One day, after taking a harder look at my bank account, I knew that my business was in trouble. We didn't have enough money in the bank to pay our employees, much less handle the rigors of an upcoming merger with another organization. I knew that I needed help, which is why I hired a professional business consultant. She came in, analyzed our business, and made helpful suggestions that really turned things around. It was amazing to see how much of a difference her advice made. This blog is all about using consultants to improve your business, so that you can keep doing what you love.
12 May 2016
If you own and run your own restaurant, your biggest fire risk lies in your commercial kitchen. If you want to keep your commercial kitchen safe, there are a number of safety measures that you can implement. Get A Consultation: One of the best things you can do is hire a fire protection engineer to come out and inspect your kitchen. They can consult with you and provide you with tips and advice on how you can structural arrange your commercial kitchen in order to maximize safety and cut down on fire hazards.
29 March 2016
Running a business is no easy task, and when it comes to the financial side of things, it can get even more difficult. Some CEOs want to try to handle it on their own, but they will often find that it is way above their level of their expertise. While it be may hard, here are a few instances when it may make sense to finally hire a compensation consultant for your business:
21 December 2015
If you are seeking a way to start making money from home, the best place to begin is the Internet. There are many opportunities, depending on what you want to do, that could work into your own business, company, or brand over time. Consider the type of work that you would like to do and what might be most feasible for your lifestyle and skill set. Some ways to start working for yourself and become your own boss include these possibilities:
23 October 2015
When you open your own small business, you most likely will start out as the company's only employee. However, when the long hours you put in begin to pay off and you are looking to add employees to your roster, you may not know what you should do to ensure that the people you choose to hire are the right fit for you and can be trusted with your precious business.
14 October 2015
According to the United States Department of Labor, there is very little diversity in Fortune 500 companies. For example, over ninety percent of those that work for these large companies are men, and the majority of those are white. The small percentage of women that are employed make more than twenty percent less than their male counterparts. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission states that companies cannot discriminate against minorities, whether it has to do with their gender, race, religion, or national origin.