ALL ABOUT BUSINESS
February 2020 -
Businesses were thriving in 2019. Here are trends to keep an eye on for 2020: 5G Data Network, Sustainable Business Practices, Company Culture, Machine Learning and AI, and User Reviews.
December 2019 -
Cyberattacks in 2018 probably cost the U.S. over $2.7B in damages. Small companies are especially vulnerable, and large companies expect their vendors and service providers to take precautions.
October 2019 -
Employers, especially in smaller and mid-size companies, are finding challenges to retain good employees. Bringing in one or more employees as an owner can provide that additional benefit.
August 2019 -
Artificial intelligence (AI), defined by Merriam-Webster as “the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior,” is one of the fastest growing technologies being implemented by businesses today.
June 2019 -
Compliance may be seen as a vague area with negative connotations. It's worth paying attention to, however, both to avoid risks and to reap the positive benefits of a culture of compliance.
May 2019 -
The most important relationships that businesses have are established by contract, whether it is with employees, customers, suppliers, or service providers. It is important to have someone in your organization read each contract fully, even the dreaded fine print and boiler plate clauses.
April 2019 -
As a business owner, you should keep your responsibilities in order such that someone else could pick up where you left off in case of your sudden disability or death. Here are tips.
March 2019 -
Background checks are routinely used to help companies in their hiring decisions. However, governments now legislate when checks may be run and how they may be used.
February 2019 -
Economists expect some growth in 2019. Here are some trends: The Virtual Assistant, Issue Oriented Marketing and Taking a Stand, Data Collection and Security, and Personalization of Services.
January 2019 -
Be aware; avoid costly employment disputes in these areas: Overtime--The Exempt vs. Nonexempt Dilemma / Misclassification of Independent Contractors / Tracking Disability and Family Medical Leave.