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Category: Small Business

Change Your Future – No More Time Card Pain

Posted on 12 Mar 2016

“People won’t change until the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change.” The internet cites many sources for this quote, but whoever first said it really understands human behavior. And since humans own and run companies, this truth has both personal and business implications. We frequently hear the story. The […]
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Posted in: General Interests, Small Business, The Chronotek Advantage,

Building a Business: Change Happens

Posted on 09 Mar 2016

In this last installment of our Building a Business series we’re going to talk about change. Change is inevitable. In our second post of this series, Focus on Service Done Well, we discussed staying committed to your core purpose as a small business. This laser-like focus doesn’t imply that your business won’t undergo or implement […]
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Posted in: Chronotek Tips, General Interests, Small Business,

Building a Business: The Golden Rule

Posted on 08 Mar 2016

The Golden Rule states, “do to others what you would have them do to you.” Notice that it doesn’t say “don’t do to others what you don’t want done to you.” Therefore, “do to others” implies an active engagement of treating others in the way that you want to be treated.  And most people want […]
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Posted in: Chronotek Tips, General Interests, Small Business,

Building a Business: Choosing Vendor Partners

Posted on 02 Mar 2016

How did your fantasy football season go? You may be rethinking your draft strategy for next season or at least questioning some of the picks you made last Fall. A small business owner drafts players for his team in terms of his vendor partners.  His business success depends upon winning relationships with quality vendor partners. […]
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Posted in: Chronotek Tips, General Interests, Small Business,

Building a Business: Focus on Service Done Well

Posted on 29 Feb 2016

I saw this situation unfold just the other day in my own backyard.  Two brothers were playing ball next door and the older, more experienced one wound up and threw a perfect pitch to his father.  I knew that he was the star pitcher on his travel team. Then the younger brother says ‘me too’ […]
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Posted in: Chronotek Tips, Small Business,

Building a Business: Great Companies Help People

Posted on 27 Feb 2016

Many businesses enter the new year with goals to improve their practices and bolster their bottom line. So how is it going?  In this new series, we want to help by sharing a few things we’ve learned in our 20 years of growing a successful telephone timekeeping business. We believe that great companies are those […]
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Posted in: Chronotek Tips, General Interests, Small Business,

Obamacare Q & A: Does Your Company Qualify – ALE

Posted on 15 Feb 2016

It’s a daunting task to determine if your business is required to comply with ObamaCare’s Affordable Care Act (ACA). In this third post of our series, ObamaCare Q & A, our guest blogger, Matt Lapointe, an attorney and ACA expert with Wetherington Hamilton, P.A. in Tampa, Florida, will clarify the definition of an Applicable Large Employer […]
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Posted in: Affordable Care Act (ACA) Obamacare, Features-Hot Topics, Small Business, Timekeeping News,

ObamaCare Q & A: 50 Employee Rule Defined

Posted on 12 Feb 2016

The Affordable Care Act 50 employee rule is cause for some discussion.  In our last post we introduced Matt Lapointe, who is an attorney with Wetherington Hamilton, P.A. in Tampa, Florida.  Matt is an expert on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and it’s our privilege to host him as a guest blogger in our ObamaCare […]
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Posted in: Affordable Care Act (ACA) Obamacare, General Interests, Small Business, Timekeeping News,

ObamaCare Q & A Series

Posted on 11 Feb 2016

We’ve been preparing for it. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is imposing new numbers on small businesses.  Like death and taxes, it’s something we’d like to avoid, but unfortunately we can’t.  The best alternative is to be prepared and gain an understanding of its implications for your business. In our new blog series, ObamaCare Q […]
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Posted in: Affordable Care Act (ACA) Obamacare, Features-Hot Topics, General Interests, Small Business, Timekeeping News,

Landmark Books Outline Success for Business Owners

Posted on 02 Sep 2015

Our most recent blog series entitled Managing Remote Employees dealt with the common challenges that small business owners face and suggested many creative management practices that can be implemented with a telephone and app-based timekeeping system.  In addition to having good management practices in place, a small business owner must have at the core of […]
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Posted in: General Interests, Small Business,

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