jarmoluk / Pixabay If you hope to be competitive in the current marketplace, you have no choice but to start accepting credit card payments. However, many small businesses aren’t as prepared as they ought to be in order to manage this function. Is that your situation? Not only do credit card transactions cost you
An increasing number of U.S. employers now consider voluntary benefits a necessary part of their core employee benefits strategy rather than a perk or a reward, a study says. High up on employers’ lists are student loan repayment assistance and financial planning services, but also being contemplated are identify theft protection, pet insurance, long-term care
Running a business is hard enough when everything goes smoothly. But when you’re an entrepreneur, the unexpected happens. You need to prepare yourself for every possible situation, including fraud. Business fraud isn’t as rare as you might think. It’s important that you know how to prevent and deal with fraud if it comes your way.
Remote work is becoming more and more common: according to a recent Gallup study, 43% of American employees work at least some of the time remotely. The rise of remote work has produced entirely remote workplaces, where employees communicate and coordinate from their personal computers. These all-remote businesses face both drawbacks and advantages. Lowered Overhead
So much that is crucial to your company’s success – including the timely delivery of quality products and services and the strength of employee engagement – can be hindered by poor communication between employees. Therefore, you should act if you see workplace interactions faltering. As the business owner, the responsibility of fostering productive socializing on
Individuals are not the only ones at risk of identity theft. Increasingly, businesses are contending with criminal use of their identity for tax fraud, credit card and other financial fraud, as well as having their websites and business name trademarks held for ransom. A recently released report by the National Cybersecurity Society states that criminals