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Posted on 05.21.2013

Federal Reserve Survey Indicates Some Concern Over Labor Costs

I appreciate the regular surveys conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. They are like quick sound bites that create an up-to-date picture about what business people believe is going to happen in the next six months.

The latest survey is comforting as it relates to cost-of-goods inflation worries, but it looks like businesses are anticipating some labor cost pressures...and I'd have to agree.

What are you thinking about the next six months for your business? As it relates to sales, will you be better off? Worse? Or about the same?

 

Paula Lovell is CEO and founder of Lovell Communications.  You can view more of her blog posts here. Connect with her at lovell@lovell.com or @PaulaLovell  

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