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When it comes to legal hurdles, an attorney can be your biggest asset or your biggest expense. Here's how to trim your legal costs.
Kelly Saxton has spent over 30 years running restaurant franchises, and one thing he's learned is that good employees are crucial to success and should be rewarded.
Working at a startup is tons of work and having fun is vital. But offering more thoughtful perks can help further your mission and give employees something to smile about.
Here are the vitals you need to know about SMBs and The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Disagreements and hurt feelings between co-founders can sink a company before it starts. Here are four strategies to set the relationship up for success.
You're in charge, but that doesn't mean you're expected to always know what to do. Here are four ways to approach a challenge when you don't have the solution.
Transparent businesses not only have more loyal employees, but better brainstorming sessions and more productivity.
When your employees are risking their lives, building trust from the first day is even more important.
Consider these essential details when deciding between disability insurance policies.
How business owners can keep a company moving forward, even when the boss is sick.
Deciding whether to be transparent about employee compensation can be tricky. But if your office gets talking, the choice is out of your hands. Here are three ways to handle the issue with care.
Ahead of Mother's Day, lessons from managing a family that use can use to manage your employees.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's weight loss, and Abercrombie & Fitch CEO's refusal to carry plus sized clothing have placed weight issues in the spotlight. Three tips on how to make sure your business is size-neutral.
We tackle the ethical dilemmas of pretending to be bigger than you are, selling products you get for free, and quitting your job to become the competition.
Entrepreneurs usually can't offer new hires the promise of a hefty salary. But there are ways to get A-list employees without breaking the bank. Here are five budget-friendly techniques to get you there.
Make sure everyone is literally on the same page with these document-sharing tips.
Plan office meetings strategically and you're creating a road map for success. This doesn't have to be complicated. Here are three kinds of meetings that will help your business set and meet its goals.
A design expert shares three trends for winning workspaces.
Of the 100 richest people in the world today, a number have no college degree and were born into humble households, or without a family at all. Here is a look at what these underdog entrepreneurs have in common.
PayrollHero streamlines the business of tracking employee schedules, for both management and workers, all in the cloud.
Three steps to help you make smarter decisions.
Jim Koch, the brewmaster behind Sam Adams Lager, talks about how his business responded to the Boston Marathon bombings.
Offbeat hiring practices that get past canned answers.
Why Aaron Muderick believes hiring more than 500 special needs employees is good for business.
What you can learn from Lululemon's recent yoga pant recall.
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