Monthly Archives: March 2018
Members of our small business community have some advice this week creating a marketing plan for your company.
If you're the boss, you've got no time for April Fools pranks, but that might not apply to your employees. Here's some advice for handling April Fools Day pranks at work.
Aspiring actuaries and other number-oriented folks may want to check out the book Strength in Numbers from author Chloe Hung.
Molly Q. Ford of Salesforce: We Do Equality Because It Feels Good, But Also Because There’s a Business Value
The latest Salesforce event not only focused on developers but equality, too. Join Brent Leary as he talks with Molly Q. Ford about the business value of equality.
When it comes to selecting artificial intelligence products for your business, make sure your choices include these 6 must-have features of AI solutions.
Should you give clients an estimate for a job or just charge them by the hour until you're finished? To help you decide between an hourly rate or estimates, consider the benefits of each listed here.
A successful social media presence means having consistent branding across all the channels you use. Here are 10 social media branding tips from the Young Entrepreneur Council to help you do that.
The company was looking for someone who thinks outside the box and proud enough to put it on their resume.
Why is the South Korean government shutting off computers? Because it says, employees are working too many hours. Get the whole story ofter the jump.
What can you do for an employee struggling with addiction? Here are 3 tips for dealing with employee substance abuse at your small business.