Ever wonder how a company ultimately decides which services solution is appropriate for their business? Some choose to keep services housed internally, managing from within and scaling under a complex internal structure. Others choose to augment their organization with freelancers and part-time contractors to support niche areas or expanded requirements. And finally others choose to […]
As a small business owner, you know that it takes a lot to run a business. Between office supplies, payroll, promotional products, and debt collection, it’s the little yet necessary things that add up quickly. If you’re like other small businesses, you’ve probably found that you pay more for all of these things because you lack the volume and scale of large corporations. However, there is a way that you can enjoy the same kind of cost savings as your big business counterparts. It’s called group purchasing.
For businesses that ship products often, LTL shipping can be incredibly beneficial and cost-effective. LTL stands for “less than truckload” and refers to a freight shipment that doesn’t fill an entire truck. LTL shipments are usually shipped on pallets and range anywhere from 150 to 10,000 pounds.
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Your business is up and running, you’ve hired a few employees, and clients are beginning to roll in. Now, there’s one big question left – how will you handle compensation? Before your employees can start putting hours into your company, you need to have a solid payroll system in place.
When you think of the word “office,” you don’t often think about a calm or relaxing environment. You may not even think of an office as being a space that makes you productive. And it’s true: being indoors with artificial light for eight or more hours a day can be downright draining. Many studies have shown a correlation between a company’s workspace and their level of productivity. In the past, many business owners opted for rows of desks or cubicles, but now, businesses are learning that bland cubicles no longer lead to a happy or productive workplace. New office trends, such as open floor plans and standing desks, are emerging all over the country, revealing interesting insight into correlation between office design and overall productivity.