3 Ways You Can Use A Strong Interest Inventory To Find Your Next Career Path

Many Americans are quick to jump into a career path without really thinking about whether or not they're actually interested in the responsibilities and tasks that the position requires. It's probably because of this reason that 52.3% of Americans are unhappy at work. Considering the amount of time you spend at work, the last thing you want to do is be completely uninterested in what you're doing. If you don't even know what will make you happy, consider using the type of information you can obtain from a Strong Interest Inventory (SSI) to help you choose your next career path. Read More 

Why You Need Employment Law Consultants For Your Small Business

After securing capital to fund your small business and get it up and running, you hardly have enough money to permanently hire a law firm to advise you on legal issues. At the same time, it is challenging to deal with legal matters because getting anything wrong in this area can spell doom for your small business. In such a case, employment law consultants can come in handy because they can offer legal services when the need arises. Read More 

3 Tips Of Due Diligence When Buying A Laundromat

In 2008, the laundry industry in the United States brought in about $4.36 billion. Because of this lucrative potential, you can work to earn a piece of this pie by opening up your own laundromat. Before running out and spending any money, you will need to do your due diligence on buying a laundromat. To know what these steps entail, you can start with the three tips below.  Tip #1: Focus on the lease Read More 

Reasons Why You Should Consider Increasing Manager Training

If you are the owner of a company, there is a good chance that you want your managers to be adding to the overall efficacy of all of your employees. One way to improve you managers' performance is to improve their training. This is a significant investment of time and money and it might be difficult for you to justify the expense, but here are some reasons why training your managers improves overall business performance. Read More 

Is A Career In The Fire Protection Industry Right For You?

With the construction market beginning to reclaim its pre-recession highs, building engineers, architects, and other construction professionals are seeing an expansion in the number of jobs available and an increase in the salary and benefits offered for many jobs. Indeed, the number of construction workers needed to keep up with demand is predicted to rise faster than average during the next decade, making the construction industry a good career choice for many beginning (or reevaluating) their careers. Read More