June 26, 2017

Workers’ Comp – Saving Money

Workers Comp

Today’s challenging economic environment calls for wise use of your business’s resources, smart cost-cutting measures, and a keen eye on the bottom line. Now is the time to refresh your knowledge about workers’ comp – controlling costs and knowing about compensation laws to avoid fines for failing … [Read more...]

The Virtual Office – A Feasible Alternative

Virtual office

One of the most expensive aspects of running your own business is the cost associated with your office space. The rent for the office, the heating, the electric, the insurance and more; all of these costs add up and make a big hole in your bottom line. You may think that these costs are … [Read more...]

Prune Dead Wood and Let Employees Shine

Lazy worker

“Stop avoiding conflict and prune the dead wood.” Author Tom Peters concurs when he writes: “Give a lot, expect a lot, and if you don’t get it, prune.” The truth is that some turnover – of the people who aren’t contributing – is good. But low performers, once surrounded by other low performers, … [Read more...]

What to Look for in a New Office Hire

New Employee

A new office employee is a big investment and knowing when you have found the right candidate is vital and is one of the most important aspect of Human Resource responsibilities. This means more than following your instincts. Supervisors need to know what important criteria to look for in new … [Read more...]

Low Virtual Office Start-Up Costs Attract Entrepreneurs

Want to accomplish more than what you are doing today? Maybe a virtual office can help. If you are a start-up, a virtual office can play a key role in helping you overcome new business challenges and hasten toward your goals. One of the key benefits of virtual offices for new companies is low … [Read more...]