Tag Archives: Employment

Let go or be dragged

    So the other day I was getting ready for yoga class when one of my classmates told us about something she saw on Facebook. Someone, I do not know who, posted “Let Go or Be Dragged” on their … Continue reading

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So, whos ready to step up to the next level?

Growing a business quickly requires that you can bring new employees into your business and bring them up to speed in their tasks. Too often, bringing a new person on requires one of your best employees to take precious time … Continue reading

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Too much on your plate?

We all have a lot on our plates these days.  Everyone I talk to responds “Busy!” to the question, “How are you?” It is a good sign that people are busy. The economy is improving.  Business is picking up for … Continue reading

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Growing the business – Getting employees to step up.

Growing a business quickly requires that you can bring new employees into your business and bring them up to speed in their tasks. Too often, bringing a new person on requires one of your best employees to take precious time … Continue reading

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How do I model employee costs?

There are many costs associated with having employees as a part of your company.  Just saying the words wages and benefits is saying a lot! There are basically two kinds of employees, exempt and non-exempt.  When creating a financial plan, … Continue reading

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