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What to Do When an Employee Is Terminated

Posted by Rayanne Buchianico on  September 10, 2020
Category: Business Tips
Every company should have a strict process to follow when an employee leaves the company, no matter what type of termination it is – voluntary or involuntary. Here’s a checklist you can use to compare to your own process so that you can either confirm you’re on the right track or add some ideas to improve your current methods. 1. Collect the resignation letter. While so many things are remote these days, you MUST get
The purpose of marketing is, in part, about creating relationships with customers and prospects. While traditional advertising is a standard way of letting prospects know more about you, it’s not always the most creative way to connect. To spice up your marketing, let’s explore six unusual ways to connect with customers. 1. Celebrate an obscure or fun holiday. For example, August 27 is National Just Because Day.  It’s a day to do random things, which
Paying bills is never fun, but paying bills you shouldn’t pay in the first place is even worse. There are many risks that can part a small business owner with their hard-earned cash, and here are five to watch out for when it comes to your bill-paying process. 1. Fraudulent invoices Some companies will send marketing documents disguised as invoices to businesses. You may have to read the fine print to notice it’s not really
If revenue hasn’t come back as fast as you expected it to, it may be time to review your budget and determine if some planned expenses can be cut. Here are five places to look to do just that. 1. Travel Since most events have been moved online or cancelled altogether, you can likely redirect any money you’ve budgeted for travel this year to other more urgent expenses. And if you have prepaid these items,
Many families and small business owners have seen decreases in income over the last several months. Money struggles can cause us to experience stress and worry, and none of us need that right now. Instead we need to boost our immune systems and decrease stress. Here are some tips on how we can take back control of our finances and reduce our stress around money. 1. Assess your situation. Take an inventory of your bank