You probably weigh your options before determining what to purchase and when, especially if a large amount of money is involved. And if you consider buying a business, it is especially important to do your due diligence. Most entrepreneurs are familiar with the phrase, if not the concept. However, do you know what "due diligence" entails?
Owning a small business can be unpredictable. You can be well-versed in your business, have a great strategy and still get blindsided with an event that devastates your business.
No one talks about micromanaging in a positive light. Managers do not like to do it, and employees do not like experiencing it.
In many markets, competition is fierce. Companies are more than what they sell. Whether you are in the business of goods or services, there is more to your corporation that what you produce.
As unemployment numbers continue to decline in California and throughout the U.S., the burden at the negotiation table has shifted to the employer to provide the best benefits.