As A New Business Owner, How Available Should You Be To Customers?

Posted on: 26 January 2018

If you're just starting out with your small business, it can be hard to set up boundaries to protect family time. You want to get your business off the ground, but you don't want to neglect other responsibilities. If you're questioning how available you should be to your customers, here are a few things to consider. The Business Will Be There When You Get Back Unless you're dealing with a real emergency, you need to appreciate that your business will be there when you get back. [Read More]

Do You Own An Old Abandoned Building With Real Fireplaces? Restore The Building And The Fireplaces

Posted on: 5 October 2017

If you have purchased an old commercial building with fire places that you want to use as real wood burning features, there are some things that you have to take into consideration. You want to be sure that the building is safe and that the fireplaces can work properly before using the fireplaces and hoping to have them as a source of heat or even decoration in the space. Here are some of the things to do to have the fireplace restored. [Read More]

3 Huge Reasons Why Small Businesses Need A Compensation Consultant

Posted on: 29 September 2017

Are you the owner of a small business? Are you looking to expand your market, starting by hiring more employees to handle the increased workload? If you're new to owning a business, it can be difficult to attract the right employees. Perhaps you've put an ad on multiple job websites and have even hired a recruiting company to locate employees for you, but you're still unable to locate employees who you feel will be right for your company. [Read More]

Peer-To-Peer Support: What This Looks Like In Nursing

Posted on: 21 September 2017

In every job, it helps if you have one other employee who is on your side and helps you through the tough days and the stress. That is no less true of nursing, which is extremely demanding both physically and emotionally. Nurses are several times more likely to quit their profession within the first few years of graduation, and much more likely than most other careers to have mental breakdowns. They also suffer from Alzheimer's as the age, a result of years of stress producing too much damage to the cells in the brain. [Read More]