One of the best indicators of a successful business is when a business owner decides there is a need to increase staff. Doing everything yourself can be fine in the beginning; however, there will come a point where the business owner can no longer be the jack of all trades for the company. Developing a…

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How Small Businesses Can Show Employees They’re Valued During COVID-19 By Deborah Sweeney Giving your cell phone number to your employees may be a small gesture. However, it goes a long way in showing how much you value your team and their hard work. As employees continue to work… Read article Adapting Your Employee Benefits…

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Wondering what the big picture looks like for small business right now? Or what news you need to know about that could affect your future? Or maybe just looking for some good advice for leading your business in a challenging time? We’ve got just the thing for you! Read up on these top small business…

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Having tools for quantifying a business’s health immediately available for a business owner to review and understand is critical to evaluate how the business is doing on a day to day basis. Specifically, online marketing focus and internet presence are an ever growing necessity, and understanding where a company stands allows a business owner to…

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Your customer, or a prospective customer, reaches out to you with a question. You give them an answer. Simple as that, right? Maybe not. A common mistake in business is to give an incomplete answer, answering part of the customer’s question, but leaving out information that either prompts a time-consuming follow-up question or a simple…

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The employee benefits package is a valuable tool for employers looking to stand out for prospective hires, and to help improve employee retention. But in a world where many of the traditional perks like gym memberships or in-office snacks are no longer available, employers are finding new ways to provide value to their employees. Student…

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Paycheck Protection Program Goes into Overtime By Taylor Hughes On Saturday July 4, 2020, the President signed the “PPP Extension Act” into law. On Monday, July 6, the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program resumed accepting loan applications. If you have not yet… Read article Lasting Changes from Coronavirus Responses By ADP Businesses across the country have…

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Wondering what’s the latest in the small business world? We’ve got you covered, with the top news stories about small business this past week! Check out these links for news, trends, features, and advice that are all about and for small businesses like yours Retail Workers Are Being Pulled into the Latest Culture War: Getting…

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Q: When is the new deadline for PPP loan applications? On Saturday July 4, 2020, the President signed the “PPP Extension Act” into law. On Monday, July 6, the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program resumed accepting loan applications. As the program’s initial deadline of June 30 approached, many small business owners wondered if there would be…

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