Employee turnover – the rate at which employees join or leave a company – is one metric that management and Human Resource experts use to determine the robustness of a business.
Sarah is a landlord and she rents out commercial spaces to businesses. She was experiencing a challenge with sewer backup at one of her buildings.
Severe weather, storms and other natural catastrophes are becoming more frequent and more destructive. Losses from natural catastrophes are growing.
When it comes to awards and industry recognition, business owners are under the impression that their organization must be a multibillion operation in order to qualify. But that is not the case. What matters is the quality contained inside.
In a previous post, you met Adrian from Copperhead. You found out about his business’ robust group benefits plan. Today, we thought we would do a deep dive on what the plan really means from Adrian’s perspective.
In recent years, the nature of work is changing. What’s known as the “gig economy” has taken off. It involves people performing short term and temporary work. Read on to find out about some of the challenges workers are facing in this brave new economy.
We have been talking a lot about goals lately. So why stop now? Let’s keep going. Today we’ll discuss stretch goals.
Distracted driving is officially a crisis: the number of deaths and injuries caused by distracted driving has topped that from drunk driving.
People often discuss the downsides of not reaching their goals, ambitions and aspirations. But if this isn’t working for you, we would like to humbly suggest reframing the situation. You may find it productive to imagine the impact of reaching your goals.