Globally, there has been 1.5 billion people who have been ordered to work from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many executives and managers are finding that managing remote workers blindly is is like conducting an orchestra without seeing or hearing the musicians. One company, TransparentBusiness, provides the solution that will allow a business to remain productive and profitable, while protecting their employees from the virus risks.
Regardless of the size of a business, employees form the most critical component that any well-intentioned employer cannot ignore. Small businesses are some enterprises whose success is determined by how they treat their staff. As such, they often compete with big players in the market to recruit and hire exceptional staff who will further their values and vision. With the tough competition in the market, they need to find means of getting and keeping their staff regardless of the challenges. As a small business leader, here are some common small business challenges that you should know and how to solve.
The Small Business Administration is urging shoppers to look for holiday gifts at local small businesses, reports Small Business Trends. The head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has called upon Americans to ‘Shop Small’ throughout this holiday season, as well as on Small Business Saturday on November 26.
In the midst of escalating international conflicts, cybersecurity experts and government officials are reiterating the importance of a strong cybersecurity posture for all organizations. Now is the time to reexamine any organization’s ability to act upon its cybersecurity and incident response plans.
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