long-term savings such as retirement and cash allocation for investing. Follow these tips on how you too can have the investor...