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Hello Visitor, I hope you enjoy this month's articles. - Bob Reish
Businesses with fewer than 100 employees are twice as likely to be hit by fraud than large companies. The risk is both real and costly.
However, with these easy-to-implement strategies and systems, you can significantly decrease your risk. In the long run, this will boost your profits and make it far easier to sell your company should you decide to make that move one day.
Are you doing everything you can to protect your most valuable asset? Find out now.
The heat of competition pushes many of us into working insane hours. But the truth is, too much time at work can kill us and our businesses – literally.
In the shorter term, productivity goes down and in the longer-term serious health issues prevent us from performing our roles at work.
Do you need convincing? Check out the solid – and sometimes dramatic – facts in this article and begin to discover the optimum balance between your work and your personal life.
Word-of-mouth marketing and communication can be a powerful and inexpensive way to grow your business – but it can also bring a business down.
In this article, we give you a solid understanding of both the positive and negative sides of word-of-mouth and teach you three proven strategies to harness word-of-mouth and make it work for you.
Crises come in all shapes and sizes. Humans cause some, nature causes others and no business is too small to escape their damaging impact. In fact, many businesses never reopen their doors after being hit by a crisis.
What do those businesses have in common? They are not prepared when the crisis hits. In this concise article, we cover the most important aspects of crisis preparation and management. If you don’t yet have a plan, start here.
If you think you’re prepared, see how your plan measures up to best practices.
Not a month goes by that we don’t hear about a major high-tech security breach at a large and sophisticated organization, not to mention all of the old-school break-ins and vandalism that happen every day.
And, believe it or not, small businesses like yours are targeted just as often – if not more often – than the big players.
Today, more than ever, it pays to implement every common-sense security measure and the six we detail here will help you sleep better at night.
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"The key to success is to focus our conscious mind on things we desire, not things we fear." - Brian Tracy, Author, Speaker & Founder of FocalPoint
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