Published: jeffnala, date: April 16, 2015
In the previous blog “Being Tech Savvy Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank” the general consensus is to implement technology into your business be it as a first time user or as a way to supplement what you were already doing on the social media and technological standpoint.
Listed below is a check-list that will get you on your way to being tech savvy:
Published: jeffnala, date: April 13, 2015
the NALA has clients who have worked diligently to provide services during tax season both to individuals and businesses. Even though April 15 is identified as Tax Day, Accountants and Certified Public Accounts are there to serve you all year long in regards to taxes, payroll, bookkeeping and other financial services.
The IRS website provided the following inspiration and tax relief quotes:
"Taxes are what we pay for civilized society.'' — Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Published: jeffnala, date: April 7, 2015
"Well over half of beauty users shop for deals online, and online beauty product sales are growing; 2013 saw 19% year over year growth. Beauty pros that don’t sell online can still win by getting search-optimized content online for local shoppers that are looking for deals online."
Below see the results of a Spa and Salon survey discussing the digital world.
Published: jeffnala, date: April 3, 2015
Sometimes nothing more needs to said.
Published: jeffnala, date: March 30, 2015
For starters, your business is being neglected, and money is being wasted every time an employee is on social media during operating hours. They should not be posting images or liking pictures or playing candy crush during working hours. You are paying them to work during their entire shift. If you have caught some of these behaviors, then it is high time that you have a social media policy in the employee handbook.