Simplifying processes and paperwork is a beautiful promise that the U.S. Small Business Administration is delivering upon. Cutting through red tape, the agency has been able to get rid of redundant paperwork, but more importantly, in some loan programs, to make borrowing easier. In September 2011, for example, the government agency introduced a reengineered CAPLines [...]
When you bring on a new employee are you checking references? You should be. Here's some tips on how to use references to ensure your top candidates rise to the top.
Today, we released the findings of our April SB Authority Market Sentiment Survey where a majority of business owners stated they do not plan on hiring over the next year.
The old givens, that rewards motivate and that more money motivates more, are being challenged by mew studies.
An economic downturn, an insipid recovery, and continued uncertainty are the triple-headed monster dogging small businesses.
The "outside sales" worker overtime exemption can be more difficult to apply.
Small-business owners are most likely concerned with doing the right thing ethically and legally.
There are numerous reasons why it’s profitable and pragmatic to run your small business from a home-based office.
Did you know that the Internal Revenue Service has tax benefits available for employers who have employees with disabilities?
Because people are at the center of any successful business, hiring employees can be one of the biggest decisions small-business owners make.