Last week, the Better Business Bureau announced that it had officially expelled one of its local affiliates, the BBB of Southland, which served the greater Los Angeles area.
Workplaces are typically a mix of generations and backgrounds, so how can you make everyone feel welcome?
Answering emails, putting out fires–those are important. But one founder suggests something else should take up at least 25 percent of your day.
For a company that’s just starting out, it makes sense to automate as many basic processes as you can and focus on the things that will make you a success. That’s where the cloud might help.
The filing deadline for “S” and “C” corporations may be just a couple of days away, but it’s as good a time as any to take a look at small business tax issues.
Here is a simple four-step process to ensure that the right decision gets made.
A new book about women in business could teach us all a thing or two.
At some point, you may have to give a presentation on your company before analysts or another professional audience. When that day comes, you want to make sure you hit all the right notes.
Want trendy, flavor-of-the-month management ideas? You won’t find ‘em on this list.
If you’ve done everything you can to help a customer and they’re still unhappy, it may be time to cut your losses, particularly if the customer is being unreasonable or abusive.
Press releases can be a great way to promote your business. They can get your name in the media, improve your search ranking and send you traffic, all without costing you a lot of time or money.
Yes, your health-care-benefits costs are going to go up. But if you play your cards right, you may have more flexibility than you think.