In May, the U.S. Department of Labor released a new final overtime rule, and it recently published additional guidance to flesh out certain details. The new guidance, which goes into effect on December 1, 2016, is expected to significantly reduce cash flow in many industries, including retail, manufacturing and not-for-profits. Here are the highlights, including possible implementation strategies to consider.
These days, your customers head to the Internet to comparison shop, get the facts and find out what other consumers are saying about their purchases. That's why smart marketers are using online technology to not only disseminate information, but also manage and improve communication with the buying public. Learn how to get the most out of an email marketing campaign by reading the "Full Article."
Employees should reasonably be expected to conform to certain standards when they set foot in your workplace. When it comes to a dress code, knowing where to draw the line can be tricky. It requires balancing the needs of the business and employees' expectations not to be micromanaged on matters of personal taste. Here are some guidelines.
The key to maintaining a healthy balance of money flowing in and out of your business is to understand the cash cycle and take steps to improve it. Enterprises that successfully practice good cash management generally survive and prosper. Here are a dozen ways to help increase your company's cash flow.