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Profit-Building Strategies for Business Owners back issues
Numbers you should know to keep in touch with your business. (Business Money Management)
May 1, 1993... Business was booming at ABC Printing Company. Sales were up 30% over the previous year. The firm's owner was considering leasing more factory space. Yet suddenly, at the end of May when it came time to meet the payroll, he found himself short of cash. What happened? The owner asked his...
Choosing a chair with the right support. (Managing for Success)
May 1, 1993... Until the computer age, an office chair just had to be "comfortable." But as computer work has lengthened the time spent sitting virtually motionless, workers now suffer more backaches, neckaches muscular complaints in hands, wrists, arms, and legs. Many of these problems are exacerbated by...
Making your business site a safe place to work. (Managing for Success)
May 1, 1993... You have an obligation to provide your employees with a safe workplace. Problem is: Most people agree with the concept, then stash it somewhere in the back of their minds and don't do much about it. Meanwhile, hazardous conditions may develop unnoticed. It's a good idea to analyze your...
What your business pays your offspring should be fair to them and to you. (Managing for Success)
May 1, 1993... Ralph Jones apprenticed with his father, a master plumber, and worked in the family business after he got his own license. Father paid son a weekly salary. Jones (not his real name) later married and his financial needs grew faster than his pay. Father-son arguments ensued. Jones felt he...
Grooming an offspring to take over your corporation. (includes related article) (Managing for Success)
May 1, 1993... Passing on your business to the next generation is an intensely personal process. Under the best circumstances, it's complicated and time-consuming, demanding a close examination of your own motives and goals and an impartial analysis of the abilities and desires of the people closest to you....