“The Devil in the Details,” or Business Shredding Litigation
Paying as little taxes as possible and spending as little as possible on these goals is a completely understandable and natural desire for a merchant. Entrepreneurial businessmen come up with…

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Bankruptcy Prosecution Risks
Ilya Sazonov lists the crimes that could be committed during the bankruptcy procedure and describes the possible risks of criminal prosecution for entrepreneurs The bankruptcy procedure itself is completely legal;…

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Called for interrogation to the tax: go or not?
Andrei Shvetsov explains what to do if you or your employees were summoned for questioning by the tax office: is it worth going or sending a representative and is it…

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The humanistic revolution in management: what distinguishes winners

Dmitry Trepolsky describes the problem of low employee involvement in the work process and lists 8 trends that help to increase the level of labor productivity in the company
Recent Gallup data points to an “epidemic” of indifference in organizations from virtually the entire world. Two out of three employees demonstrate a practically zero level of engagement, which (respectively) translates into low productivity. Continue reading

Life on the plane: Alexei Kasimov on how to plan a business trip and effectively use working time away from the office
In 2018 alone, Alexei Kasimov, Operations Director of Polymer Isolation, spent 153 days on business trips. Each month, he leaves Moscow several times to meet with partners or check the…

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OKR through Hero Travel Metaphor
At the initial explanation of what OKR is, sometimes I hear bewilderment - what is the advantage of setting goals for short periods, is this not a sign of shortsightedness.…

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How HR can enhance corporate learning
Many companies arrange corporate training, but not everyone gets the result that was dreamed of. And the point is not always the negligence of a contractor who teaches somehow. Sometimes…

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Stop list for the head: 10 "not" that can ruin the company
Corporate culture is like a healthy lifestyle: everyone recognizes its value, but few follow it. Meanwhile, your success in the market largely depends on your team. This is especially true…

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