2 Reasons To Hire A Headhunter To Help You Find A Good Job

Posted on: 30 December 2015

If you have a degree and experience in marketing and are having trouble finding a job, you may want to consider hiring a marketing headhunter for help. Headhunters are job recruiters who not only help companies find employees, but also help people find jobs. If you really want a good job, hiring a marketing headhunter might be a good route to take. Here are two reasons to give this option a try. [Read More]

3 Potential Reasons Why You're Paying Too Much For Commercial Insurance

Posted on: 14 December 2015

As a business owner, you surely understand why it is important to carry commercial insurance. Various types of insurance coverage can protect you from potential lawsuits, can protect your commercial building, can help you ensure that you are compliant with local laws and more. Therefore, the idea of dropping your coverage is probably a big no-no. However, you might wish that you did not have to pay out as much in commercial insurance premiums as you do. [Read More]

Choosing Software For Your Debt Collection Business

Posted on: 26 November 2015

Today's debt collection companies have to be more sophisticated to keep up with people who are delinquent or past due on accounts. Choosing the right collections software can make your job easier, helping you and your staff to recover more money in less time. Here are a few key features you should look for in your debt collections software. Skip Tracing Coordination If you use a skip tracing service to track down people on your collections lists, you'll want to make sure that you have a software program that works with your skip tracing service's setup. [Read More]

Boosting Your Pet Sales By Making Pets More Accessible

Posted on: 5 November 2015

Pet stores are places where people want to interact with the critters they are thinking about buying. People want to cuddle with puppies and kittens and see reptiles, rodents, and birds at play. This can be difficult when you have fragile pets that you don't want handled frequently, such as snakes, tarantulas, or chinchillas. If you want your customers to consider buying your shyer or more fragile pets, you need to come up with creative ways to help your animals interact with their potential new owners. [Read More]