The long-term unemployment rate has made it difficult for small businesses to find and hire workers. Learn the challenges and how you can find workers.
Small business owners will be faced with a shifting labor-market landscape when a new white-collar minimum wage and overtime pay regulation goes into effect.
With new overtime rules expected to be finalized this year, small business owners must prepare for any additional costs they might face.
With many small businesses poised for growth in the new year, one of the more important investments owners should consider is technology.
Small business owners should prepare for the top trends impacting their industries in the next year, including the rise of cloud computing, shifting demographics and the importance of alternative financing.
With millennials now the largest portion of the U.S. workforce, small business owners need to tailor their managerial styles to truly motivate this generation.
With a recent amendment to the Affordable Care Act passed, small business owners need to prepare for their changes in the new year.
Small business owners who reward their employees with year-end bonuses can potentially see this appreciation translated into better performance and higher retention rates.
Building better morale for employees stems from a good office culture, and too often business owners worker mistake morale for the company’s culture.
Every perspective new hire should be seen as a worthwhile investment to your company.