Deciding which job candidate is best suited for the job opening within your company is hardly ever easy. This is because the process can be very tedious and time-consuming. When you get to the point to where you are checking references of potential candidates, do you know what to do in order to protect yourself and your business while also ensuring that you get the most effective information? Here are five tips:
23 December 2015
If you've been in the real estate industry for many years, it's likely you've seen your fair share of roller coaster business success. With market fluctuations and more competition biting at the heels of your corporation, a loss in revenue is expected. If things have been taking a downward spiral or sales just don't seem to be picking up, it may time to call in the pros. A consulting firm that specializes in business performance training and enrichment is a good place to start.
11 December 2015
In any medical practice, a good bedside manner is as equally important as vast medical knowledge. Patients don't just want you to make them feel better, but they also want to experience a comfortable and pleasant visit in your office. Take A Break Attempt to schedule appointments that allow for a brief break in between each visit, such as five minutes. If you're literately walking out of one exam room directly into another, you don't have the opportunity to unload the previous appointment.
9 December 2015
Sometimes, people assume that their insurance company is going to cover anything that happens to their home. However, that isn't the case. While certain things are covered automatically under your insurance policy, others aren't. If you don't have special coverage in place to handle these items, you could find yourself being hit with thousands of dollars in repair costs when something goes wrong. Mold remediation is one of those things that often isn't covered on your insurance policy without a special addendum.
2 December 2015