People Quit Their Boss, Not Their Company

People Quit Their Boss, Not Their Company

When searching for a dream job role, many will look at the vision of a CEO or the company culture to determine if they are the right fit for an organization. Sure, personal growth, opportunities and pay scales will also play a big part in their final decision too. But what happens when things go…

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The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 – How Will You Be Affected?

The issue of online privacy is one that we could hardly imagine a decade ago, and yet with so many advancements in technology, it’s surprising that we haven’t gotten it completely figured out yet. Between various social platforms, review sites, online memberships, and so much more, individuals have their information stored in far more places…

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San Francisco Ruling Says Libelous Review Can Stay

Have you ever been concerned that leaving a negative review online might come back to haunt you? Maybe you had a poor experience with a particular employee or you ordered a product that was defective, but whatever the details are, it can be scary to vent all of your feelings onto such a public space….

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Food Safety And Yelp – A New Link Emerges

Most of the time people will turn to the internet when looking for a new place to eat. Even in a smaller town, there are far too many choices to simply pick one and go, so online platforms like Yelp and Google can help people to make more informed choices. Unfortunately, when it comes to…

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Do Good Reviews Really Equal More Revenue?

Long before the world of online reviews, the internet, or even the telephone, people decided who they would and would not do business with based on one thing: reputation. Whether the local farmer was honest and supplied a good quality product or not dictated where you’d spend your hard earned money, and even though life…

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Facebook and Portal – How Inflated Reviews Cause Problems

New products almost always benefit from an influx of positive online reviews, especially if they’re one of the first of their kind. The Portal and Portal+ devices by Facebook are a great example, as the company is taking their first step into the smart home marketplace. With the ability to video chat people on your…

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The 1, 2, 3 Of Reputation Management

Here at Completed.com we emphasize just how much online reviews can contribute to your professional growth. By creating a profile on our platform, you can have your amazing track record follow you wherever you go, helping to build up your reputation as a freelancer, manager, or any other position on the career ladder. As important…

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The Long And Short Of Reviews – How Much Is Too Much?

Verbosity has a funny way of integrating into many of our everyday actions. Whether we’re explaining something to a friend and they’ve lost interest halfway through the story or we try to teach our children something before they get distracted, it’s crucial that we choose the words we use very carefully. Some of us are…

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The Golden Rule Of Reviews

Amidst the wave of soul-crushing anguish and rage that is born in the moments just after your shiny new item broke, remember this sage advice as you pop some painkillers and construct your online review: the gentle seeds of authenticity will trump the demanding tones of rage. Tell your experience, tell your truth, and that…

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In Need Of More Reviews? See How Some Businesses Are Getting Creative

Sometimes it’s tough to get consumers excited about the time-consuming process of reviewing a product or service online. This is especially true if it’s something they are feeling relatively pleased with, as most know that people are more likely to share a bad experience rather than a good one. As an incentive, some companies have…

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