From Employee to Employer

A worker in meat plant gets flat on their way to work and with that amounts the fourth warning. Not long after arriving they are called into the managers office and after hearing reasoning they are asked to leave. Considering it a sign the meat plant worker decides it’s time to start their own business. Many are […]

The Benefits of Women-Owned Small Businesses

If you have ever wondered how to go about receiving a government contract, now is the perfect time to start looking into the opportunity. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) issued a final rule on October 14th authorizing federal agencies to award sole-source contracts to women-owned small businesses. The federal government has a goal of awarding […]

Do you want to fire an employee?

Changes that affect Employers Your secretary is late one hour yet again this morning and she still has not prepared the report that you have been asking her to do for the past week. As an employer the first solution that comes to mind is to fire her? While it seems like the best idea […]

Defining Your Anti-buyer

Anti-buyer is the new black. Okay, not exactly. But it is a trending topic and it’s important. Meet Kayla. Kayla is 28 years old and single. She lives in a loft-style apartment in Austin, TX, the city in which she graduated college. She enjoys being close to Austin’s social scene. She has a job in […]