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Teaching Children About Their Rights: Why Child Rights Matter

The United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most well-known and accepted international standard on children’s rights worldwide. It all started from the declaration on the ‘Rights of the Child’ written by ‘Save the Children Fund’ founder Eglantyne Jebb in 1924. It advocates that all people owe children the right to enjoy …

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Improving Customer Satisfaction through Quality and Convenient Services

Pleasing customers is definitely one of the biggest issues faced by business owners. New brands and even long-term businesses find it challenging to win customers. If companies can successfully attract clients, the next issue will be figuring out how to retain loyal customers. This becomes a constant issue because customer demands are often changing. Thus, …

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What Services Should Businesses Have for Their Employees?

Business owners are aware of how integral employees are to their ventures. If an entrepreneur wants to succeed, they will require the collective skill and experience of their entire staff. Without employees, it will be challenging to finish all the operational and administrative tasks. The satisfaction and happiness of your workers are necessary, which is …

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Integrating Business Data Effectively into Your Strategy

Information is the lifeblood of an effective business. Without efficiently collected and sufficiently analyzed data, any strategy your company employs will be a little better than shots in the dark. Because of how important data and business insights are to running a good company, it’s surprising that a survey revealed 59 percent of companies don’t …

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Survival Tips for Small Businesses: What to Do to Make Your Venture Last as Long as Possible

Starting a business is a gamble. No matter how great your products are or how knowledgeable you are about trends, there is still a chance that your venture will crash and burn. According to statistics, eight out of 10 businesses fold within its first 18 months. That is an 80% failure rate within one and …

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Finding the Balance Between Micromanagement and Delegation

Over the years, several books and articles have been published about the benefits of delegation. Harvard Business Review said it’s a sign of a great leader. The University of Southern California calls delegation an essential skill in the workplace. But there should be a balance. Some leaders have to know every detail from the packaging …

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