Blog Tag: strategic planning
Mass power outages.
We live and work in a world where catastrophic events happen and businesses are forced to close down for days, weeks, months – sometimes longer. To avoid a massive loss that could permanently close your doors, you need a solid disaster recovery plan.
It's been said that "a comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there." Perhaps Wayne Simmonds knew this when he began selling dust mop services for an up-and-coming franchise business known as Dust-Tex in the late 1950s. Fresh from active duty in the U.S. Navy, Wayne returned to Omaha, Nebraska with his young family and worked for the business until it was eventually acquired by American Uniform Company.
Change is in the Air
The transition to a new administration often creates the expectation for change – change in legislation and policies that, among many things, could significantly impact the way businesses operate in the United States. Most would describe the Trump administration as “employer friendly,” which has caused speculation that federal oversight regarding employment practices liability (EPL) will be less aggressive under our new President. Sounds like positive news for employers, right? Well, not so fast.