Judith Miller

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Simple Benchmarks in a Tight Market

I know, you know, he knows, she knows, we know, they know: The market is tough!... More

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Tracking Labor Costs

Over the years Iíve asked clients and colleagues how they estimate labor costs.... More

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Discussing profit and tracking your income

My favorite definition for “net” comes from Dictionary.com. More

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Over Your Head

Variety can be a good thing, but remodeling companies that want to measure their performance against standards need to be on the same page. More

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Protect the Net

Remodelers around the country are finding the current economic climate difficult... More

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Making positive changes in the business

The three remodeling business owners profiled here still wear a lot of hats, and... More

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Success increases when company owners focus on what they like to do

Chances for success increase when company owners focus on what they like to do and... More

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Delegate using the skill/value/time matrix

Most small business owners can't find enough hours in the day to do everything... More

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Building a Client Base

Building a client base is a process that involves your entire marketing and sales... More

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Web Extra: Would You Like Insurance With That?

It's inherent in the concept of total compensation that the cost of employee benefits will limit employee wages. Health insurance, in particular, is so expensive that the hourly cost to most remodelers is equal to as much as $4 per hour. So what do you do if an employee declines coverage and then asks for the money to be applied to wages? More

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