Monthly Archives: September 2015

Parental Leave for Employees

Tech Companies Setting New Standard in Parental Leave for Employees

Tech companies are trying to raise the bar when it comes to compassion for its workers. A new study found that companies like Microsoft and Netflix, especially, are offering the most paid maternity and paternity leave in the U.S. now. Companies, of course, aren't mandated to give any paid time off for parental responsibility.


Crowdsource Your Logo

Should You Crowdsource Your Logo Design?

Thinking of creating your company's logo but a little overwhelmed by the thought of it not being good enough? This may be a job for crowdsourcing. Lots of designers are ready now to craft your company's logo and keep you on budget in the process.


joint employer

Could NLRB Ruling Destroy the Franchise Business?

A recent NLRB vote gives more wage negotiating powers to workers at establishments that rely on contractors. The vote likely will make it harder for businesses to outsource their help.


business automation

5 Ways to Enjoy Your Labor Day Holiday While Automation Works for You

When you have a lean staff and limited resources, many small business owners have little or no choice. They must shoulder some of the responsibility for completing tasks themselves. But how can entrepreneurs avoid burning themselves out? How can they take a break without letting customers fall through the cracks?


email subject lines

Did You Know This About Email Subject Lines?

One of the most effective means of communicating with your customers is through email. But just because you hit Send doesn't guarantee your message is getting read. Here are some tips for writing proper Subject lines that are sure to get the reader's eye.


3d latte art

Latte Art Just Got a Lot More Advanced

Hearts and swirls in your latte simply aren't enough anymore. And Israeli startup Steam CC has the answer to your sophisticated beverage art needs. The company has developed a machine that can put any image on drink froth.







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