Archive for December 2010

Did you loose business in the bad weather?

Business Continuity for Small Businesses Did you, or any of your customers, lose business last week because of the weather?

If you weren’t able to answer the office phone, or were unable to respond to email then the chances are that you lost business. Just because you can’t get to the office it doesn’t mean that you are unable to answer the phone, work email and send out quotes.

How would you like to be able to work from anywhere, and bring the office to where you are?

Using Hosted IT Services, you can do just that. Hosted Services costs less than you might think, with Exchange at £3.50 a user and VoIP at an average of £4:00 a user per month. All without the need for capital investment.

Business Continuity for Small Businesses, in practice

Planning for Business Continuity for Small Businesses should be part of any IT Strategy. It will help improve the flexibility of your IT Systems and give your business more options for home workers,without costing you any more money.

To find out more about how you can make your IT Systems Disaster proof read my blog ‘Business Continuity for Small Businesses’ at ComputerSpot.

Interviewing guidance for Managers

Job Interview GuidanceInterviewing candidates is a key stage in the recruitment process as it enables a manager to assess an individual’s suitability for the vacancy. However, there are some pitfalls that managers need to be aware of in order to avoid discrimination claims from job applicants.

Why not test yourself on your knowledge of current legislation relating to interviewing candidates for jobs – The answers can be found by following the link to the HR Management Support Ltd website where you can also find details and useful guidance on the do’s and don’ts of interviewing as well as plenty of other helpful information on employee related issues.

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