Now is the time that businesses typically seek out summer interns. If you are thinking of doing this, be sure you know the benefits and burdens that … Read more about Everything You Need to Know about Summer Interns
You may have the best product or service, but if customers don’t know who you are or what you stand for, you’re lost. Here’s where branding comes in. … Read more about How to Get Your Name in Lights: Branding Strategies You Can Use
The Internet is a great place to showcase your company and conduct business. The trick is for potential customers to find you amid the millions of … Read more about How to Gain Visibility on the Web
“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade,” said … Read more about Spring Cleaning: Have You Considered the Benefits for Your Business?
It seems that today, just about everything involving your business needs a special policy. This includes driving on company business. Having a vehicle … Read more about How to Craft a Good Company Driving Policy
The last time you had to deal with a utility, how much time did you have to spend on resolving an issue? Recently I had to change carriers and the … Read more about Time Wasters: Identifying Them and Finding Potential Solutions
Most businesses use vehicles—cars, trucks, or vans—to conduct their activities. For example, on Schedule Cs for self-employed individuals in 2015 (the … Read more about 10 Tax-Related Questions About a Company Vehicle
One of the top complaints from employees is that their leaders do not communicate well. They don’t give clear directions or offer constructive … Read more about Developing Leadership Qualities — Listening and Communicating
If your business conducts research and development (R&D), you may be eligible for certain tax breaks. This is so whether you’re creating a new … Read more about Double Dip Tax Breaks for R&D
Maybe you have Alexa or other digital helper in your home. There are now many choices from Amazon, Apple, Google, and more. PC Magazine listed the … Read more about Smart Speakers in Your Business
When the polar vortex shut down offices and various government activities (including postal delivery in some mid-West states in late January), it … Read more about Home-Based Employees: A Work Arrangement that Can Work
Valentine’s Day is a time for romance. As actress/singer Pearl Bailey said: “What the world really needs is more love and less paperwork.” But in this … Read more about Do You Need a Company Dating Policy?
Being a leader means displaying certain key qualities. This is the second in a series of posts on leadership qualities; it focuses on confidence, … Read more about Developing Leadership Qualities — Confidence, Courage, and Inspiration
According to Doodle, a company providing scheduling software, business meetings are a waste of time. It’s projected that in 2019, this will cost … Read more about 5 Ideas for Successful Business Meetings
The federal government “shutdown” ran from midnight on December 22, 2018, until January 25, 2019, a total of 35 days. During this time, many small … Read more about 5 Lessons from the Government Shutdown