There’s so much more to helping your workforce prepare for the unexpected than offering just medical and dental insurance.
A starter guide for busy employers without the jargon.
Knowing the ins and outs of the social media world are crucial to any business that wants to be heard and get noticed. Size doesn't matter on the social-scape, just style. See how this ever-growing field impacts your business, and how you can use it to your advantage.
Many employers include dental insurance in their benefits packages. Why? Because employees want it. According to a survey of employees published in Harvard Business Review, better health, dental and vision insurance are the benefits most valued by employees, with such perks as more flexible hours, more vacation time and work-from-home options all trailing behind.
Last year, President Trump rescinded legal protections for “Dreamers,” kicking the ball to Congress to decide whether to reinstate, change or eliminate the Delayed Action for Children Act (DACA), which protects from deportation some 800,000 people who were illegally brought into the United States as children.
If you think that it’s essential we think outside the box during our thought shower to get the ball rolling, then it might be too late to save you from the grips of Business Jargon. However, if you of the current survivors, let's keep you that way. Learn to navigate jargon like a pro.
As a manager you come up against tricky situations every day, and you know it’s important to handle them sensitively or you risk offending your employees or clients. Even the most experienced managers would be hard pressed to get these 5 situations 100% right, every time they’re encountered, but hopefully this advice will help empower you for the future.
Elevator pitches aren’t just for people appearing on Shark Tank. Any business owner should be able to describe their business and its goals in around 30 seconds. After all, you never know when you’ll need to impress a prospective client or investor, convince a new recruit that your business is the one for them or just help someone understand exactly what it is your company offers (and why you’re the best at it.)
Small business owners are often too busy to see the woods through the tress - especially when it comes to measuring their own success. But these 7 signs will give you a quick guide as to how well your business is actually doing and if you're on the much fabled road to success.
It’s a busy world these days. As a small business owner, it perhaps goes without saying that I’m switched on to work even when I’m at home. But juggling work with all the other things we have to think about - childcare, eldercare and the domestic problems that go hand-in-hand with everyday life – isn’t easy. Even when my business is running smoothly, I feel like I’m failing in other areas of my life and vice versa.
Instagram is a global phenomenon that can be surprisingly great for small businesses. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Strengthen your business with our quick start guide on voluntary benefits and build a well-rounded benefits package that will help attract and retain skilled workers.