Have you ever heard the adage: “You first eat with your eyes?” Beautiful food is more appetizing, which is why fancy restaurants spend so much time making their meals more visually appealing. Data is no different. Displaying it visually can do wonders for getting your point across. That’s what data visualization is all about.
The tool that helps bridge the “credibility gulf” is the customer testimonial. But wait a minute; don’t role your eyes and stop reading just because testimonials haven’t worked for you.
Children want to feel included. It starts on the playground and grows as their social circles widen. A way adults can help foster financial inclusion is by helping them develop an understanding of money, budgeting and saving, early in their lives.
As business lawyers, we are always keeping up on changes in the law and in Nevada, that means closely monitoring developments in the legislative sessions. The 80th session of the Nevada Legislature began on Feb. 4. The legislative session lasts 120 calendar days with June 3 designated as the final day of the session. In that short time, there is a lot to keep track of and a lot of bills that can affect Nevada businesses. In this article, we want to give you a brief introduction to some of those bills. There is way more information than we can fit in here, so think of this article as an introduction to areas you may want to follow up on later.
Both Nevada and California have hundreds of employment rules and regulations that employers must follow, and multistate employers must know how to navigate these laws in both states.
Today’s business world is so demanding that the benefits gained from having employees with real health outpace other metrics. I’ll get to those in a moment. But first, we need to look at what “real health” is.
All of us make mistakes. Acknowledging those mistakes while taking ownership demonstrates responsibility and maturity as a leader. Apologies allow us to build stronger, more trustworthy relationships with those around us. They also help us grow as professionals and in our roles as leaders. Owning our mistakes provides a great example for our team to do the same.
Here is Squitieri giving business advise and tips on how to “keep an happy aura about you.”
While the majority of these businesses have backup plans to handle all the challenges companies face from time to time, there is one thing that can be overlooked: What’s the business owner’s exit plan? In other words, what happens to the business when the owner, who built the company or has owned it for decades, wants to retire or do something else?
“How to get more clients” and “how to get more customers” are two of the more popular online search topics. Here are five easy decisions that will help answer these important questions for anyone interested in growing their customer base and personal influence.