Replacing unhappy employees can cost up to 400% of their annual salary. Shockingly, two-third of managers don’t see that as a big problem to their company. A poll by Right Management
indicated that 68% of the managers are not actively engaged in their employees’ career development.
Continue reading “Can you afford a negative corporate culture?”
If you’re an entrepreneur, budget is most likely a primary concern. Given the seemingly limitless options, founders struggle to direct spending into areas where they will get the most return. Our clients identify these 5 business competencies as having the highest priority for their companies.
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As the seller of a company, the non-financial aspects of due diligence may feel like the most invasive, vexing and time wasting (insert frustrated adjective here
) part of making the sale. Many selling leadership teams do not realize the extent of down-right nosiness that goes along with selling a company. This is especially true of those who are involved in their first sale.
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Which has more value to your corporate bank account – revenue generated by selling off some old equipment out of your back office or revenue generated as a result of a finely tuned well-documented repeatable marketing campaign?
Continue reading “All Dollars Are Not Created Equally”