In a world that is rapidly transitioning through phases of the digital age, scamming, data breaching, phishing, and various other forms of criminal activity have become both increasingly and indiscriminately common for businesses regardless of industry or size.
For most businesses, an employee handbook is just another requirement from HR. Often, it can be a forgotten book of policies rarely referenced by the company. However, it can be so much more for your business. Karen Young, President of HR Resolutions in Harrisburg shares 5 important tips for managing an employee handbook.
When you consider all of the possible combinations of marketing activities, there are thousands of ways to get the word out about your business. But which ones are the right ones – and which ones should you avoid? In this, our first installment of the Business Enhancement Series, Maureen Williams of Monarch Media Solutions talks
“What makes a great leader?” How would you answer that question? As owner/CEO of your company, it’s important that you know how to answer this question. Naturally, you want success for your business; and that success starts with you. No matter how phenomenal your team is or how many business meetings you manage to land
When starting your own business, maintaining a balance between work and your social life may seem close to impossible. Becoming a workaholic when beginning the process of entrepreneurship is inevitable. Keep reading to learn five tips for entrepreneurs looking to maintain a social life while starting their own business!
A bill now in Congress proposes to alter some longstanding rules. Most Americans are not saving enough for retirement, despite ongoing encouragement to do so (and recurring warnings about what may happen if they do not). This year, lawmakers are also addressing this problem, with a bill proposing big changes to IRAs and workplace retirement
Yes, but only in certain contexts. You may have heard that the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act eliminated nearly all possibilities to write off business entertainment expenses. That is not quite true. You may be able to claim a deduction for such expenses today, but it depends on who you are entertaining. Regardless of who
Do you have a strategy to follow? Have you created a company that someone will want to buy? Your children won’t necessarily want to take over your business, so an exit strategy is essential to getting the outcome you want. You must prepare your firm for the transition – and you must be prepared as
If you are a business owner, you must ask yourself these questions: Are you financially prepared for an exit from your business? Are you mentally prepared for an exit from your business?
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