Being a business owner is no easy task. You have to be dedicated, passionate, and patient. And when you add employees into the mix, you become a leader and role model.
Have you been closely following the U.S. government’s response to the escalating coronavirus situation? If so, you know that the government is working quickly to provide worker and small business relief. As an employer, you can also take matters into your own hands to keep your workers safe and financially sound.
If you run a small business, you no doubt appreciate how challenging it can be to control costs. But despite the cashflow headaches that running a small business can sometimes create, doing so also provides a wealth of opportunities that larger companies usually don’t offer.
For many, operating a business from home is a convenient and enjoyable way to make a living. No wonder there are nearly 15 million home businesses in the U.S. alone—that’s half of all businesses in the country.
Whether you’re planning on passing the business baton to one of your family members, employees, or an external expert, you need to prepare your business for the future.
According to a recent ZipRecruiter study, 86% of job seekers keep an eye out for workplace diversity when looking for a job. But candidates aren’t the only ones who value diversity and inclusion in the workplace—your current staff does, too.
As your company grows, your employees should grow with it. But, employees can’t grow along with your business if you don’t give them the opportunity to.
From employee payroll to customer transactions, there are numerous opportunities for hackers to steal your small business’s financial data. However, in the fast-paced business world, there’s no time to waste when handling a data breach. Unlike larger corporations, your business likely doesn’t have an armory of security tools. However, there are countless, low-cost measures you […]