The Small Business Owner's Guide to A Good Night's Sleep

The Small Business Owner's Guide to A Good Night's Sleep

Preventing and Solving Chronic and Costly Problems

Book - 2001 | 1st ed.
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You round the corner going to your office and see a local news van in your parking lot. And a recognized reporter is talking to your receptionist-who looks upset. Are you ready for this? How would you respond to embezzlement? How about allegations of sexual harassment? Or a serious accident involving a company vehicle? Debra Traverso tells you how to prepare for the surprises most likely to throw small businesses off course. She helps you anticipate both predictable hurdles and devastating ordeals so that no crisis will catch you off guard. You`ll have a plan for response, even if your best employee resigns, taking your best client. Some inflated invoices are discovered by your accountant. The company's chief product is losing market share-fast. Another company claims you`ve illegally used their logo. A customer is complaining in an online chat room about your product. The EPA finds environmental hazards on your property. Get ready. No need to waste emotions, time, money, and resources when a crisis hits. You CAN get a good night`s sleep!
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Bloomberg Press, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781576600474
1576600475
Branch Call Number: 658.022 TRAVERS
Characteristics: xiii, 235 p. ; 23 cm.

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