Business Management

Legal Center

Religion and the Workplace

Know what accommodations you're legally required to make when employees need time off work for religious observances.
Business Management

44,000 Small Business Jobs Added in August

Service-providing sector continues to drive growth for small businesses.
Business Management

Turning to Plan B

Sometimes even the best business ideas need some adjustments--or a complete overhaul.
Business Management

Generations Working Together

Make the most of your multi-generational workforce by understanding employees' unique strengths and how to nurture them.
Going Green

Green Scene

Chicago's new business center is all about doing some good.
Leadership

Beneath the Surface

In part 5 of a series about leadership lessons learned in the tropics, Patty Vogan compares scuba diving and running a business.
Business Management

Winning Over 'Impossible' Prospects

Solve the mystery of overcoming difficult clients.
Management & Operations

Come on In

These out-of-the-ordinary 24-hour businesses keep customers coming in around the clock.
Going Green

Shades of Green

With more large companies going green, the entire industry is under scrutiny.
Leadership

You're Not Always Right

In part 4 of a series about leadership lessons learned in the tropics, Patty Vogan explains how she saved her boat from sinking and why she gave in to a flawed system.
Finding the Right Lawyer
Legal Center

Finding the Right Lawyer

Can one attorney handle all your needs? Here's what our expert has to say.
Business Management

D'oh! Business Blunders from The Simpsons

For the past 18 years, the fictional town of Springfield has been rife with entrepreneurs, from Ned Flanders to Krusty. Here's what you can learn from their 'f-diddly-failures' and successes.
Management & Operations

Preventing Retail Theft

You can't make a profit if your merchandise is free. Implement these tips for minimizing employee and shoplifter theft.
Management & Operations

Preventing Retail Theft

You can't make a profit if your merchandise is free. Implement these tips for minimizing employee and shoplifter theft.
Business Management

Potter Casts Petrificus Totalus Spell on Workplace

From water cooler discussions to all-night reading sessions, the latest Harry Potter releases are paralyzing productivity in offices across the country.
Business Management

ADP Small Business Report Shows 91,000 Small Business Jobs Added in June

Small Businesses in the Service-Providing Sector Continue to Drive Employment Growth
Leadership

When Life Hands You Lemons

Here's how to keep a tight ship when life's inevitable storms arise.
Business Management

Get Out From Behind Your Computer

Improve your online business by making the most of seminars, workshops and conferences.
Legal Center

New Discrimination Guidelines

Make sure you're current on the new EEOC guidelines prohibiting discrimination against workers with caregiver responsibilities.
Legal Center

Estate Planning for an Owner-Dependent Business

It's never too early to start planning for what will happen to your business when you're gone.
Business Management

ADP Small Business Report Shows 58,000 Small Business Jobs Added in May

Leading Provider of Payroll Services Launches New Monthly Resource on Employment and Labor Trends for Small Business Market
Business Management

What Your Sign-off is Really Saying

Find out what business etiquette experts have to say about the expressions we use to end work-related e-mails.
Management & Operations

Last of Their Breed

These entrepreneurs are finding a way to keep their businesses centered on seemingly antiquated products alive and well.
Business Management

10 Biz Books to Read This Summer

Whether you're looking for something to read while eating lunch or lounging on the beach, these out-of-the-ordinary books will make you excited about getting back to work.
Legal Center

Are Noncompete Agreements Valid?

If you want to prevent employees from leaving to work for a competitor, a noncompete agreement may not be your best bet.
Leadership

Learning to Let Go

In part 3 of a series about leadership lessons learned in the tropics, Patty Vogan discusses how micromanaging locals only slowed things down.
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