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If you're looking for insurance coverage for your small business, these free websites are a great place to start comparing rates and plans.
Hiring even one employee will affect your company. Follow these tips to make it a positive impact.
Innovation is a popular word. But, how do you really roll out innovative practices in a your world work environment?
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No one can predict with certainty when a recession will hit, but you can take these measures to soften the blow one would have on your business.
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To keep your customers from leaving you for the competition, you need to be proactive and reach out before there's an issue.
Declining iPhone sales are being blamed on a number of factors. Whatever the issue may be, there are lessons that any small business can learn from Apple's rough start to 2019.
Creating a balanced relationship with your employees starts with acting professionally and treating employees with respect.
Once dedicated to serving customers and clients in their local communities, small businesses now have a far greater reach.
In a startup setting, changing your strategy to achieve your business goals is sometimes necessary for survival. Here's how to recognize the need for a shift, and master the "art of the pivot."
If you're making changes to your business, it's important to consider your existing customers and how they might be affected.
Agile scrum training isn't for everyone. Find out if it's right for your company.
Companies have a number of ways to attract new employees. Which are the most effective?
When it comes to goal-setting, being specific and challenging yourself is a great first step.
Developing the "whole person" employee requires investment in their professional and personal skills to support physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
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When an employee has an absentee problem, management has to shoulder some of the blame. We talked to experts on where bosses are going wrong and how to handle employees who are regularly absent.
Business owners and professionals told Business News Daily what their favorite business books of the last few years are.
As the midterm elections loom, these small business issues have bubbled to the surface.
It's a job seekers market and businesses are struggling to find solid talent. Here are four tips for finding (and keeping) high-quality minimum wage workers.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Here are some of the commonly cited regulations that catch business owners off guard.
If you love taking charge and connecting with employees, you may make a great manager. If you're considering this career path, check out the 10 highest-paying management jobs.
Do you know what the C-suite does? Here's a breakdown of the chief executive abbreviations and their general tasks.
April 15 is fast approaching. Three small business tax experts weigh in on what you need to know and mistakes you should avoid.
Public speaking is a nerve-wracking endeavor for many people. These tips will help you conquer your fear of public speaking and head into that presentation with confidence.
Experts discuss their experience as female leaders and provide ideas for other women to launch their own businesses.