It's arguably on of the biggest walk offs in recent history for the childcare industry. Where do Childcare Centres stand? What do the educators want to achieve after the September 7 mass strike? Find out the latest here.
It’s hard enough running a business that constantly strives to keep the operating costs down, but now with the newly introduced mandatory wage increase of a further 3.3% what can Childcare do to retain their profit margin? We have 5 tips to help your Childcare business keep a healthy bottom line.
Knowing where a business is and where it needs to be, forms only the start understanding this week’s topic. The ideal cycle of business has an owner, that is, a person or persons, who are responsible for the business as an entity and who have taken on the risk for operating that business. The owner then invests time to build a team, who in turn, services the business’ customers, providing revenue for the business and dividends back to the owner. This can be simply depicted in the following diagram:
Time is running out.
If you want to take a few simple preventative measures to minimise or defer how much tax you will pay for this Financial Year, you need to do two things:
“The cloud” is a phrase that means something very different these days, due to the increasing use of cloud computing. But what exactly is cloud computing? And is it a good option for small businesses?
Your childcare business may be running fine at the moment, but what will happen if there's a major problem? Here are four ways to prepare it for disaster.
There’s a lot more to running a childcare business than just looking after children.
Setting up a new childcare centre is a big commitment, both to yourself and to the children you will ultimately be looking after.
There’s a saying in business, “You can go broke making a profit.” And another, “Cash is king. Profit is theory.”
Think back to the days before you started your business, when you were working for a boss. Chances are you were rewarded for your hard work with a regular salary.
For many, the word ‘budget’ is about as appealing as the word ‘diet’. It seems to imply what you will go without, rather than what you will achieve.