How to Handle Wage Garnishment

Around 7 percent of employees had their wages garnished at some point between 2011 and 2013, and depending on a business’s industry, between 23 and 50 percent of companies have had to garnish the wages of an employee. This may seem like a simple process, and it may not come up frequently, but it is […]

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Consultant’s Corner: Maximizing Your Credit Score with a Balance Transfer

Q. How does shifting debt from one credit card to another and reducing the credit utilization impact your overall credit profile and credit score? Will it increase, decrease, or stay the same? Credit card utilization is one of the most important factors credit scoring models use to calculate one’s credit score. Generally speaking, there is […]

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The Right Process Can Reduce Customer Complaints

Many problems that cause customer complaints boil down to a failed process. Good intentions can be ruined by human error, and create a bad experience—a Moment of Misery—for your customer. And what’s worse, most of those customers won’t tell you about their problem. They simply won’t come back—and throw in a little negative word-of-mouth for […]

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Friday 5 for August 4th, 2017

GSB TV: How to Treat Your Employees Better With: Ricardo Jimenez and Chris Barnes             Your employees are absolutely essential to the operation of your business. They solve problems, interface with customers, make sales, handle daily responsibilities—all… Watch session A Winning Culture Starts at Home By: Fran Tarkenton Culture trumps everything else in how you run […]

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GSB TV: How to Treat Your Employees Better

Your employees are absolutely essential to the operation of your business. They solve problems, interface with customers, make sales, handle daily responsibilities—all sorts of things that keep your business running and make it more successful. Studies have found that happier workers are more effective, so as a business owner one of your jobs is to […]

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A Winning Culture Starts at Home

For me, my parents’ example was a lifelong lesson in the most fundamental fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Dad pursued his two passion—religion and education—while always finding ways to keep us fed, clothed, and housed. He never put our welfare on the line. He might have been a preacher, but he never preached to us. He walked […]

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