White Collar Crimes Probably Happening in Your Company Right Now

These white collar crimes are probably happening in your company right now, Fishbowl BlogThe most common types of white collar crimes are waste, fraud, and abuse. Fact is, when people have the ability to take advantage of a situation, they almost always will.

For example, if Internet usage isn’t monitored, not only will employees check sports websites or social media, but they also might just gamble, take care of personal business, and even hold a second job.

Don’t believe us? Perhaps you’ll want to do a little snooping behind the scenes. You might learn something new about the people you see every day and find new white collar crimes being committed in your company every day. Continue reading

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3 Simple Ways to Put Together a Superior Work Team

Teamwork creates order from chaos, Fishbowl Blog“Teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie

Leaders have a tough job to do. It’s no easy task to take a group of unique individuals and guide them toward a common goal. Today’s leaders must learn to adapt to their team’s needs and personalities, communicate effectively, as well as motivate and inspire increasingly diverse groups of people. Here are three ways you can more effectively lead your team to greater heights. Continue reading

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Whiteboard Wednesday: What Is ShipStation?

What is ShipStation? That’s the subject of this week’s Whiteboard Wednesday. Continue reading

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Remote Management Tips to Get Your Business on Track from Afar

Welcome remote employees to your business with these strategies, Fishbowl BlogToday’s state of technology, economy, and global business provides businesses everywhere with skilled employees who can contribute to your company from almost anywhere in the world. It becomes more and more of a promising option to add remote employees to your team to save space and money, but this option comes with a few cons.

Here are some tips that can help you better manage and motivate your remote staff. Continue reading

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Workplace Safety: What You Need To Know To Protect Your Employees

Workplace safety is extremely important, Fishbowl BlogUnfortunately, terrible accidents sometimes happen in the workplace. The workers who are injured may end up disabled for the rest of their lives if they manage to survive. Even sadder is the fact that many of these accidents could have been prevented if management had simply done more to maintain a safe workplace. Below is some information that can help you ensure that safety is a priority in your company. Continue reading

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4 Ways to Simplify Your Inventory Management

Simplify your inventory management processes with these tips, Fishbowl BlogA simple and more efficient inventory management system will help turn an already-successful business into a profit machine regardless of the amount or type of goods being sold. A better-managed inventory system will also assist in giving customers a more than satisfactory level of service, which will help ensure repeat business.

Here are four solid ways to go about doing it. Continue reading

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Fishbowl’s Effect on the Psychology of Business

Fishbowl has a powerful effect on the psychology of business, Fishbowl BlogI’m going to do something I don’t believe I’ve ever done before on the Fishbowl Blog; I’m commenting on someone else’s post that was published on this blog.

Last week I published a fantastic guest blog post by Rachelle Wilber entitled “Differing Points of View: Understanding the Psychology of Business.” It went into human needs, reciprocity, consistency, and commitment.

Her post didn’t mention inventory management at all, but the whole time I was reading it I kept thinking of ways that it all relates to inventory management, specifically Fishbowl software. And that’s what I’m going to share today. So let’s explore Fishbowl’s effect on the psychology of business! Continue reading

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How to Use Boxstorm’s Advanced Search Feature

As I’ve mentioned before on the Fishbowl Blog, Boxstorm is an online inventory management solution that allows you to manage your inventory on virtually any device.

This video explains how to set up Advanced Search filters in the various modules. So if you want to, say, view inventory by location, you can create a filter for that. You can also create multiple filters so that each module will display exactly the information you want to see. Continue reading

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Differing Points of View: Understanding the Psychology of Business

The psychology of business is important to take into account, Fishbowl BlogThere are reasons why some people and organizations in the business world are more effective than others. Research using social scientific methods has studied individuals in the business workplace environment to identify relationships, methods and more. The psychology of business is a way to understand the connection of successful relationships between, workers, employees, consumers and organizations for mutual benefit. Continue reading

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Tips for Making Your Manufacturing Processes Easier to Handle

Manufacturing companies need smooth production processes in order to optimize the labor, raw materials, and costs of their company. What follows are four tips that will make your manufacturing processes easy to handle and easier to manage. Continue reading

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