May 5, 2015
Helpful KPIs

Helpful KPI’s

By: Michael Scott Scudder Hi everyone!  A little different between-newsletters-blog today.  No A/V this time, just a few KPI’s that may help you, from our not-quite-yet-completed 1st Quarter Business Results Survey. Responses to-date representing well over 700 facilities. Full infographic-type report will be coming to you via private […]
May 5, 2015
Independent Contractor

Is Your Independent Contractor Truly Independent?

By: Melissa Knowles One of the most egregious misclassifications I see frequently in our industry is the 1099 “employee”.  The fact that I hear many refer to their independent contractors as 1099 employees is a true tell that these employers are getting it wrong.  You’re either an independent […]
May 5, 2015
Alter Ego Myth

ALTER-EGO LIABILITY DEMYSTIFIED Don’t Put Your Personal Assets at Risk

By: Johnathan M. Hill, Esq. If you’ve ever been told that setting up company, be it a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), would insulate you from personal liability, what you got was only part of the story. While it’s true that one of the major benefits […]
May 5, 2015
Stalled Sales

Have Your Gym Membership Sales Stalled?

By: Jim Thomas This is all too common. We receive a phone call from a club owner who indicates they need help with marketing. They don’t have enough people to talk to. Now, at a certain level, this may be true, but when you investigate further, you find […]