Posts tagged Business
What Is Carpenter Insurance and What Does It Cover?

With a projected growth of 20% annually for the next 7 years, carpentry is without a doubt the fastest growing industry in America. Every new day, there's a growing demand for qualified carpenters not only in America but also the world over. Whether you specialize in making home and office furniture or you work as a building contractor, the rising demand for your services also means a rise in your risk – and this is where carpenters insurance comes in handy.

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Looking For Next Steps As An Entrepreneur?

You have laid the groundwork by launching your business, building a supportive team and the customer list if slowly burgeoning. It is now time you pushed it to the next level. You need to start working on practices that grow the customer list and convert the existing ones to loyalists, reduce staff turnover, and more importantly seal the expense loopholes within the business. Here are five expert tips to help you with this:

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A Brief Overview Of Supply Chain Management

Taking any company from an idea to market can be a journey that may seem overwhelming. However, this is where supply chain management really comes in. With the use of the proper systems, you will not have to feel overwhelmed about all of the different steps that it takes in order to bring your product to market.

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Freelancing is a Good Source to Start your Online Business

Our era of technology changes the whole concept of ‘education equals stable revenue’. In fact, a student or a housewife can raise an impressive sum of money just using their laptops. With an online job market, we depend less from such factors as our age, experience, location, credentials, special skills or training. The thing is that having enough desire to learn, you can discover ways to raise money online and even start your first business

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Most New Dads Take Time Off, Without Calling It Paternity Leave

Even at companies with policies allowing paternity leave, requesting it can be tricky. Here’s how. Dear Annie: I’m envious of the people who work for Change.org and other employers I’ve been reading about lately, since those employees can take time off for the birth or adoption of a child without feeling like they’re risking their careers. My wife and I are expecting our second baby soon, and my problem is, not only does my company have no formal policy that allows paternity leave, but I’ve heard my immediate boss make snarky remarks about it. 

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