If your small business is in a state of chaos, take a step back and figure out how to mitigate each potential disaster. Here are 5 ways of handling chaos in your business.
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If you're in charge of a small business, some of the most important decisions you make could happen just before disaster strikes. How your team reacts in the face of adversity could determine your business's survival after the storm has passed.
Keeping up with employment regulations can be quite a task for a busy small business with limited staff. Here are five best practices to follow when tracking employee time on the job.
HomeArena surveyed 21 entrepreneurs and asked them about their sleep habits and if they're nappers. Is it surprising that these go-getters typically don't zonk out for a midday snooze?
If your company is all work and no play, there's bound to be a problem. Build togetherness and have a little fun at the same time with these 25 team-building and ice breaker activities.
Being awarded a defense contract can make or break a small business. In order to keep that contract and possibly get more, the DCAA -- the agency tasked with ensuring companies are compliant with defense regulations -- is very interested in how you track your time.
If a critical member of your team needs to be out of the office or all your critical players are working in your virtual office, staying it touch is paramount. Here are easy tasks to complete to get your virtual team speaking in concert.
When it comes to office space, bigger is not always better.
Meetings are a necessary evil, it seems. They're great for pushing the company message or getting a team all one page but they can also crimp a person's -- and company's -- daily workflow. Here's how to keep the day moving forward even if you're "stuck" at the conference table.
Every small business owner and manager would love to have open- and closed-door policies in place. But what does one do when there is no door?
Major changes at Google can teach small businesses much about managing their own companies. Read about the good and the bad in the tech firms shift to a new designation and a new CEO.
Small business owners are being pulled in many different directions at once. This type of demand requires the ability to handle multiple situations at once. Here are some tips to help small business owners multitask their way through any given day.