Business Issues

Why Employees Leave Part 2

Why Employees Leave Part 2
By Christina Suter on Feb 22, 2020 at 06:00 AM in Business Issues

Owners of even the smallest business have someone who helps them, whether it's a spouse, friend, editor, or site developer. Those people, if paid, are your employees. Career experts suggest looking at the position you're trying to fill as though you are the employee who is contemplating on whether to apply for your listed position or not. There was an article in the LA Times Oct 21, 2012, titled, 'Beware: Warning Signs when Choosing Next Job' that suggested using the following questions as the basis for your job research:

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Radio: Why Employees Leave Part 2

Radio: Why Employees Leave Part 2
By Christina Suter on Feb 20, 2020 at 05:00 AM in Business Issues

Owners of even the smallest business have someone who helps them, whether it's a spouse, friend, editor, or site developer. Those people, if paid, are your employees. Career experts suggest looking at the position you're trying to fill as though you are the employee who is contemplating on whether to apply for your listed position or not.

Tune in today, Thursday, February 20, 2020, at 8 am and 2pm PST to listen to the Ask Christina First Radio Show at https://amazingwomenofpower.com/radio/christina-suter/.

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Why Employees Leave

Why Employees Leave
By Christina Suter on Feb 15, 2020 at 07:00 AM in Business Issues

I read an article that included some statistical information on why people move on from their jobs and I thought it worth sharing. According to the article on www.hrmorning.com, the primary reason people change jobs is due to downsizing or restructuring. 

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Radio: Why Employees Leave

Radio: Why Employees Leave
By Christina Suter on Feb 13, 2020 at 05:00 AM in Business Issues

The primary reason people change jobs is due to downsizing or restructuring. But the secondary and tertiary reasons are ones you, the employer may be able to help prevent.

Tune in today, Thursday, February 13, 2020, at 8am and 2pm PST to www.https://amazingwomenofpower.com/radio/christina-suter/ listen to the Ask Christina First Radio Show to hear what you can do to improve employee retention.

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Goodhearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Pt. 2

Goodhearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Pt. 2
By Christina Suter on Feb 08, 2020 at 07:00 AM in Business Issues

Do you pay your employees too much? If you don't value your time, you probably pay employees what you think you would want to be paid, but you're actually paying yourself less. Are your employees your friends who you want to treat well? Do you just like the feeling of being generous?

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Radio: Goodhearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Pt. 2

Radio: Goodhearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Pt. 2
By Christina Suter on Feb 06, 2020 at 04:00 AM in Business Issues

If you don't value your time, you probably pay employees what you think you would want to be paid, but you are actually paying yourself less. Are your employees your friends who you want to treat well? Do you just like the feeling of being generous? Protecting your bottom line means making sure the doors of your business remain open.

Tune in today, Thursday, February 6, 2020, to listen to the Ask Christina First Radio show on https://amazingwomenofpower.com/radio/christina-suter/ at 8 am and 2 pm PST to listen.

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Good Hearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Part 1

Good Hearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line Part 1
By Christina Suter on Jan 25, 2020 at 06:00 AM in Business Issues

The culture of America as a whole, and especially amongst many small business owners is-- we don’t want to be thoughtless in our business. We are anti-big-business because it can be heartless, greedy, and does not revolve around a human or good belief system. It is absolutely possible to be a conscious-minded, kind, or good-hearted business owner, and not have it negatively affect your bottom line.

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Radio: Good Hearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line

Radio: Good Hearted Business Owner & The Bottom Line
By Christina Suter on Jan 23, 2020 at 04:00 AM in Business Issues

If, by nature, you are a generous person and want to run and own a generous business, be sure to value your time and efforts. Price your products and pay yourself and your employees appropriately.

Tune in today, Thursday, January 23, 2020, to listen to the Ask Christina First Radio show on https://amazingwomenofpower.com/radio/christina-suter/ at 8 am and 2 pm PST to learn how to balance employee relationships and good-hearted business.

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Curb Your Business Expenses

Curb Your Business Expenses
By Christina Suter on Jan 18, 2020 at 07:00 AM in Business Issues

Business expenses are broken down into two categories-- fixed and variable. Fixed expenses are the core expenses that don’t fluctuate. Fixed expenses have a monthly payment commitment, a contract, or an agreement, and require a specific payment amount. Variable expenses are those business expenses that vary, or change, and aren’t essential to keeping your business running. The management of both expenses and the way to curb your business expenses boils down to tracking.

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Radio: Curb Your Business Expenses

Radio: Curb Your Business Expenses
By Christina Suter on Jan 16, 2020 at 05:00 AM in Business Issues

As a business owner, you must be willing to track your business, how many customers do you have, how much do you spend on advertising, how many people are visiting your website? Answering these questions will help you to evaluate what to cut.

Tune in today, Thursday, January 16, 2020, to listen to the Ask Christina First Radio show on https://amazingwomenofpower.com/radio/christina-suter/ at 8 am and 2 pm PST to learn how to curb your business expenses.

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