12 things to look for when reviewing a contract


Whether you’re signing a lease agreement or a multi-million dollar service agreement for new software, contracts are a fact of life in any business. A contract review requires diligence and an eye for detail. Managing expectations, focusing on outcomes and getting the key information from vendors can also help achieve better outcomes in contract management.

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Partner with community resources to improve safety


Like many business operators, managers of a busy health club have a lot of responsibilities, including driving membership growth and retention, developing new programs to meet the latest trends, keeping the books in order and dealing with HR issues. Of course, they also have to keep everyone safe.

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Prevent boiler catastrophe with periodic inspections


A boiler is to a building as your heart is to your body: The wrong thing happens, and any other concern that may be troubling you becomes moot. Like your heart, a boiler is subject to deterioration that may not be apparent until it is too late. The only way to become aware of declining conditions and avoid catastrophic loss is through examination by a qualified person.

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College students, identity thieves want you


Ask most young adults about their valuables and they’ll probably note their car or their phone or their computer. They likely won’t mention their identity. “Why would anyone want my identity? I have no money and no credit.” Those are exactly the reasons identity thieves want them, especially if they’re college students and especially if their parents are paying for their living expenses.

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