Kellie Byrnes is a freelance writer, children’s author, and reviewer with a BA degree in Literature. Her work has been published on sites like Huffington Post, Lifehacker, Gumtree, Forbes and Entrepreneur, and she creates content for companies around the world. Prior to writing full time, Kellie owned her own e-commerce business, and spent time in sales, marketing, PR and publishing roles.
If you run a manufacturing, retail, wholesale, or other type of business that involves shipping physical stock, parts, or supplies, you know how important logistics is.
Staff rewards and recognition programs tend to result in happier, more productive workers. But as people increasingly tend to hop from one business to another, where does this leave the traditional ‘Employee Service Award’ used to recognise a long, loyal tenure?
Understanding contracts and how to properly manage them is fundamental to any sound business venture and might just save you from a number of legal headaches. In this article, Kellie Byrnes explains the basics of good contract management.
Loyalty and engagement aren’t necessarily easy to foster in millennial employees. But with the right approach, any manager can make the workplace a better environment for their staff.
Do you sometimes feel that there’s not enough time in the day for business admin? Consultants can easily fall into the trap of letting the daily hustle impact business productivity.
Not everyone is cut out to lead a business, as it takes a special combination of skills and attitude to be successful. In this article, Kellie Byrnes explores the seven critical traits every business leader must have.
A professional services business could be any number of things, from actuarial services to veterinarian practices. Do you have what it takes to use your specialist skills and carve out your own operation?
In any business, developing and maintaining customer relationships is one of the fundamental aspects of success. As a small business owner in the professional services space, that means developing the right skillset to seamlessly handle difficult customers upon occasion.