The things to look for when hiring employees for a startup are a bit different compared to when you are hiring for a long-established company. Startup failure statistics are discouraging and a large part of those businesses fell through exactly because they didn’t have the right team (CBInsights). Now, I’ve made this topic far more […]
If you are working hard all year, you might think that it is unfair that you have to pay all the tax without being given the chance to reinvest your profits and grow your business.
With a small business, you may already have had some success and therefore looking to find more opportunities and ways to help your company grow. Technology and the digital world is becoming more and more critical to businesses and if you’re looking at how technology can help your small business then keep reading.
Are you thinking of starting a business? Whilst it may seem as though becoming an entrepreneur is an incredibly exciting time, it’s important to know that it can also be a stressful journey to take. With so many different things to consider before you get started, being as prepared as you will ensure you’re successful. […]
Your business’ life is going to go through a lot of stages. Before you started this venture, you might have been under the impression that it’s going to follow one, straight, and prosperous line – but this is, of course, far from the case.
A deadbeat worker is a nightmare for a boss. As well as calling in sick whenever he fancies, he’s the type of guy to be late, complain about everything, and slack off at every opportunity. From a productivity point of view, he’s killing the company because he’s not earning his salary. And, employment laws mean […]
Keeping your business running smoothly can be a challenge at the best of times, so you need to be keeping a close eye on certain areas of your business. We are not talking about departments such as marketing or research here. Instead, we are talking about a more broad scope of areas. In this article, […]
Anybody that thinks running a business is all fun and games is either lying or deluded. It’s inevitable that things will go wrong from time to time, and handling this is just another challenge that you need to master.
In order to be strong in business today, it’s important to remember the old adage: Jack of all trades, master of none. And even more important to finish the saying: But better than being a master of one.
Many people with experience working on non-profit and corporate boards can tell you how to spot a failing board: warring egos, poor coordination, and detachment from their organization’s interests are all-too-recognizable signs of a dysfunctional board.