Posted By: John L. on April 30, 2019 in Contractor
The cost of unproductive time on a job site can be enormous to a contractor who does not take notice. Contractors tend to focus on the end results of their projects or their year-end numbers and use them as metrics on how the company is doing. Although those numbers tell you how the company did overall, I believe your results can greatly improve if you focus more on the process.
Posted By: Dana B on April 5, 2019 in Stylist
Like many industries, the beauty industry is experiencing a shortage of new talent. This can cause stress on your existing business as you receive more client requests with the same amount of time in your day. Here are a few ways to efficiently manage clients.
Posted By: Aaron S. on April 3, 2019 in Retail
Customer satisfaction—what does that really mean? Over time, what satisfies a customer has shifted dramatically. Years ago, customers simply wanted a good product for a reasonable price and were willing to accept something close if they could get it right away.
Posted By: John L. on March 25, 2019 in Contractor
When it comes to construction, there is no set hiring season. It can fluctuate depending on where you are located, how deep the frost is, and how wet the spring is. But when it is time to dig, pour concrete, or start framing after a long quiet winter, you are going to want to have your team in place.

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