Category: Business

Resignation Letter Etiquette Do's and Don'ts

Resignation Letter Etiquette: Do’s and Don’ts

When you’re writing a Resignation Letter, it can be tempting to include all your thoughts and feelings about your job, which can make you seem unprofessional. This post highlights some best practices—as well as things to avoid—to help you craft...

/ June 14, 2018
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4 Ways to Ask for a Job Reference

A good job reference can make you stand out from other candidates. Use these tips when asking for references to help you land your dream job.

/ May 22, 2018
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Boilerplate Clauses in a Legal Document

Boilerplate clauses, also known as standard, miscellaneous, or general clauses, are located at the end of most corporate legal documents. They provide instructions on how to act in a variety of situations and clarify the relationship between the parties. Learn...

/ May 1, 2018
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Shareholders Versus Directors in a Corporation

Knowing about corporate structure, such who a shareholder and a director are, is the first step in creating a successful business. Get started by finding out the definitions and differences between these roles in a corporation.

/ April 10, 2018
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4 Things to Consider Before Signing an Employment Contract: Part 2

Receiving a job offer is an exciting experience, but it’s not without its uncertainties. In this post, we discuss some things you should think about before signing your Employment Contract to make sure the job is for you.

/ March 27, 2018
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6 Common Cover Letter Mistakes

You only have about half a page in a Cover Letter to prove that you’re the strongest candidate for an open job position. In this post, we’ll cover a few of the most common mistakes you simply can’t afford to...

/ March 15, 2018