IE3 The Week of May 3: Here’s What Happened
Close more, make more. What if I told you that not only could you close more sales, but I could guarantee it? Sadly, I can’t do that. But, Adams Hudson, ACCA’s ace marketing guru has some tips that will guarantee that you close more sales this summer. Read it.
It’s time to plan. I get it, no one wants to think about their death, but since it’s certain that we will all eventually die, it’s something we have to do. Not planning ahead for what will happen after you are gone could have some serious implications on your family and your business. So, IE3 has some tips to help you with your estate planning. Read it.
The High Court has its say. Last week SCOTUS gave employers some rights to seek legal review of disputes coming from EEOC claims. What does this mean for contractors? ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details. Read it.
Are you a smarty pants? Then you need to take a stab at the latest IE3 Tech Challenge. And make sure you share it with your entire team to see who can get the answer first. Test your skills.
High times for medicinal purposes. Georgia officially became the 26th state to pass legislation allowing the medicinal use of marijuana. So, how does this effect contractors in the state? ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details in her latest legal blog. Read it.
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