By Richard D. Harroch, David E. Weiss, and Richard V. Continue reading “A Guide To M&A Representations And Warranties Insurance In Mergers And Acquisitions”
If you’re a micropreneur like me, you might have stumbled upon a little secret that helps you do more in your business: freelancers. When you run a business, you may not need (or be able to afford) a full-time staff, and that’s where hiring outside help is such a boon. You only pay the freelancer for the services they offer or the time they work, and it’s usually an affordable way to service more customers and offer more to them. Continue reading “6 Tips To Finding And Hiring Freelancers For Your Small Business”
The fact that benefits outweigh salary in the minds of many employees today is only one of the main advantages of offering excellent employee benefits. However, it’s the most important one for a startup that can’t afford to offer high salaries in order to attract top-quality talent.
The problem is most startups have limited resources and won’t be able to offer many different benefits. Continue reading “Trending Employee Benefits Your Startup Should Be Offering In 2019”
Internal branding is the ongoing process of educating employees so they understand, support, live, advocate, and guard your brand promise. Internal brand building is an essential part of developing a successful business of any size.
Whether you’re a solopreneur, a startup founder, or leading a team at a Fortune 100 company, internal branding matters. Continue reading “5 Key Benefits Of Internal Brand Building”
Think about how much more you could offer your business clients if you knewmore about the latest trends. From accounting to marketing to productdevelopment to other news that affects their industry, there’s much to learn.Consider going back to school to gain new insights. Continue reading “Three Tips For Business Coaches To Help Their Clients Succeed In 2019”
A significant part of succeeding in business is being able to communicate professionally and effectively. If you’ve gone back to school to earn another degree, writing will be equally important. However, if proofreading, grammar, and editing aren’t your strengths, that doesn’t mean you can’t be successful
When you need to write reports, ebooks, essays, and other types of business communications or student papers, there are resources available to help you produce the best written materials possible. Continue reading “Business Writing Services: Enjoy Confidence In Your Communications”
Whether you’re a solopreneur or the owner of a successful and growing business, you probably have a blog for your company (and if you don’t, you need to start one).
With your website, a company blog acts as your core branded destination on the internet to where all of your online (and offline) activities lead potential and existing customers.
A company blog is a place where you can offer meaningful and relevant information to your audience and build the brand experiences and brand perceptions that you want customers to have. Continue reading “Time To Hire A Professional Blogger For Your Company Blog”
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By Anna T.
Today, we are discussing some of the top rated work at home e-courses available on Udemy — and this is a great time for it! It’s the beginning of a new year — a time when people traditionally review their triumphs and mistakes as they start planning for the future. Continue reading “20 Top Rated & Low-Cost Work At Home E-Courses On Udemy”
Working at home is one of the biggest HR trends of the decade. The ability to work remotely—whether from home, in a shared coworking space, or in a coffee shop — has become a much-desired perk among employees. But how does working at home (or anywhere outside the office) really affect small business employees’ productivity, satisfaction, and morale?
The Avast Business Mobile Workforce Report 2018 surveyed small business employees and employers to find out. Continue reading “Does Working At Home Really Work For Small Business Employees?”