As 2020 walks out the door and we begin to welcome 2021, we talk about how today's economics impacts small businesses.
A recent poll suggests that employees really do NOT want a casual workplace. Join us on this episode as we discuss the implications of your workplace policies on your staff and business.
Melanie Rembrandt joins us on this episode where we talk about public relations for small businesses. How can you make the media work for you? What you need to do different than the big guys? How to get started if nobody has even heard about you in local and national media. You don't want to miss this awesome interview. For more info on Melanie's company, visit https://rembrandtwrites.com/
In this episode, Justin and Kevin interview Al Leiby. Mr Leiby is former US Air Force and currently project manager at Profit 911 Consulting. We will discuss how the principles used by the Air Force to keep fighter jets running can help make your business a dominant force in small business as well.
Is formal education valuable to entrepreneurs? Does an ivy league prestige school matter? To find out company president Justin Miller recently enrolled in an entrepreneurship course at Harvard Business School Online. Listen to his thoughts, insights, and opinions on if this is a valuable investment or waste of time and money.
Tales of employee drama from the dark-side. A humorous look on employment gone wrong, crazy employee behavior, and stories of staff that missed the mark. Don't miss this humorous episode about a serious topic.
We explore all about domestic and international outsourcing for small businesses. What can be outsourced, how to find the right people/company to hire, and some of the pitfalls to avoid. Special guest and VA expert Bryan Durkin joins us on this episode.