Painlessly Cut Overhead

From using more freelance help to turning off computer monitors after work, small business owners can find several ways to save
By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

    Axing benefits, laying off employees, nixing the bonus: these all hurt your most important resource. And when your employees aren’t happy, that hurts your bottom like and evokes Scrooge-like feelings that are not pleasant for you. Most businesses the... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 103

Issue 103
August/September 2009

Cover Story

Profiles

Nick Lyons

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Pulaski Tickets & Tours

My Turn

Ahead of the Competition

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Cash is Scarce, Fraud Is Up: New Self-Defense For Small Business

Economic Trends

Achievements in Economic Development Recognized

Special Article

How Government, Business and Nonprofit Agencies Can Be More Efficient

Last Page

How Quick Can You Get to the Guts of Your Business?

Where Are They Now

Frank Hale