Inheriting From an Italian Relative? What Should You Know?

Posted on: 13 March 2017

If you've recently received word that your Italy-domiciled parent, grandparent, or other relative has passed away, you may be busy making arrangements to attend the funeral or memorial service. Learning that you're set to inherit a portion of your deceased relative's estate is generally good news -- but receiving Italian inheritances in particular can obligate you in some ways you may not expect. Read on to learn more about Italian inheritance law and how the estate disposition process may be much different from others you've observed on U.
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New Business Owner's Guide To Fire Safety

Posted on: 6 March 2017

If you're a new business owner, you've already learned that this hat comes with a great deal of responsibility. With this windfall of work, you have a responsibility to keep your building safe for your employees, as well as your customers. This is particularly the case when it comes to fire safety. In addition to a standard fire alarm and sprinkler system, make sure you know what other additions you need to make to achieve this goal.
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Four Ways An Executive Coach Can Help Your Managerial Team Be As Great As It Can Be

Posted on: 2 March 2017

The management team in your business is important because they ensure that everyone is doing what they are supposed to do and are setting the example for your employees to follow. When you promote someone to a management position, they will need some form of coaching to help them learn how to be the best manager that they can be. The guide below walks you through a few benefits of hiring a professional executive coach to teach your management team how to do their jobs properly.
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3 Effective Ways To Reduce Your Company's Employee Turnover Rates

Posted on: 23 January 2017

High employee turnover rates may be costlier to your business than you realize. In addition to onboarding and initial training expenses, there are advertising and general interview costs to consider. Employee turnover can negatively affect your employees' productivity levels and overall engagement levels as well. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help reduce your company's employee turnover rates and therefore increase your production levels and profit margins.
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