How to Help Employees Learn and Develop Without Interrupting Their Workflow

How to Help Employees Learn and Develop Without Interrupting Their Workflow

As a small business owner with small margins for error, you’ve likely recognized the need to develop, train and educate your employees. An employee learning and talent development program can reduce the number and severity of bottlenecks and inefficiencies in your typical workday, and create a more productive, communicative and collaborative staff. The benefits of Read More

The Importance of Being a Good Corporate Citizen

The Importance of Being a Good Corporate Citizen

“Do well by doing good” is an old adage which I believe is very true when it comes to business. Charities do a wonderful job serving those in need. However, that doesn’t mean for-profit companies should not try to positively impact the community, even if those actions don’t immediately produce an identifiable return. During the Read More

Prevent Malware From Robbing Your Business
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Prevent Malware From Robbing Your Business

Let’s face it – small business owners already have enough on their plates. Between concerns over managing day-to-day operations and ensuring sales goals are met and growth projections are on track, a day in the life of any small to mid-sized business (SMB) owner is nothing short of hectic. Falling victim to the latest malware Read More

Curbing Workplace Overload – Tips to Help Small Businesses Work Smarter, Not Harder

Curbing Workplace Overload – Tips to Help Small Businesses Work Smarter, Not Harder

We get it – you’re stressed, overworked, and exhausted. You wake up each morning with a to-do list that seems to multiply by the second. Increased workloads along with strict deadlines often leave us wishing for extra hours in the day – and maybe a personal assistant! In fact, according to a recent study, 50 Read More

Small Business Owners Predict Strong Economy in 2015

Small Business Owners Predict Strong Economy in 2015

Small business owners are optimistic about the year ahead despite two chief concerns Do you feel more optimistic about your business and local economy today than you did a year ago? If so, you’re not alone. According to a survey of 1,000 small business owners across the country, half said they believe their local economy Read More

Five Year-End Tax Tips for Your Small Business

Five Year-End Tax Tips for Your Small Business

Financial and tax planning is paramount to the success of any business. With December 31 rapidly approaching, consider these 5 tips to minimize that year-end tax bill. Section 179 depreciation limits for qualified business property placed in service in 2014 is $25000. If your business is thinking of buying qualified equipment sometime in 2015, you may Read More

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