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Avoid common pitfalls experienced by government contractors and subcontractors.The federal government can be a great customer for your company's products and services.
Gain insight into the critical elements of an effective government bidding pricing strategy.Every government contractor must include an exhaustive pricing section in their bid to win products or services contracts.
Learn how to win that government contract your company is after, and how to manage it after the fact.Small and medium-sized businesses often have trouble conducting business with the federal government.OnDemand Course Credit
- ISM - 1.25
Sales and business development professionals who work in the government market find it extremely difficult to meet with the decision makers. Ever since 9/11, government agencies at all levels have instituted iron-clad...
Demystify the federal contracting process and learn a step-by-step process to increase sales to the United States federal government.Many businesspeople want to sell their services and products to the federal government...
Learn how to create a successful, data-driven growth strategy and why doing so is crucial for business success. Are you on Team Change (let’s go!) or in Camp Stay the Same?
Live Webinar March 25, 2021 1:00pm EST
Avoid the many potential mistakes made even when the best efforts are made to comply with the FSLA applicable laws.The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) signed by President Franklin Roosevelt, 1938, was a struggle for...OnDemand Course Credit
- ASA - 1.25
- HR Certification Institute - 1.5
- SHRM - 1.25
Learn key employment laws and other critical legal information all managers (not just HR) should know.There are many different laws that impact a workplace from both a federal and state perspective.
Understand why the best employees leave and what you can do to sway their decision before they exit. The U.S. government reports that between 2.7 and 2.
Understand why the best employees leave and what you can do to sway their decision before they exit.The U.S. government reports that between 2.7 and 2.
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