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  • Green cleaning the office makes sense and cents.

    Going green at the office means more than simply buying a few pot plants or recycling paper. Potentially toxic pollutants are in seemingly innocuous products such as the dishwashing liquid or the...

  • Be Alert When Leasing!

    Location, location, location! Any commercial property agent will confirm that the location mantra is one of the most important considerations for a business. If exposure to lots of feet is import...

  • Getting organised

    I am quite possibly the world’s best procrastinator when it comes to filing. My in-tray quickly becomes an in-desk and that’s in a world where so much is electronic.  As for my digital filing, we...

  • How to Be a Bad Boss

    I think there are many small business owners out there who became entrepreneurs not because they had a burning desire to be one, but because their experience of having a boss was so awful that...

  • It's a Deal! - Contract of Employment Basics

    The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), section 29 requires an employer to provide an employee with certain written terms of employment not later than the first day of commencement of emplo...

  • 10 lessons from the Desiderata

      Ten Lessons from the Desiderata for Business Owners Poetry isn’t the usual stuff of business articles but sometimes we all need a little soul food. The Desiderata is a poem written in 1927 by Am...

  • Sales Calls 101

    Selling is not easy and it is hard work but is actually quite simple. It’s a numbers game, the more calls you make, the higher your chances of making a sale. South Africans are traditionally quite...

  • Cash Flow: Things I Learned the Hard Way

    The cash flow equation is really simple: Money in, minus money out, equals X. The ‘X’ factor is perhaps the single most important factor in determining whether or not a business will survive the ...

  • Till death us do part

    Bob has been running a DIY shop for over five years. After years of 25 hour days and never having a weekend off, he has decided that he can finally leave the business in the care of his staff and...

  • The Interviewing Minefield

      If you have interviewed a job applicant in the past few years, it is almost a guarantee that you have broken the law. Sorry about the coffee stain on your shirt, but yes, unless you are a pr...