Tag: employees

January 24, 2017

Why Does The White Rhinoceros Always Look Wrinkled?

An easy question if you think about it. Rhinos often play in mud and mainly live in desert-like hot and dry areas, banding together in herds. And if you think I am going to give you this answer now, you are wrong! But, the answer will appear at the bottom of this blog. First let’s talk about the herd roaming around in your company. What defines […]

December 18, 2016

Happy New Year… And What You Need to Do to Make Sure it is a Happy New Year

You have planned what to do on New Year’s Eve and your day off on January 1. I sincerely hope you enjoy the festivities. But, here is what you need to do in the last two weeks of this year to give your business a great start in 2017. Check with your payroll company making sure they have all the information they need to process year-end tax […]

December 6, 2016

How To Have A Merry Christmas—Next Year

Simple. Stay healthy until next year’s Christmas. Sounds too easy to be a special holiday greeting, doesn’t it? A year ago at this time I was undergoing chemotherapy, whooping cancer’s butt and today I am completely cured. How did I do that? With the help of some really great doctors. But, if I didn’t go to the doctor with a simple little complaint, we would not […]

October 18, 2016

Please, Please, Please Keep Me

Now what? Is this a political blog today? Is it about a player being traded from one baseball team to another? Or, is it an educational blog on how long you need to keep records, forms and data in your company? Yep, you guessed it. Let’s see how long you need to keep stuff. Some quiet winter day, you decide to clean out the file […]

October 11, 2016

So, Who Really Wins the Debates?

Gotcha. You were thinking about politics. Where whoever you believed in before the debate would be the winner. No doubt about it. My candidate in the presidential debate definitely won. That proves my little theory to be true. But what about the management instructions you give out? Do you think that different people could hear what you say and interpret it in two different ways? To […]