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February 2016

 

Texting and Driving

Keep your employees’ hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. There are many scenarios in which employers have been found liable for injuries — here’s what you can do to limit liability.

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Financing and Bonding Growth Opportunities

Larger projects require significantly more investment up front and usually require a longer period of time for the contractor to get paid. Here’s how to gain access to working capital and take advantage of opportunities within your operational capacity.

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The Problem with Listening to Customers

Customer insight is about short term tactics that lead to deeper discounts, price matching, improved service, less inventory and more automation.

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Build Your Company’s Profitability

Implementing new procedures and ideas is change. Most employees hate change. As the leader, you must give them reasons for the changes, ask for their input and remind them of why the company is doing new things.

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Drug Testing: Legal Implications of Your Company Policy

One very unfortunate accident by an employee under-the-influence could cost a large company significantly or a small company everything.

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Wall Street Roughed up to Begin 2016

The HVACR Business Stock Index also faltered, shedding 126.72 points, or 11.14 percent, and ending at 1010.83. Declining issues nearly shut out advancing issues at a 32-to-1 count.

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Product Focus: Commercial Chillers & VRFs

The latests and greatest products in Commercial Chillers and VRFs category.

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Chris Hunter, owner of Hunter Heat & Air

Chris Hunter, owner of Hunter Heat & Air, discusses making the transition from service truck to the office, differentiating from competitors and attracting employees with a great company culture.

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