Posts about Management Training

Saving Money as a Management Candidate 101

Savings. Money. Future. Sometimes those are heavy words. As a management candidate, there are probably a lot of questions swirling through your mind. Money should be one of them. You keep hearing words like “start up” and “withholdings”. Why do Vector managers spend so much time talking about ...

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3 Reasons to Attend a Vector Conference

You have to go! Ask any rep who has been to a Vector conference and they’ll tell you the same thing, “you have to go!” Brooke Peters, an Assistant Manager from York, PA, was referred to Cutco by a friend, and was lucky enough to attend a Year End Banquet conference (YEB) during her first 10 days ...

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Skills Outside the Classroom

Fail. That’s the grade US colleges just got on the latest report from the Association of American Colleges & Universities. OUCH. The report measures whether or not today’s college graduates are prepared for the job market. Nearly two-thirds of the top employers surveyed said today’s graduates ...

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The Ride of Shame: 10 Worst Ways to Get to the Office

Obviously there are worse ways to get to the office or school than say, a brand new BMW paid for by your company. The key question is: what are those ways? We thought you’d never ask. 1. The Bus If you’re looking to save money while getting smacked in the face by butts and backpacks, the bus is ...

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My Vector Story

We want to hear your stories about your experience with Vector Marketing. Fill out the form below and click submit for a chance to win CUTCO. Include a photo or video and get double credit. We want to share positive stories about Vector Marketing and selling CUTCO Current Vector Field Reps — we ...

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Taxes for Independent Contractors: Tackling the Necessary Evil

It’s tax time. The best time of the year, right? It’s almost as fun as a trip to the dentist’s office the day after Halloween. This is an article for independent contractors who got paid more than $10,000 last year. If you didn’t quite make that mark, there’s some good tips here for you too, so ...

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