Consider the following before hiring a business consultant

Sep 08, 17 Consider the following before hiring a business consultant

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Hiring a consultant to assist your firm with short-term projects is common in business since more organizations are cutting costs and looking at reducing their human resources. Here are a few things to consider before hiring a business consultant. The knowledge approach – If you have a straightforward job that doesn’t require much involvement from other staff members, hiring a consultant is a good idea. A consultant will help to resolve your problem and be able to solve it within a very short period, provided they are given access to all the information they need. The people approach – Consultants that follow the people approach are becoming more popular as they work with an organization’s staff and provide knowledge and learning that can be used in the future. However, this approach will take more time and therefore be costlier. Know the problem – Understand what the problem is and gather as much information as you can before finding a consultant. Using this approach will help a consultant understand the issues a company is facing and be able to provide a solution within a shorter time. Does the company need a consultant – Lyle Charles suggests that If the problem you have has been attempted by many teams within your firm and you are unable to reach a solution, a consultant’s expertise may be a good way to resolve an issue. However, if your staff have not assessed the problem, it is best to instruct them to look into the issue before you look for a consultant. Other sources of help – Look at speaking to other companies about their experiences on similar issues. Although this can be true for certain issues, some technical problems may require the help of a construction consultant....

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What is premises liability law?

Aug 27, 17 What is premises liability law?

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Blog written by Barry K. Rothman. Premises liability law, holds landlords and tenants responsible when someone enters their property and as a result, is hurt. This law is based on negligence and can be different to personal injury situations. The most common injury is slip and fall cases, which are caused by wet floors, snow and ice, unmarked obstacles, and faulty stairs. Cases also arise due to vicious animals, open swimming pools, broken elevators, and unruly customers or guests. Plaintiffs will have to file a suit against the owners, landlords, business owners, residential tenants, maintenance companies, and or other parties that control the property. The laws for premises liability will characterize the injured based on the reason he/she entered the premises. Plaintiffs who entered without permission are considered “trespassers.” Social guests and others who entered for their purposes are labeled as “licensees.” Finally, those who entered to further the purpose of the landowner such as a business customer are considered “invitees.” The law will award each group different levels of protection from harm. Traditional laws state that the landowners have no legal responsibility to keep trespassers safe. However, if the owner knew that trespassers were present, and failed to warn them about dangers, they could be held liable. Regarding licensees, the landowner has to warn them of dangers that the licensees are unlikely to discover on their own. Invitees (customers) are given the most protection. In this case, the landowners must inspect the premises and make sure it is safe for these individuals. Blog written by Barry K. Rothman. Read Barry K. Rothman reviews online to see how this boutique law firm helps clients throughout the entertainment industry strike a fair...

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How to hire an interim manager?

May 11, 17 How to hire an interim manager?

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Written by Lyle Charles Interim managers are hired as business or project leaders to manage a project or an area of a company. Often interim managers are hired through interim short-term management services that offer their clients a selection of experts who have a high level of performance and a strong track record of achieving results. Is an interim manager necessary? – Firstly look within your organization for the skills and expertise you require. You may be surprised to learn that you have already hired an employee who is perfect for the role. Think about your ideal candidate – Look at the qualities, skills, and experience that you are looking for in an ideal candidate and create a job description using these details. Use a reputable interim provider – A reputable interim provider will provide you with a list of candidates who will possess the right management skills for your company. Don’t delay recruitment decisions – Good quality interim managers are rare and hired quickly, therefore if you have a need for one, it is best to start the recruitment process quickly. Cultural fit – The candidate you select should be able to hit the ground running and therefore should grasp what is required of them within five working days. However, the right fit will greatly depend on the interim manager’s work ethics, communication skills, and overall attitude compared to your company’s work culture. Construction projects often require the services of an interim manager as an interim manager can help the project run smoothly and offer an outside perspective. Most construction projects benefit from hiring construction claims consultants as interim managers, because of their skills and experience on handling and mitigation construction claims. ______________________________________________________________ Lyle Charles is a construction consultants for commercial construction projects across the United...

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