2nd Quarter 2020 Introduction

My how things have changed. You know, of course, that they’re not finished changing. While you look down the road as far as you can see, you must keep one hand on the wheel. Your Business of Valuation newsletter is here to help you do that.

Employees and former employees are telling a story about what it’s like to work in your practice. We have tips on how you can shape that story. You’ve probably heard that “the squeaky wheel gets the grease.” Guest columnist, Ellen Warden, explains why that may not be the best approach. Even if your interviewing is on hold, you should be preparing to test for technical competence. We cover the why and the how. Finally, bringing your team back into the office will likely trigger the good feelings and teamwork you’d like to see. You’ll need to be prepared, though, if that ‘honeymoon’ ends.

We want you to get more out of this newsletter than the time you put into reading it. We always welcome your comments and suggestions for information that would be useful in your practice. We also invite you to contribute material. Send us an email to: JohnB@BorrowmanBaker.com

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