When your business begins to grow, it is important that you, as the leader, begin thinking about the importance of your company’s appearance. There are a lot of areas that can be covered on a large scale, from moving to a more prominent office location to creating a new, more user friendly website. Often, many businesses pay more attention to big changes and skip out on smaller ones that can make your office look and feel more professional, without draining your company’s coffers.
One of the simplest, most cost effective things that your business can invest in is rubber stamps. These basic office supplies can go a long way in making your business appear larger and more professional, not only to employees, but to customers and suppliers as well. Here are a few ways how basic and customized rubber stamps can help your business stand out from your competition.
Welcome to our weekly business basics post! This week we decided to explore a specialized legal entity called a professional corporation (PC). Now most of those who know a little bit about corporate law probably know that there are two, main types of corporations – S-Corps, and C-Corps. But in addition to these, there are a few other specialized structures that are important to keep under the belt of a small business, like the professional corporation.
So what is a professional corporation?
Working with a vendor offers certain advantages to a business. For example, ordering becomes a simple process and overall efficiency is improved. In most cases, the business enjoys a cost savings as well as less stress. Overall, the right vendor can make life easier for a business owner.
But there are lots of things to consider before going into business with a vendor. One of the top priorities is how that relationship will affect the future of your business.
Besides finding a vendor that can meet your needs, it is also important to find one that has good reputation. Associating with a company that is less than reputable can reflect poorly on your business.
Finding the perfect employee for your small business can leave you caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place. You want to hire a candidate who is enthusiastic and a good fit for the position and prepared to work hard. But your budget may not allow you to pay them more beyond hourly wage or provide the full set of full time hours that they want.
Meanwhile, your current staff can’t cope with the extra work, and having an extra pair of hands would be more than welcome. So what is the solution? Continue reading
BOO! Halloween is here! Time to break out festive decoration and the office candy jar. When decorating for the spooky season there are a few things to keep in mind. Although you may want to turn the office into a haunted house complete with ghouls and goblins, too much décor is probably not the way to go. Consider the following tips before you decorate the office. Continue reading