Encourage your staff to keep these goals in the new year, says Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.
Managing Your Business
It takes a lot more than great ideas to run a strong company. Smart entrepreneurs have a keen sense of business management. Increase your knowledge in areas like finance, markets, human resources, communication, technology and business policy and strategy.
Don’t forget how pay raises, new taw rules and the cost of gas can impact your small business’s financial planning for the year ahead.
A British television station is showing the world how businesses can care for employees going through menopause.
More women are starting tech companies, but barriers remain. At a recent Ellevate Network event, panelists shared candid stories about how to overcome challenges in the workplace.
The billion-dollar startup is warning customers that it can’t deliver for a few weeks.
Are you trying to figure out how your company can be more Earth-friendly? Check out our round-up of eco-friendly business practices – then adopt them today.
Tax expert Barbara Weltman provides guidance on which documents you need to keep around — sometimes, permanently.
Sure, the big-box stores started hiring seasonal employees back in June. But it’s not too late to find the perfect employees to help with the holiday rush.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation.com guides you through keeping your business afloat in rough waters.
Barbara Weltman discusses a leadership skill that successful entrepreneurs display.
Barbara Weltman of Big Ideas for Small Business has some tips on how to leave your current office space.
How do entrepreneurs know when it’s time to hire a business coach?
It’s hurricane season. Brace yourself (and your business) for circumstances beyond your control.
Deborah Sweeney of MyCorporation explains how to take a hands-on approach in the workplace. It’s a leadership quality that many women entrepreneurs display.
It’s the awkward situation that needs to be addressed for the sake of your business (and your dignity).