6 Tips To Make Your Workplace Safer

From the Desk of Ryan Binkley

Hello and welcome to our May 2018 eNewsletter. I hope that 2018 is progressing well for both you and your business.

As many of you are aware, workplace safety has become an important topic the last few years. Not long ago it was primarily a concern for heavy manufacturing industries where employees were exposed to machinery and chemicals that could be harmful.

Now, thanks to expanding federal and state workplace regulations, nearly every industry has the potential to come in contact with workplace-related injuries (or worse).

Our lead article in this month’s eNewsletter provides you with six specific tips you can implement to make your workplace safer for your entire team. And keep in mind that having a documented workplace safety program will be vital as you approach buyers for your business. More and more buyers are closely reviewing safety programs and issues during due diligence and are keen on determining any future liability from past (or future) safety concerns.

I hope you find our six tips helpful as you review your workplace safety programs.

Please remember that your relationship with Generational Equity doesn’t end once our initial evaluation is completed on your company. We provide you with two updates of value at no additional cost over a five-year period. If your business is performing better now than it was a few years ago, it might be a good idea to contact us to review your company’s current business enterprise value.

On a related note, business valuations have improved due to the new tax reform so that alone may be a good reason to update your valuation.

Keep in mind that in addition to a value update, we also will provide you with our Roadmap for Enhancing Value, a document that is designed to give you ideas on steps you can implement to build the enterprise value of your business over time. Our clients find this tool extremely helpful as they focus on growing their businesses for future acquisition.

If you are interested in updating your company’s valuation, would like to make an informed decision about your options in the marketplace, or have any questions for us at all, please call our Chief Experience Officer, Jay Hellwig, at 972-232-1156, or send Jay an email at jhellwig@generational.com and he will be in touch.

Thank you for your time and I wish you all continued success in 2018!

Ryan Binkley
President & CEO
Generational Equity