The economy as a whole closed the 2016 year on a high note with the Dow Jones Industrial Average nearly hitting the 20,000 mark. But how did the manufacturing sector in particular fare during this past year?
These days, there are many techniques and tools to help you measure the overall satisfaction of your clients and customers. But one of the most widely accepted metrics used to determine customer satisfaction is the Net Promoter Score.
Respondents from Skoda Minotti’s 2016 Northeast Ohio Construction Industry Survey have ranked healthcare reform as the second-most important political issue affecting the construction industry, right behind material price volatility.
Skoda Minotti has been named an INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) Best of the Best Firm for 2016. This recognition follows the firm’s number 73 ranking on INSIDE Public Accounting’s Top 100 Firms list for 2016, as ranked by net revenue.
Respondents from Skoda Minotti’s 2015 Northeast Ohio Construction Industry Survey were extremely positive about the future of their industry. How do respondents feel one year later about the current state and future state of their industry?
There is a big divide among those who are positive and negative on the economic and financial outlook. We serve up charts for both groups this week.
Skoda Minotti has released the results of our 2015 survey of the Northeast Ohio Real Estate industry. How does your business compare to the overall industry trends?
Complying with the new regulations will likely require many taxpayers to change their current methods of accounting.
In this year’s Northeast Ohio construction survey, Ohio Construction Reform, Ohio Construction Reform dropped three notches from third to sixth place as a political issue which could affect survey respondents’ businesses in 2015. While it’s easy to shrug it off to the fact that contractors are becoming more accepting of construction reform, other indicators show that the reform continues to pose significant challenges.
Despite an increase in job opportunities, for the second straight year the ability to secure skilled labor was chosen by most respondents as the greatest perceived threat to their businesses over the next 12 months—no other issue was even close.