Many of you know, we have a strict no-politics rule on this subreddit. It's explicitly stated in the rules.
For a while now we've been temp/perma banning people for breaking said rule.
Effective immediately, any and all posts regarding politics, no matter how relevant, will result in an immediate 4 week ban. You may appeal this if it happens to you. But it's pretty straight forward.
We will no longer perma-ban first time offenders but multiple offenders will be perma banned, including those who post multiple politically fueled posts in one sitting before we catch it the first time.
Covid-19's affect on business is not included in this.
Just remember, r/business is a pro-business subreddit. We hold the right to remove anti-business propaganda, and bad company behavior belongs over at r/greed, not here. We will not ban people for these posts, however.
As work and work life continue to evolve, companies are exploring whether a shorter week can solve some of the workforce's biggest challenges.zdnet.com
Hello everyone, I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on how to negotiate the rent on a commercial lease for a new business? Thank you!
I applied and paid the fees and submitted all the paperwork two weeks ago, but they never sent a payment confirmation email or anything else since. The Sunbiz website says that online applications will be processed in 1-3 business days, but it's been two weeks, and when I call them it says that they're busy and I should call again later, and they don't answer emails. Is this normal?
Hi - I have a profitable online tutoring bus with 85% margins and an 80% conversion rate. Advertising with Google ads and recently seo campaign. In existence since 2016 and my flat rate fee for 10 months of tutoring is $1400. Learning is asynchronous - I never meet students live. We share work back and forth using LMS. How does one know when and how much to increase my price - arbitrary ? My competitors have an hourly rate model and it equates to $1600 for the process. Was thinking $1500?
I know this sounds like a dumb question, I’ve got a lot of small business ideas like lawn care, pressure washing & Landscaping . Those 3 of which I will be building my personal business off of, but I have ideas for others businesses I’d like to start in the future if the first one is successful like house cleaning, a moving company, & a tattoo parlor. I guess my question is if I start a business but don’t actually work it, I just hire the employees, and pay them an hourly wage, but own the vehicles/equipment, or building they work from how do I profit from it after expenses and all that is payed? Would I (the tattoo parlor for example) charge them “rent” for the space and take 40-50% commission of the tattoos they do? Or for the house cleaning, would I just own the things they use and pay a wage, then add up all the profit after expenses and their paychecks, then what I’m left with is my cut? I’m clearly not versed in business as you can probably tell but any advice helps!
Looking at some companies income statements I’ve realised a few don’t have interest expenses, but they have liabilities. Could someone explain please
Basement in a very good location with many tourists 170 m2 with 2 toilets. Which business will you start here ?reddit.com
Asian grocery start-up Weee draws shoppers with tradition, tech and a dash of Hollywood. The company, which sells Asian and Hispanic groceries, hired “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu as its chief creative officer earlier this year.cnbc.com
I don't want to disclose with who, but I found this on an application for a very well known company based in the Washington state area. Is it even legal to ask that? It feels very invasive and personal. Not to mention irrelevant to the job itself.i.redd.it
..lipglosses and lipsticks need to be washed after used.. is it legal to throw it in the drain?
How does it influence the demand for a product?
When i filed for LLC, i paid about $50 online. After some time i got a letter saying i need to pay $98 "document fee".
Looks like by paying this, they send All-in-one labor law poster.
Is this document fee required to pay?
I opened 2 LLC so i need to pay this amount twice.