How To Access Restricted Websites On Business Trips

When you travel for business, do you have access to everything you need?

Can you visit every website that has the information you want? Can you take a breather and relax with a few videos or look up some local restaurants and sightseeing spots on a laptop without draining your phone’s battery?

If you’re traveling through a country where certain sites are blocked, or dealing with a company computer that won’t connect to the sites you need, here are a few ways to get around the issue.

Many websites are blocked based on their content type. Firewalls — the systems that allow good internet traffic and block bad traffic — can be customized to look for content (the text, pictures, and “meat” of a site). Continue reading “How To Access Restricted Websites On Business Trips”

6 Tips To Finding And Hiring Freelancers For Your Small Business

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”

Trending Employee Benefits Your Startup Should Be Offering In 2019

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”