One of the first articles of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 was allowing young adults to stay on their parents plan until age 26.
With the changing of seasons comes changes in the workplace along with changes in dress code. This is the time of year when employees typically stretch the dress code policies to try new styles and wardrobe trends. Consistent and uniform enforcement not only reduces potential liability exposure, but also prevents the slow deterioration of your dress code policy in the workplace.
While digital communication and social media so vital to business, have you let your in-person communication fall to the side? Have you become uncomfortable with face-to-face communication and sales calls? Or never even started it? Face-to-face relationship building is vital to grow your business and continue to flourish.