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Your insurance vendor is an important aspect of your insurance experience. Find out who the different professionals are out there, and how it will affect your insurance purchase.
Reel in those insurance costs with these money-saving tips.
One size does not fit all when it comes to insurance. Ask yourself these 9 questions before purchasing insurance to determine your needs.
Motivation and Retention
Before you cut them loose, find out if it's possible to turn their performance around.
Know how your lawyer tallies up your legal tab.
When you're looking for new hires, temps may not be as temporary as you might think.
Before you let your people work at home, find out what you're liable for--and cover your bases.
A public insurance adjuster could help you get what you deserve.
Forget handling inventory--find a shipping partner to fulfill orders for you.
Handling delicate topics--like succession planning--with care is key to keeping the peace in any family business.
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Diversifying may bring in new business, but it could also hurt your brand. Here's how to determine if it's the right move for your company.
If your board is trying to run your business, it's time to take charge of the situation.
When events take you by surprise, you need to be able to handle them properly. How prepared are you?
Rather than selling products you think people ought to buy, put out things they'll actually use.
Learning to Lead
You may be the boss, but that doesn't mean you can't let your employees teach you a thing or two.
When you're trying to help get a candidate elected, noncompliance with campaign rules can cost your business a lot more than just a fat donation check.
Breakdown insurance can assure a quick fix.
Rely on your own research to find the best shipping partner for your e-business.
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Looking to take your business to the next level? Then check out these 10 practical ways to expand your business.
A well-written job description will help your employees stay on task and keep you out of legal hot water.
Ask these questions to find out if prospective executives will fit with your culture.
Today's economy is in a turnaround, but we need entrepreneurs to keep the momentum going. Get your company geared up to take on the challenge.
You'd better be careful--your company's e-mail messages could come back to haunt you in court.
Employees' hidden star qualities might be just the thing to put your business's name in lights.
Change your insurance policy renewal date so it works best for you.
Be sure you're not hoodwinking your customers--or you might risk a nasty run-in with the FTC.
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