Commercial truck insurance is a necessity for every truck company owner. But just because you need to have it does not mean that you can't take steps to keep the total cost under control. Here are three things every owner of a commercial trucking business should be doing to help keep their insurance costs manageable. Conduct Your Own Regular Safety Inspections Failing a compliance check or safety audit is a surefire way to ensure that your trucker insurance costs will go up.
8 February 2016
Opening a concession stand or trailer is a great way to start an enterprise that could eventually turn into a full time affair. However, before you can get your new business off the ground, the first thing you're going to need is cooking equipment. Depending on the type of food that you're going to serve, this could mean anything from high volume deep fryers to warming trays. The bill for this equipment could quickly add up, and you may not have the money to spare.
19 January 2016
Has it become hectic keeping up with your employees' work schedules in a manual way? It may be time for you to invest in time and attendance software, as it can provide multiple benefits for managing your employees in an efficient manner. Discover below a few helpful things about time and attendance software that can help you determine if it will be beneficial for managing your employees or not. How Can Time & Attendance Software Benefit an Employer?
11 January 2016