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5 Ways for Business Owners to Make the Most of Small Business Saturday

With the holiday season right around the corner, shoppers are prepping by making lists, formulating gameplans, and looking for the best deals in town. As a business owner, your preparation likely looks a little different, maybe something more like advertising plans, sale signs and holiday events. Ultimately, your focus is on filling a need – be it supplying a shopper with the perfect gift, filling...

6 Things You Can Do Right Now to Protect Your Business Data

As a business owner, you’ve probably heard a lot about cyber attacks when a large corporation makes headline news for a massive data breach. It’s no wonder business owners have a touch of cyber anxiety in today’s times, when so many aspects of your day-to-day work—from banking and payment processing to email and customer databases—rely on the internet. And the truth is, there’s good reason...

Business Landscaping Tips

If you own a commercial property, then landscaping is a part of doing business – whether you like it or not.To help take one more thing off your plate (and help boost your curb appeal in the process), consider hiring a commercial landscape contractor. But how do you choose the right contractor? And what services do you really need?To help find the best lawn-care solution...

How to Create Your Employee Handbook

Are you and your employees on the same page when it comes to company policies? Can you help your employees easily access information about things like benefits or performance evaluations? Do you have documentation that ensures your team knows their rights and responsibilities at work (while protecting you in the event that you’re sued by an employee)? If you have an employee handbook, the answer...

Questions You Should Never Ask in a Job Interview

Imagine this hypothetical scenario: you’re a small business owner who needs to fill an open position at your company. After sorting through resumes and interviewing four candidates, you hire the one you think will be the right fit for the job. Your new employee joins your team, and business continues as usual. Three weeks later, you’re notified that one of the candidates you didn’t choose...

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