Firing an employee means terminating his services from the organization as per the decision taken by the management. Generally firing an employee is not an easy task, it is also an unpleasant experience to do so. However, most of the time it becomes ..
Firing an independent contractor is a error in terms. As they are not an employee, they cannot exactly be "fired". That's not to say, however, that you don't have options as an employer.
When it comes time for a business relationship to end, different business owners sever the bond in different ways. Whether they face the end with pragmatism, sadness or fear, sometimes all they can do is to cut the ties.
Working in the same office for nearly 14 years, Sue and Jane not only were able to cover for each other over holidays and sickness - but they had also built up a great friendship too. When their boss had retired, he had sold his engineering business - with the result that Sue and Jane found themselves being made redundant...
While a home based business has many advantages and perks, it also has its share of disadvantages. Before firing your boss and opening the doors of your own home based business, it’s good to be aware of these things so that you can plan for them and also keep your expectations realistic.
When an employee fails to meet the status quo of their job, firing someone can be difficult. Though many employers would like to let go of their “problem employee”, employers can be hesitant to do so. Over the past couple of years, our country’s judicial system has passed various laws that have made the process of firing an unwanted employee much more challenging. PEO's can make this dreary process easier for you, the small business employer.
Are you suffering from "disappearing clients" syndrome? Chances are that you're frustrated because your clients seem to lack commitment, and you constantly have to replace clients. Your clients start missing appointments after a few weeks or months, only to drop out altogether, usually far short of their goal.
Do you struggle to get clients? Does it feel like an uphill battle? What if you could PULL clients to you instead of chasing after them? Discover 5 ways to PULL new clients to you and grow your business in the process.
There's always been a question in my intake packet for private clients titled, "What is holding you back or slowing your progress?", as it relates to attracting the clients they need. Having worked with many hundreds of clients over the years, I've seen it ALL. Many question their ability to bring VALUE into the marketplace and this costs them lots of potential clients. See how, and what to do about it, in this article.
You put effort in to getting clients and you want to keep them. Loyal and happy clients rave about the work you do. They are a great source of referrals and testimonials. Discover 14 ways to satisfy your clients by exceeding their expectations.
Downsizing is the best policy
PULLING clients in is not only more FUN than pushing hard, it's MUCH easier. Who wouldn't rather have clients call THEM rather than pounding the pavement? Problem is, very few solo-entrepreneurs actually do anything about PULLING clients in. Most just wait for clients to come to them, with little strategy involved. For me, it's all about the Irresistible F.R.E.E. Offer and this article will walk you through how to create one
Today we’re going to talk about how to always have clients: not just clients once in awhile, but to always have clients consistently.
Becoming an expert will help you get more clients because clients want to work with experts. Experts are more valuable. Experts are in demand. Discover how becoming a specialist will make getting clients take MUCH less effort and what to do in order to position yourself as a specialist.
Are you struggling to get more clients booked? You’re certainly not alone. In fact, according to a recent survey, the biggest challenge for many of you was the question “How do I get more clients?” In today’s article I share 5 things you MUST do in order to get more clients booked. Are you doing these on a daily basis?